Tonight on Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer and crew touch down in China Grove, Texas to rescue The China Grove Trading Post.
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As per the episode synopsis, The Trading Post is owned by a Texas couple on the brink of retirement that can’t stop enabling their belligerent daughter – Jon Taffer must get them to face facts.
More specifically, the bar is owned and operated by husband and wife team Raymond and Wendy Jenkins. That belligerent daughter mentioned in the synopsis is Maggen.
During the Bar Rescue makeover – which took place back in early June 2018 – Jon decided to change the name of The Trading Post to The Tipsy Bull.
Out Of Business
In October 2018, five months after the rescue, The Tipsy Bull went tipsy up and is no longer in business.
Mr. Jim’s Trading Post
The location is now the home of Mr. Jim’s Trading Post, which is owned and operated by a different husband and wife team: Jim and Sue Sutter.
A Closer Look
- Here are the Facebook pages for The Tipsy Bull, and The Trading Post (Both inactive).
- Despite being closed, you can still check out online reviews of The Tipsy Bull at Google Reviews and Yelp.
Google Street View of The Tipsy Bull (Closed)
Episode Teaser Video
Image – YouTube/Screengrab