Restaurant Impossible At Al’s Seafood In Essex, Maryland

Restaurant Impossible At Al’s Seafood In Essex, Maryland
Restaurant Impossible At Al’s Seafood In Essex, Maryland

On tonight’s episode of Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and crew are in Essex, Maryland to rescue Al’s Seafood.

The family business is operated by third-generation owners Chad Strzegowski and his sister Cara Strzegowski Hierholzer (Facebook page). Chad and Cara took over the business after the passing of their father Albert Louis Strzegowski Jr. back in December 2017 (Obituary).

As per the episode synopsis: “Robert Irvine comes to the rescue of a Maryland seafood restaurant that has been in the family for more than 60 years and is on the brink of closing its doors. Third-generation owner Chad and his sister, Cara, attempt to salvage what’s left of their family legacy, determined to keep alive the memory of their late parents and grandparents. With the finances in disarray, nonexistent leadership and a divide between the uninspired staff and stubborn management, Robert faces one of his toughest challenges to keep this family business afloat.”

Al’s Seafood (Facebook page) makeover happened back in June 2019.

Following the makeover, The Baltimore Sun’s dining reporter Christina Tkacik took a drive to Essex to put Al’s Seafood to the test.  You can also check out other online reviews of Al’s Seafood post-makeover at Google Reviews, Yelp, and Trip Advisor.

 

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Al’s Seafood Via Google Street View

 

Image – Twitter/Robert Irvine

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