On tonight’s episode of Restaurant Impossible, Robert Irvine and his crew are in Alexandria, Va., to save the Foxfire Grill.
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The Foxfire Grill features American cuisine and is owned and operated by owners Terri Fox and chef Jacki Coppage. Tonight’s episode “New Roles, New Results” was filmed back in September, 2019.
According to the episode synopsis, “Robert Irvine comes to the rescue of Foxfire Grill in Alexandria, Va., where the owners, Terri and Jackie, simply can’t figure out why they aren’t making money. Their restaurant has a good location, they’re smart, and they work hard. So what gives? If Robert can’t identify and solve the problem, they’ll have no choice but to close.”
Who is tuning in tomorrow night for the All new episode of #RestaurantImpossible? 9p ET on @foodnetwork. pic.twitter.com/8miWwRrOjc
— Robert Irvine (@RobertIrvine) January 22, 2020
A popular local blog reported the following on September 27, 2019 – a few days after the Restaurant Impossible makeover was completed:
“Irvine’s crew and the volunteers installed new seating, ceiling, lighting. The walls were painted and the booths were reconfigured. There’s a new mural and a “Foxfire” sign in lights on the ceiling. The general layout of the restaurant was not changed, however.”
Check out the new Foxfire Grill.
Posted by The Annandale, VA, blog on Friday, September 27, 2019
A Closer Look
- Here’s the Foxfire Grill website and Facebook page.
- The restaurant is hosting a reservation-only watch party for the episode premiere on Food Network.
- You can check out online reviews of the Foxfire Grill since the makeover via Google Reviews, Yelp, and Trip Advisor.
Foxfire Grill via Google Street View
Image – Facebook