What happened to Kaitlyn on Restaurant Impossible?

After being featured on an episode of the Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible,” Kaitlyn was enjoying life as a successful restauranteur. All that changed in December 2019 when Kaitlyn was seriously injured after her motorcycle was struck by an SUV in a hit-and-run accident.

Is Josephine’s from Restaurant Impossible still open?

Josephine’s is still open for carryout and delivery.

Who is Irvine’s wife?

Gail Kimm. 2012
Robert Irvine/Wife

What movie is Rosie’s diner in?

God Bless the Broken Road
1. God Bless the Broken Road (2018)

When did Rosies close?

Although the diner closed permanently in 2011, it has garnered something of a cult following over the years.

When did Restaurant Impossible go out of business?

According to the reality food show tracker Food Network Gossip, by 2018 100 of 140 Restaurant: Impossible locations had closed. The premiere season in 2011 really put the “impossible” in Restaurant: Impossible — all seven joints visited were out of business by 2015.

Why did the Restaurant Impossible close in Ri?

Now there are varying reasons why a restaurant closes — RI alum SiP put the onus directly on Groupon, which she says led to too many discounted meals and not enough profits, but when Robert Irvine and crew said impossible they meant impossible. In more recent years it appears the show’s rehabbed restaurants have fared much better.

Is the guy on Restaurant Impossible a good guy?

If you were a regular viewer of Restaurant: Impossible, or any of Irvine’s shows, you’d know that despite his intimidating stature and vociferous nature, he truly came off as a nice, caring guy who really wanted to save places.

Who are Greg and Janice on Food Network impossible?

Greg and Janice, the married owners of On The Bayou in Milwaukee, Wis., can’t stop fighting, and it’s destroying their restaurant and relationship, leaving them with nothing but debt and resentment. Robert Irvine must redefine their roles and rekindle their relationship to save their livelihood.