Copper Steer Steakhouse Makes It On Restaurant Impossible Show


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An Arizona restaurant made it onto television last week!

In a recent episode of Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and his team heading to the mining town of Safford, Arizona to try and turn things around at the Copper Steer Steakhouse.

The business is owned by a deputy U.S. marshal named Parrish and judicial assistant Maureen, who have been dreaming of a successful business but have found themselves in need of some help. The husband and wife duo welcomed the Restaurant: Impossible makeover that took place over the course of two days at the end of January.

Robert shared that the Copper Steer Steakhouse was in need of the biggest demolition in the show’s history.

For more information, please visit the official webpage of Restaurant: Impossible HERE

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