Get ready Windsor. Celebrity chef and tv personality Robert Irvine is coming back to Connecticut to fix up an ailing restaurant in your area for an episode of his “Restaurant Impossible.”
The lucky place? The Windsor 75 Diner and Restaurant.
And the show is looking for diners who will be willing to be part of the restaurant’s grand reveal on Aug. 8.
In case you never saw the show, Irvine and a crew go around the country doing mega make-overs of restaurants in need, addressing everything from menu to decor with a $10,000 budget. Other Connecticut restaurants that have been featured on Irvine’s show on The Food Network include Pastori’s in Ellington.
Preparation for the makeover begins Aug. 6.
“The Windsor 75 Diner and Restaurant offers Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with a variety of special items such as Eggs Benedict, Belgium Waffles, Yogurt & Fresh Fruit Parfait, Burgers, Veggie Burgers, Gyros, Reubens and Craisin Walnut Salad,” its website notes. “Besides our Daily Specials, we serve house made lasagna, seafood, pork chops and steaks. Enjoy a glass of beer, wine or martini with your meal. Tiramisu, chocolate cake, and carrot cake are among our specialty desserts to top off your dinner.”
Am guessing that will be changing once Irvine is done!
The restaurant is located at 35 Poquonock Ave.
Those Interested in reservations for the grand reopening should call 860-925-6256 by Monday.