SPIKE TV'S HIT ORIGINAL SERIES "BAR RESCUE" RETURNS WITH NEW EPISODES SUNDAY, JUNE 21 AT 9:00PM ET/PT
"Bar Rescue" is back with more all new episodes featuring bars across America in dire need of one last shot at success.
The fourth season continues when Jon Taffer goes to San Francisco, and attempts to rescue Park 77, a struggling family business being run into the ground by an immature family member who has trouble not drinking the inventory - or giving it away. Taffer tries to clean up this family business's "pornographic" past, and keep this dive bar from falling too far in debt.
"Bar Rescue" will also feature bars in Reno, NV, Portland, OR, and San Diego, CA throughout the rest of the season.
About "Bar Rescue"
"Bar Rescue," produced by 3 Ball Entertainment ("Catch a Contractor," "Extreme Weight Loss"), returns Sunday, June 21at 9:00pm ET/PT as the fourth season continues with world-renowned bar and nightlife expert, Jon Taffer giving failing establishments one last shot at success. Spike TV's popular original series follows Taffer as he wields his three decades of experience in the restaurant, bar and nightclub business to help give failing bars nationwide one last chance to transform themselves into profitable businesses. This season, Taffer has already rescued bars in New York, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chicago, New Jersey, Miami, and will continue to rescue businesses in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, and San Diego.
Spike TV has also released the series' first ever DVD, "Bar Rescue: Toughest Rescues."
This special DVD is now available for purchase in stores and online. "Bar Rescue: Toughest Rescues" features favorite episodes from the first three seasons of "Bar Rescue," including challenging rescues at The Bone (formerly Chicken Bone in Boston, MA), Spirits on Bourbon (formerly Turtle Bay in New Orleans, LA), BARcode (formerly RG's Lounge in Kansas City, MO), and Sorties Tavern (formerly O'Banion's Bar and Grill in Bellevue, NE). Bonus content on the DVD will include "Taffer's Top 10: Most Disgusting Bars," which takes a look at the bars with the worst hygiene issues in "Bar Rescue" history.