Couldn’t change it to Coleman’s restaurant; Food Network is coming to Coleman

Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” spins at Leah’s Korner Kafe in Coleman and invites Midland County to be a part of the show.

The series, hosted by chef Robert Irvine, offers the opportunity to reserve a table for lunch when it shoots in Coleman at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 13. Residents can also participate in the grand reopening at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14. .

According to the Food Network, “Restaurant: Impossible” and Irvine are helping restaurants that face “imminent demise if things don’t improve.” The salon is budgeting $10,000 and working on-site for two days to update the menu, train staff and make aesthetic changes to the restaurant’s interior ahead of its grand reopening.

The producers also invite members of the community to help with the behind-the-scenes work. The first shift is at 1 p.m. on June 13 and the second shift is at 10:30 a.m. on June 14.

“We need motivated helpers, and we always appreciate those who are skilled or skilled in painting, crafting, building, remodeling, cleaning, decorating or upholstering,” according to the show’s producers.

Helpers must be 18 years old. These are paid positions. Selected workers are subject to a COVID-19 test. Masks are mandatory.

If you would like to help, email [email protected] by noon June 8. Include your full name, email address, mobile number, and describe your expertise (plumber, painter, construction). Use the subject line of the email: “2018 / LEAH’S KORNER KAFE Volunteer”.

You can also pop in for lunch at the cafe or be one of the first customers to dine and see the newly renovated space. If you would like to make a reservation at Leah’s Korner Kafe, email [email protected] by noon June 8. Include the following in your subject line: “2018 / LEAH’S KORNER KAFE RESERVATIONS”. Include your contact details – full name, email address, mobile number – how many people are in your party and the names of people joining you.

The production will cover the cost of the lunch meal but will not cover the cost of the grand reopening meal – diners will be responsible for paying their bills. Reservations are first come, first served by email. If you are selected, you will receive a confirmation email close to the dinner date. The show does not allow guests under the age of 8.

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