You know things are going well in your town when national shows come to the area. Such is the case with Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue.” Know for breathing new life into existing establishments, the shows has chosen not one, but four Detroit area bars to “Rescue.”
More from the Detroit Free Press article.
“Bar Rescue” has been rehabbing in the Motor City.
Now in its fifth season, the Spike TV cable series works with bars and restaurants across the country to revamp their image, service and place of business.
The first of four metro Detroit episodes airs at 10 p.m. Sunday. It will feature the transformation of Hooch Bar and Grill into the more stylish and auto-centric Proving Ground Bar and Grill.
On the outside, the Dearborn Heights business — a small establishment tucked away on Telegraph Road just north of Powers Avenue — looks bare, despite a fresh paint job. Yet step inside and you’ll enter a mini Henry Ford museum, complete with car seats (yes, real car seats with seat buckles), old Ford blueprints and classic photos of Mr. Ford himself.
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