DiSpirito came to the Harford Road restaurant to tape the show, which purports to fix the problems encountered by warring factions within a restaurant, back in late August.
The show literally divides the restaurant into side-by-side concepts, which are judged by what publicity materials describe as "real customers and real critics." Then, DiSpirito decides which concept the battling owners should stick with.
What exactly Maggie's Farm three owners -- husband-and-wife Andrew Weinzirl and Laura Marino, and business partner Matthew Weaver -- were supposedly at war over, and whether it was Weinzirl and Marino against Weaver, Weinzirl and Weaver against Marino or Marino and Weaver against Weinzirl, we can't tell you. The participants are not allowed to discuss details of the show.
The restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf are also scheduled to appear in the episode, although their roles are unclear.
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