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Casual Tap in Portage Park gets a "Bar Rescue" makeover on an episode of the Spike CORONAVIRUS IN ILLINOIS UPDATES Casual Tap owner Steve Magana explains some of the Portage Park bar's woes on a.


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Unfortunately, The Casual Tap does not appear to have reopened. The bar was closed before Bar Rescue visited, and remains closed long after.


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This past Sunday we got the glorious return of "Bar Rescue". That's right, Jon Taffer and crew are back to save some failing bars. I hadn't realized.


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Oct 27, - The Casual Tap Before Bar Rescue This episode of Bar Rescue starts with an interesting clip – Jon Taffer and an expert pull up to the front of The​.


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With Jon Taffer, P.J. King. In a Bar Rescue first, Jon must resurrect a closed neighborhood bar by reigniting the passion of the burnt-out firefighter who owns it​.


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Casual Tap closed in September The bar was closed at the time of the visit and failed to reopen after Jon's visit. Paddy's Pub was renamed to Pat's.


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The Casual Tap Before Bar Rescue This episode of Bar Rescue starts with an interesting clip – Jon Taffer and an expert pull up to the front of The Casual Tap.


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Casual Tap Remains Closed. Despite undergoing the Bar Rescue makeover several months ago, the Casual Tap never reopened for regular.


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The owner released a YouTube video called "Piratz Revenge", showing the "Corporate" sign created by Taffer's team being shot at and burned in effigy. In a "Back to the Bar" episode, the owners made amends with Taffer and announce that they plan to open a new bar, Bar Refuge, within the next year in Florida. Jon refused to involve himself with, or risk his reputation, for people with such a lack of morals and professionalism. Despite this, data shows that over half the bars featured, 92 of the first featured through the midway point of season 6, have remained open, with the remaining 74 unable to overcome their challenges. Jon found this ludicrous since Dave couldn't even run a bar right. The surveillance involves hidden cameras, pre-installed with the owner's consent, through which Taffer and his team watch the kitchen and customer service areas. In addition, LABrewCo's liquor license had been suspended and the business was put up for sale. The bar owner opted to close the bar rather than bring his building up to code. Jon did, however, promise to assist Second Base's staff in finding new jobs. In the end, Taffer only showed the staff the newly dubbed "Press Box" and left the next move up to them. At one point Gary became so agitated he pushed down a retaining wall. Taffer of their decision, "If you had a pirate concept that had failed for five years and had a new concept, would you go back to the concept that failed for five years or try something new? Owner Dave refused to accept any changes to the building, drink menu, or music choices. At first Gary, who was promoted to manager at the end of "Bikini Bust", appeared to be at fault because he did not seem to do his job and blamed successful bars nearby for stealing customers. The pirate-themed Piratz Tavern in Silver Spring, Maryland , which had been rebranded Corporate Bar and Grill by Taffer, reversed all of the changes Taffer made to the bar shortly after their episode was filmed. Not wanting a bar, Ed refused to take advantage of the massive potential profit: the bar was across from Wrigley Field. Angry, disgusted and disappointed because one of his favorite bar concepts ever had been ruined, Jon called Terry a slime bucket and departed. Drink and food sales were unimproved, although Matt displayed promise by removing a regular who acted inappropriately toward a female spy. Murphys was sold by the owners shortly after the makeover, becoming a Mexican restaurant. An incensed Matt yelled at Syck while the latter gave his final thoughts. Karen blamed security guard Syck, one of the bar's only decent people, for shortcomings. In one of Bar Rescue's most infamous moments, Matt and Karen responded to a staff member fight by firing the victim, bartender Cerissa, instead of its instigator, manager Amanda, as Jon demanded , because they liked Amanda more. It was announced that the remaining episodes for season 4 would air beginning Sunday, June 21, In May , Taffer announced season 5, with at least 20 episodes, on his Facebook page, [10] with an update from Spike, issued in July , that they had increased the fifth season to a total of 30 episodes. A typical episode begins with Taffer's team performing reconnaissance and surveillance on a struggling bar to determine its operational and service weaknesses. It defies logic that someone would go back to a failed concept just because they don't like the new name. This frustrated his staff to no end and his constant drinking and attitude made him no shortage of enemies. The insulted bassist departed from the episode. Instead of finding fault with Escalante's knowledge or logic, Dave chose to respond with a personal attack. He displayed an immense ego, going so far as to insult customers who criticized the music along with Jon and mixologist Phil Wills. He uses market research , technological tools, and partner companies to scientifically measure the bar's performance. Syck was later fired and Amanda rehired. Taffer's redesign of baseball-themed bar The Dugout, across the street from Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois , resulted in a series first: Taffer redesigned the bar, but didn't hold a grand reopening. The Rocky Point Cantina in Tempe, Arizona , closed after a repaint of the bar triggered a code inspection, which uncovered years of modifications to the building that had been completed without building permits. Every attempt by Taffer and his experts to get through to Ed failed miserably, as he would barely react, let alone show emotion, earning him the nickname "Smiling Ed". Their treatment of customers was little better. After the overhauled bar often re-branded with a completely new name or a variation of the old one is unveiled, Taffer takes the owners and staff on a tour to point out its new features. He sneered at Phil's attempt to prepare a fruit-based drink menu that sold well at other music-themed bars. The experts put the staff through a second, more extensive phase of training, overhauling the menu to fit the new concept. The owner, Ed, previously owned the building while the bar was owned by a tenant. He would only play punk rock, deeming anything else as "selling out. He refused to listen to criticism and badmouthed Jon and his expert Lisamarie Joyce. After discussing the stress test's results with owners and staff, Taffer meets with his experts to begin devising a new concept for the bar. As of now, the bar is still open. Matt showed no remorse. The series is from The Biggest Loser producers J. The bars featured on the show are already in dire financial and operational situations by the time Taffer intervenes, posting a significant challenge to a turnaround. The only change Dave was interested in was the addition of a kitchen. Terry now claimed his new bar lacked enough success to support Second Base and refused. Within a week of the revisited episode's premiere, however, Piratz decided to close its doors for good. They also appeared alongside their daughter in the episode "Getting Freaky at the Tikis" as recon spies for The Tiki Lounge. He then introduces himself to the owner s and staff to discuss his findings, and to describe the changes he believes should be made management, customer service, cleanliness, etc. The owners, Matt and Karen, named the bar after a vulgar expression and engaged in terrible behavior to their staff. During the grand re-opening, he observes the overall improvement as a large crowd again packs the bar. After an abysmal stress test, they wasted still more time by bickering and family drama. Yet another memorable scene showed the staff and owners occupied with arguing in the backroom instead of training, while Jon and his experts waited in vain at the bar. Dave's bar was filthy and he proved more of a hindrance than help during Stress Test.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Roth and Todd A. He also examines the bar's financial records to find possible cost savings. Piratz was revisited as part of the April 5, episode, in which Taffer grades the bar an "epic fail", and the owner sought a second rescue. An epilogue segment describes the changes in the bar's success or failure since the re-opening, through a combination of text and interviews with the owners and staff. Terry invested all of Second Base's funds into a supposedly more successful new bar instead of making improvements or even covering basic operating expenses for Second Base. On May 2, , the series was renewed for a seventh season with 12 episodes. He refused to rescue their bar and walked out. Jon was infuriated and almost left on the spot. Instead Jon discovered that owner Terry didn't give his staff tools or funds required to operate his bar, constantly replaced old bartenders with new ones he didn't even meet and abandoned Jon's menu and uniform changes. Jon's second walkout occurred in the season 4 "Second Base, Third Strike" episode. Taffer's most expensive rescue also resulted in his biggest failure. After the initial training, Taffer puts the bar through a "stress test" similar to a soft opening , inviting in a large crowd of patrons in order to determine how well the staff can use their newly learned skills to deal with the pressure of a busy night. Jon, with his characteristic insistence on owner responsibility, had no intentions of cooperating with this notion. A sixth season was announced with a March 11, start date. In a follow-up episode of "Back to the Bar", Jon learned that the bar's owners had remodeled it, but its negative depiction and dreadful brand identity were unchanged. Deep-cleaning and structural work are performed when necessary. The Vandals bassist Joe Escalante , who acted as a recon spy, pointed out that as much as he himself loved punk rock, it was a specialized genre unlikely to keep a bar in business by itself. He also still shows little interest in saving the bar and no gratitude towards Bar Rescue. Matt refused to give customers the recipe to their signature O'Gasm shot and bartender Dave was irresponsible with fire. Karen also had a drinking problem and carried her own bell to ring when she wanted more alcohol. The show premiered on what was then known as Spike in the United States on July 17, A spin-off series titled Marriage Rescue premiered on June 2, Bar owners submit an application via the Paramount Network website to have their failing establishment "rescued" by Taffer and his team of experts. Season 2's J. Spike announced picking up 10 episodes of Bar Rescue in January The show began shooting in April Season 3 of the show premiered on February 10, On May 30, , Taffer announced on his Facebook page that he finished shooting season 4. Despite this he still expected Jon to come in and save his bar again without personal effort. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Bar Rescue is an American reality television series that airs on Paramount Network. She had a lousy attitude, refused to accept personal responsibility and habitually blamed Matt, who in turn berated anyone who snapped at her. The entire staff drank at work, but not to the extremes Karen displayed. It stars Jon Taffer , a long-time food and beverage industry consultant specializing in nightclubs , bars , and pubs , who offers his professional expertise plus renovations and equipment to desperately failing bars in order to save them from closing. Once this phase is complete, Taffer closes the bar for a few days so that construction crews can redesign the interior. When Ed showed up drunk, several staff members quit and Taffer left. Nearly half the bars featured, 74 of the first featured through the midway point of season 6, were unable to overcome their challenges. Four months after the rescue, the brewing system was discovered to have never been used, the self-serve tap was disconnected, and the owner had reverted changes to the bar taps and the menu. The owners made amends by firing Amanda and apologizing to Cerissa, but this cost a day of training. He mocked Escalante's "grandpa sweater" and implied that the year veteran of the punk scene was too old to "get" punk. Jon had to go in the back room, break up the fight and list each action that resulted in his decision to declare their bar unworthy of rescue. The final straw for Jon was his background check of the staff, which exposed evidence of criminal acts, a video of Matt slapping Dave and offering Syck a raise to throw him through a window. After months of no rent paid, Ed evicted the owner and took over.