Tootie’s Texas Barbeque – Restaurant Impossible

We are to appear AGAIN on Restaurant Impossible. March 12, 2014 at 7 PM PST on Food Network Channel. We were surprised to see how much we were in the Mill Creek episode. Lets see if you can spot our green or blue shirts just as much.

Congratulations Tooties Texas BBQ. We are so excited for your team. Being a self enthused BBQ’er, My wife and I had to give your BBQ try. I had the half chicken, my wife had the bacon hamburger. We were both delighted and satisfied. Good food! We look forward to watching this episode of Restaurant Impossible with you.

Mill Creek Redlands Episode Set to Air on March 5th

The 1st project (Mill Creek Redlands) we did for a episode of Restaurant Impossible is set to air. “For those of you that don’t know, our episode of Restaurant Impossible is set to air March 5, 2014 at 7 PM PST!!! #excited #nervous,” Mill Creek posted on its Twitter feed at @MCRedlandsBBQ I also took note that Mill Creek is furthering their staffs knowledge with cooking classes posted on Facebook.

This was truly a great experience working with the design team and construction crew of Restaurant Impossible.  I was amazed with the surrounding communities  lending a hand and supplying equipment. Some of the volunteers knew the owner and expressed how great the owners of Mill Creek, this reflecting on their willingness to help with whatever they could. I would like to congratulate Mill Creek for their fantastic opportunity to reinvent their restaurant. I hope for continued success for your restaurant and staff.

We will be posting picture after the shows air.

Ewing Painting also did another Restaurant Impossible Episode (Tooties Texas BBQ in Cathedral City). We will update as soon as we know when that episode will air


Painting Table Tops For Tooties Texas BBQ ~ Cathedral City


We recently did a few projects for a show on The Food Network Channel called Restaurant Impossible. One of the episodes at Tootie Texas BBQ we painted the table tops with Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial . They were primed with  XIM bounding primer to insure adhesion. We then applied 2 coats of Pro Industrial Semi Gloss.

I was very impressed with the coverage of the red color, only taking 2 coats. Not like a solvent product, the Pro Industrial is a slow cure. The tables were ready to use less than 24 hours. This coating has a hard shell that is resistance to salt, food acids, and other hard chemicals. I also used this product on exterior steel structures at Beaumont High School as it has corrosion and rust inhibitors. This is a A+ product by Sherwin Williams.

I can not dispay the pictures of the finished product until the episode appears on The Food Network Channel. We will be updating our blog and on our Facebook Page with the upcoming shows and time.