October 25, 2013
A real-life look into the operation of three different restaurants documents the dedication of the three owners along with the food preparation process of each. A restaurant in a small town is widely renowned for its fried chicken and freshly baked pies, but it also serves as an unofficial community center. A few local residents even have their own door keys for entry. An upscale restaurant produces expensive food dishes with an artistic flair. A Mexican restaurant staffed only by family members offers enticing cuisine based on older family recipes. All the owners share a common passion for food quality and fully embrace the extended work hours required for the success of their restaurants.