Are You Ready for Season Three of "Bar Rescue"?

You have waited long enough! Mark your calendars and get your TiVo ready for the highly anticipated return of Spike TV’s hit show “Bar Rescue” on Sunday, February 10 at 9:00PM.

Host and Co-executive producer Jon Taffer will resume his mission to overhaul struggling bars nationwide. And take it from me, who has behind the scenes insight of each shoot, this season will be one for the books.

Each episode gives a failing establishment one last chance to transform themselves into a vibrant profitable business. But these profits don’t come easy. Taffer pulls no punches and values bottom lines over hurt feelings when it comes to the success of an establishment. Sure to ruffle some feathers along the way, Taffer and his team of experts hit the road making stops in cities all over the country.

“The debut episode features Taffer and his crew of experts trying to save Turtle Bay on New Orleans' iconic Bourbon Street. After years of disrepair, mismanagement, and a prolonged legal battle with a neighboring bar, despite tremendous amounts of foot traffic, the bar has fallen on hard times and risks shuttering its windows. Taffer must find a way to make Turtle Bay stand out on one of the most densely packed streets in the world in terms of drinking establishments, and save the bar from big trouble in the Big Easy” says a representative from Spike TV. 

After each episode Nightclub & Bar will give you an exclusive behind the scenes look at each and every episode. Everything from On Locations Blogs (written at each shoot) to Step-by-Step Turnaround Tactics, Episode Recaps to Taffer’s Tool Box, you will get everything you need at

Don’t forget to refresh your memory before the launch of season three by taking a look at all the insider information from you favorite episodes from season one and two.


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