Food Network Series “Restaurant Impossible” is making it possible
for a Southside restaurant to get the much-needed renovations it
series producers have called on volunteers to help in the rebuilding,
painting, decorating and cleaning of Josephine’s Cooking. The
Chatham soul food restaurant is co-owned by Josephine Wade and Victor
Love (mother and son team). Known as “Mother Wade,” part of 79th
street was designated to honor the woman who has spent decades of
working to better her community.
is the second time Josephine’s is getting some much-needed help.
Last year, thieves stole from the restaurant – taking its copper
wire from the electrical system.
Robert Irvine is hosting the latest episodes of Restaurant
Impossible, which originally aired from 2011 to 2016. New episodes
can be seen starting Saturday. The original show visited restaurants
in various locations including Copper Still in Crestwood, Zest Bistro
in Downers Grove, Angelo’s Restaurant in Woodstock and Valley Inn
in Palos Hills.
Despite getting help, both Zest Bistro and Angelo’s shut their doors.