The popular reality show “Restaurant: Impossible Ambush” revamped SiP Bistro, a European-style bistro, in Holly Springs in February. The episode aired on April 13. Volunteers helped transform the restaurant’s decor, while Chef Robert Irvine changed the menu and helped owners Sarah and Justin Hummell with their relationship.
The popular reality show “Restaurant: Impossible Ambush” revamped SiP Bistro, a European-style bistro, in Holly Springs in February. The episode aired on April 13. Volunteers helped transform the restaurant’s decor, while Chef Robert Irvine changed the menu and helped owners Sarah and Justin Hummell with their relationship. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
The popular reality show “Restaurant: Impossible Ambush” revamped SiP Bistro, a European-style bistro, in Holly Springs in February. The episode aired on April 13. Volunteers helped transform the restaurant’s decor, while Chef Robert Irvine changed the menu and helped owners Sarah and Justin Hummell with their relationship. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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