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Friday, March 13, 2015

Caffe Positano in College Park is the latest victim of the ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ ambush treatment

Posted By on Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 3:59 PM

click to enlarge Robert Irvine is a little scary. - PHOTO VIA FOOD NETWORK
  • photo via Food Network
  • Robert Irvine is a little scary.

Establishment renovation television programs have the attention of many American TV watchers. One of the most popular programs of the genre, Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible, recently made a stop right in our neck of the woods. The show’s host, Robert Irvine, surprised College Park's Caffé Positano owners Denny and Gina Tornatore with a two-day complete makeover, overhauling the menu and restaurant space itself, right down to the name.

College Park's Community Paper reports that Caffé Positano reopens today as Tornatore’s Pizzeria. If you find yourself in the College Park area, be sure to take a peek at the new and improved spot (at 3818 Edgewater Drive) and catch their Restaurant: Impossible episode airing May 5. 

Denny Tornatore is not afraid of fire. - PHOTO VIA CAFFE POSITANO
  • photo via Caffe Positano
  • Denny Tornatore is not afraid of fire.

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