Food Network’s ‘Dinner: Impossible’ Coming to Loyd Have Mercy in Titusville Jan. 22

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the public is invited during the Dinner: Impossible visit on January 22

“Dinner: Impossible” a program broadcast by the Food Network and hosted by Robert Irvine, will be at Loyd Have Mercy, located at 3434 S. Washington Avenue in Titusville, for their grand re-opening on Wednesday, January 22 at 7 p.m.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – “Dinner: Impossible” a program broadcast by the Food Network and hosted by Robert Irvine, will be at Loyd Have Mercy, located at 3434 S. Washington Avenue in Titusville, for their grand re-opening on Wednesday, January 22 at 7 p.m.

Established in 2008 by Dr. Andrew Loyd, Pastor of Greater Glory Life Center in Orlando, Loyd Have Mercy is a dining experience offering guests a variety of dishes including homestyle cooking, seafood and barbecue.

Restaurant: Impossible’s challenge is to save America’s most desperate restaurants from impending failure in just two days with only $10,000.

With its name and other elements suggesting the 1960s television series Mission: Impossible, the program explores whether a multi-course meal for a large group can be prepared by the chef and his team with limited resources, no advance planning and in a fixed period.

In a scene echoing the opening sequence of Mission: Impossible, each episode opens with the chef receiving his assignment, detailing where, for whom, in how long and under what conditions he must prepare the week’s meal. From this point forward, a countdown timer is periodically shown, displaying the amount of time remaining.

Robert Irvine is an English celebrity chef and talk show host who has appeared on and hosted a variety of Food Network programs including Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America, Restaurant: Impossible, A Hero’s Welcome, Operation Restaurant, All-Star Academy, Guy’s Grocery Games, Chopped: Impossible and Restaurant Express

The public is invited to eat during the Dinner: Impossible visit on January 22 and be one of the first patrons to see the newly renovated space.

If you are interested in making a reservation at Loyd Have Mercy for their grand re-opening, email the Restaurant: Impossible production at volunteer@restaurantimpossiblevolunteers.com by January 17 at 3 p.m., and include “1613 LHM RESERVATIONS” in the subject line.

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In your email include your contact information, including full name, email address and cell number; your party size, including the number of people at your table; and the names of the attendees in your party.

This event is first come first serve by email and the producers do not guarantee everyone who responds will get a table. If you are selected, you will receive a confirmation email close to the date of the dinner and please note you will be responsible for paying your own bill.

Established in 2008 by Dr. Andrew Loyd, Pastor of Greater Glory Life Center in Orlando, Loyd Have Mercy is a dining experience offering guests a variety of dishes including homestyle cooking, seafood and barbecue.

PRODUCERS SEEKING CONSTRUCTION VOLUNTEERS

Dinner: Impossible producers are seeking enthusiastic individuals that would love to work with Irvine and his renovation team as design and construction volunteers on the show.

Volunteers may be any licensed or certified individuals in painting, crafting, constructing, remodeling, cleaning and decorating.

“We are always looking for skilled contractors, electricians, plumbers, upholsters and painters to help out and donate their time but we welcome all skill sets and skill levels always,” said Dinner: Impossible Associate Producer Allyson Kircher.

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The volunteer schedule is: Shift #1 – Tuesday, January 21, 12 noon to 7 p.m.; Shift #2 – Tuesday, January 21: 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Shift #3 – Wednesday, January 22: 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Kircher said that the producers are only interested in volunteers, however, meals will be provided. You must be 18 years or older to volunteer.

If you are interested in volunteering, email volunteer@restaurantimpossiblevolunteers.com by January 17 at 3 p.m. Anyone who replies to volunteer is guaranteed a spot and confirmation emails will be sent the day before each day you intend on volunteering.

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