Ocean Beach's Kaiserhof To Receive Food Network Overhaul

March 2, 2020

San Diego's four decades old Kaiserhof German American Restaurant will be the latest area eatery featured on Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible makeover show.

Since 2011, Chef Robert Irvine has been traveling around the country revamping restaurants for his Food Network program Restaurant: Impossible. Last year, the television show featured Rosie’s Cafe in Escondido and the Incredible Cafe in Rancho Bernardo, and just last month, the producers spearheaded a block party-style event that raised around $120,000 for Kaitlyn Rose "Rosie" Pilsbury, the owner of Rosie's Cafe who was the victim of a hit-and-run while riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle through Vista.

The next San Diego eatery to receive a documented renovation is Kaiserhof, a German restaurant that started in Mission Valley in 1980 before moving to Ocean Beach in the early '90s. The Restaurant Impossible crew will be in San Diego on March 17 and 18 with the goal of renovating Kaiserhof with a $10,000 budget. The show is currently seeking volunteers to be first to dine at the revamped Kaiserhof. Interested parties should send an email with subject line "1705 SD Reservations" containing the names of your party and contact information. There is currently no known date for when the episode featuring Kaiserhof will air.

Learn more about Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible by visiting foodnetwork.com/shows/restaurant-impossible.