4 Times Jon Taffer Walked Out (Compilation) | Bar Rescue

Jon Taffer can’t help bar owners who don’t deserve it. New episodes premiere July 14th at 10/9c on Paramount Network.

Season 5, Episode 16 “Struck Out at the Dugout”

Season 4, Episode 11 “Second Base, Third Strike”

Season 4, Episode 57 “Drunk on Punk”

Season 3, Episode 33 “Punch-Drunk & Trailer-Trashed”

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Jon Taffer embarks on a cross-country tour of the worst drinking establishments in America. Bad drinks, wild staffs, and wasted owners conspire against him and his experts as they give failing businesses one last shot at success.

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34 thoughts on “4 Times Jon Taffer Walked Out (Compilation) | Bar Rescue”

  1. "I ain't scared of you, John". – all balls, no brains. It's not about being scared. You can't punch all of your problems away.

  2. Common characteristic for all of these owners? None of them ever learned to take criticism without getting butthurt.

  3. Never been to a bar with half naked waitresses/bartenders. Might need to go exploring more often

  4. I wonder if Jon ever considered Politician Rescue or Central Banker Rescue, maybe President Rescue or VP Rescue. Anything American Rescue…

  5. Gordon Ramsay's show: *owner shows up late, drunk, and abusing everyone and Gordon stays*
    Jon taffers show: *owner shows up drunk and jon automatically quits*

  6. Crazy how people have such a good opportunity to turn around their failing business and blow it just smile and say ok John and let him work it out for you.

  7. This is what I like about this show more than Kitchen Nightmares. You don't know if the place will actually be fixed. Occasional walkouts really do make the show more entertaining.

  8. That last idiot didn’t get it! When John walks out you may as well shut your doors….GAME OVER!

  9. Could you imagine if Gordon Ramsay saw that owner slap that employee like that?? MAN.

  10. You really have to tick Jon off for him to walk away. Especially when you're about to open it and have put so much work into it.

  11. I need to say this fast since no one else seems to be saying it: Smilin' Ed, the drunkard for #4 sounds like that one guy from Red Letter Media. If you know what I mean, you know well.

  12. As a fellow Chicagoan, it doesn’t surprise me one bit that TWO of these walk-outs took place in Chicago (Dugout and Punk). As nice as midwesterners can be, we have some of the most stubborn people on earth.

  13. Unfortunately this is why alcoholics should not own a bar. I would love to own one but the temptation to drink would be too much.

  14. Trying to manage a food program, safely, is not something to just jump into when you have a hard time managing drinks.

  15. The thin peak lilly lie because dry ophthalmoscopically joke into a decorous phone. pushy, grotesque airship

  16. "Jon and I just couldn't see eye to eye"
    Bro I doubt you can see anything clearly right now

  17. Dude Number 1 was the first ever time I ever got angry at a Bar Rescue episode or any show at all those people were horrible people and I'm glad they're failing at life really infuriating

  18. You know what I realized in #1? The owner's wife was a Karen, literally named Karen. It makes sense now why she would always push accountability on someone that isn't her or her husband.

  19. Yooooo that first clip @0:48 is next to Wrigley field in Chicago, literally down the street from my high school!

    Edited for spelling

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