#141 Courtney Hazlett Creator of Hit Netflix Show “Restaurants on the Edge” Talks About the Food Industry During Covid, Creation of the Show and More.

In Marta on the Move by MartaLeave a Comment

Welcome Courtney Hazlett to the show! She is the creator of “Restaurants on the Edge” on Netflix. If you are in full binge mode and also dreaming of your next vacation, this episode is for you.

“Restaurants on the Edge” takes you to restaurants around the world that need a facelift in a popular location, and steps in to help them reimagine their restaurant. There is two seasons of the show and hoping for a third!

We chat about the creation of the show and how Courtney came up with the idea to pitch to Netflix. Also how she built the perfect crew to compliment the vibe of the show.

We also talk about the state of the industry right now in the food service world. Talking about the comfort level of going out to eat, and what that means for restaurants and take out in the industry. From my families company Aldo’s Foods Inc in Pittsburgh to the tiniest of restaurants around the world, we are all being effected by this situation. Courtney and I talk about our opinions on what restaurants and take out places can do to survive during this time and hopefully thrive.

Courtney talks about how hopefully the show will inspire folks to step outside their comfort zone, and whenever this lifts for all of us (because it will!), and book a trip to visit one of these places. Check out the show and let’s hope for a season 3!

This episode is brought to you by our friends over at Natrona Bottling makers of Red Ribbon Soda!

“Natrona Bottling Company, makers of Red Ribbon Sodas, Red Ribbon Mixers and Jamaicas Finest Ginger Beer, has been serving the Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh for 116 years. Coming from a time when every small community across the country had their own soda pop shop to call their own, we are one of only a few left that make our beverages the way pop was meant to be made. We produce our beverages with only cane sugar, the same bottling equipment (which is now antique) and a carbonation
process called “pinpoint carbonation”. This old school process, which utilizes dry ice to create our bubbles instead of a manufactured co2, gives our sodas a small fine champagne like bubble that gently dance across your pallet with every sip. We are the last in the country to use this traditional process to continue to present you with a true authentic representation of what soda pop is supposed to taste like.

Sponsored by Natrona Bottling Company

Stay Refreshed, Stay Satisfied and Stay Happy. Drink Red Ribbon.
Sincerely,
Vito Gerasole
Natrona Bottling Company
CEO”

 

 


Check out this episode!