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Adam's restaurant in Monroe, WA was recommended for Check, Please! by KCTS 9 viewer Denise Sakaki. We filmed at the restaurant in May. Enjoy some behind the scenes photos of the taping. Show will air on May 17, 2012.
Wow, that was so much fun! What a blast to go to all of the restaurants and get a birds eye view of such fine cuisine and then be able to talk about with some really fun people! Amy is a blast to work with and the show's producer Nicole Metcalf is such a gracious and cool person - love love love her! YOU'VE GOT TO WATCH THIS SHOW!!!
I am enjoying the program very much, having moved here from the San Francisco area where Check Please! Bay Area has been broadcasting for several years. One of the things they include in the restaurant summary is the average tab per person (excluding beverages). I found that ia good information.
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