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Volunteers needed for Connecticut 'Restaurant Impossible'

WINDSOR, CT (WFSB) -

Connecticut residents can appear on the reality television show Restaurant Impossible.

The crew is in Windsor for the next few days to give The Windsor 75 Diner and Restaurant, which is located at 35 Poquonock Ave., a major makeover.

Celebrity chef and TV personality Robert Irvine and his crew will be fixing up the diner over the next few days.

On Tuesday, crews were unloading their equipment and preparing to start filming on Thursday.

In Restaurant Impossible, Irvine makes over a restaurant while only using a budget of $10,000.

The show is looking for diners who are willing to be part of the restaurant's grand reveal this Thursday. Anyone interested is asked to call 860-925-6256.

The big reveal of the new renovated restaurant will be on Friday.

Irvine has previously done a restoration at Pastori's in Ellington.

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