Her husband made the enterprise his personal, and Guerrero-Salazar deliberate on protecting it the way in which he left it.
“He liked the restaurant, that’s why I haven’t modified something,” Guerrero-Salazar mentioned within the episode.
Guerrero-Salazar began cooking after her husband died, and Irvine inspired her to get out of the kitchen and make adjustments to the enterprise that might preserve it open.
After some resistance, she accepted the suggestions Irvine made, and the restaurant and TV present employees reworked the eating room and Irvine revamped the menu.
Workers threw out torn and taped-up sales space cushions, and changed a darkish mural on the wall with hand-painted blue, yellow and pink flowers. New seating, lighting fixtures and ceiling panels had been added, together with a framed photograph of Salazar that accomplished the rework.
Restaurant designers included some private touches to the inside décor, including softer colours and painted butterflies to the purple lettering of a “Viva Mexico” signal. Guerrero-Salazar believes her husband visits her residence within the type of a butterfly each summer time.
“After Luis handed away, he comes yearly and he lets me get actual near him, I even contact him,” Guerrero-Salazar advised Irvine. “I pet him, as a result of I really feel like someway it’s an indication and he’s like, ‘hey, I’m right here.’”