字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (upbeat music) - Oh my god. - Yes. - [Man] The color made such a huge difference. - I know! Look at the sign. - [Man] Legendary. - I love it. - I like it. Oh my God. - We did the window too. - I'm very grateful that Johnny kept the name. I know how important it is to my customers. Champagnes has had a lot of names over the years but this is the one that stuck for a very long time. And I think everybody's gonna be happy with it. - [John] What do you think I'm loving it? - [Greg] I'm loving it. I'm loving it. - Look at the sign. Legendary since 1966. This bar has had five different names really over the years, but it's been Champagnes for 20 years. And that 20 years is really important. Even the awnings were historic to me. So I was extremely respectful by keeping the outside the same. It gave me the creative space to make the inside different. - I'm scared. (laughs) - Are you ready to see it? - Yes. - Go! - Oh gosh. - Yes. Wallpaper. - [Lady] Wow. I love it. - Wow look at these booths. Oh my god, yes. - Look at what they did. - Oh my god. - [Greg] Legendary. 1966. - [Lady] Oh that's cool. - This is so good. This is so nice, oh my god. Where did these come from? - The blueprints for this place that people have been looking for for years, I have no idea where John found them. The previous owner told me he'd been looking for them and he couldn't find them. As far as we knew all these records were destroyed. Nobody's gonna come in here and say they ruined Champagnes. - No. - Everybody that thought that John Taffer was gonna ruin this bar were so wrong. I think the naysayers are gonna be yaysayers. It's just pretty awesome. - Well, what do you think? - Absolutely love it. - There's a lot going on. Sit down and we'll tell you all about it. (upbeat rock music) I didn't only keep the wallpaper I made it the centerpiece. Look in the back wall. Look at the gold trim around the sconces, and the black color in those insert panels. All of that was designed to make the wallpaper pop. And doesn't the wallpaper look better than it did before? - It does. - It does. - I restored it and made it a centerpiece. And then I got vintage chairs that I recovered so that they would fit back into the age. This wasn't about just remodeling it, this was all about respect. Right down to the blueprints, on the back wall, that were the original blueprints of this building. So when you look at those plans, you'll see how respectful the history we were. That is a picture spot. And I want people to stand there under that Champagne sign in front of that wallpaper and send it out on the internet that you are legendary. It's right there in a snapshot. You now have three complete workstations with three To Touch POS systems. And you can really function now on a Friday, Saturday night when you're packed. And I'm really proud for the city of Las Vegas that Champagne's (mumbles) for another journey. - Beautiful. - [John] So let's do this. Okay? - All right. - Oh my god. Looks good, looks good. - Hi mom. Doesn't it look so much better? - Yeah. I'm feeling more like I'm back in time. (crowd cheers) - [Man] Derby's Bar and Grill. (screams) - Derby's. What are we talking about? Roller Derby. Although there's a lot of nostalgia for the roller rink in this community. I needed to create a bar that could stand on its own as a separate business. This Derby concept will get new customers in the door. And at the same time, honor the rinks importance to the community. The sign is placed there so we do have visibility from the street. What do ya think, Jesse? - It's amazing. The community deserves this. My staff deserves this. I'm proud to be the owner of Derby's Bar and Grill. - There's really only one thing left to do. Do you guys wanna see it? - Yes! (crowd cheers) Oh my god! - Look at the bar. - Look at the bar. - [Man] Penalty box, yeah. - [Lady] Look at the roller skates. - [John] Do you like your bar? - [Lady] Oh we love it. - There's actually a lot of little things going on, come over to the bar, let me show ya. The first thing that I did is I got all historic photographs roller derby to give it some authenticity. I turned that into a penalty box up there. Which is in essence, a place that you could sell for bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, and just use that as a little private area. Each workstation has its own To Touch POS system which is fast. There's a printer in the kitchen. So all the items print up with the stool number, the table number. So we know where it goes. I got Fund a Group to give you all new bar tools, everything that you need to be successful behind the bar. I also wanted to make sure that we sold nothing is over $5 in this bar. The median household income level was 27,000 a year. Poverty is 22. So I wanted to provide value at low prices so we could compete with the national brands in the community. Guys, we've got a bar to open. We've got about 200 people standing out there. Ready to do this? - [Lady] Yes! - All right, tonight, we make money. - Yeah! (group applauds) - Oh wow! - Look at this. It's beautiful. And the new sign. I love it. - It's incredible. (people talking over each other) - I'm so glad that John chose to keep the names of Tradewinds. - The brand, the Tradewinds has been here since 1965. I wanna put that out front. I want everybody to know that right from the get go. The Tradewinds is an outpost in the tropics somewhere. Is what the concept is. Now think of what happened when I got here. The Tradewinds didn't mean anything. - No. - You were lost. Correct? Now that I got to know you, Chase, you're a really good guy and look at you, man. That's a guy who cares. - I got the haircut to change the attitude. I wanna show Dan, Eric, everybody that, I mean business. - There's only one thing left to do guys. - Let's check out the inside! (crowd cheers) - Go ahead. - Yes, woohoo! (laughs) - Oh my god. - Look how bright and beautiful it is in here. (upbeat rock music) - Oh my god! - Oh my god! And we have real tables. - It's cold in here. We actually have something that works. - I mean, do you not feel like you're on a cruise ship? - I feel like I'm on the beach. - Walk in here I'm thinking comfortable, tropic, I think the college kids are gonna crazy for this. - What do you think? - Miracle worker. - Do you like it? Let me show you everything. There's actually a lot going on, come over to the bar, guys. So we took the old brand and gave it a new identity. We have storms in a video system going, and we have maps around the room, two To Touch POS systems that are set up for speed. And the credit cards work. And a third To Touch POS system around the corner, a printer in the kitchen with table numbers, bar stool numbers. - Yes. - So there's no more confusion, Dan. But my real challenge was your draft beer system. It sucked, guys. - Beyond. - So now we're at temperature beers coming out of 39 degrees. There's no foam. We fixed the system completely. But I also wanted to give us something that was uniquely ours. I wanted something that would add excitement three or four times a night at the push of a button. Lightening storm mode. (laughs) There's a lightening storm. (crowd cheers) And we sell some cocktails. And at that moment, we feature a signature cocktail to drive sales. You're with me? - Yes! - You like that? - I like it a lot. This is cool. - You guys ready to do this? - We are! - We're ready. - Let's make this money. - Oh my god! - Whoa (laughs). It's still like it used to be. - When I turned around, it was like stepping back into time especially with them colors, I'm waiting for pop to come walking out that door. - Thank you! Oh my goodness, this is wonderful. - I wanted to recreate the bar that Sam built. I kept the outside colors the same. Kept the original sign, recreating Sam's vision, not changing it. I took the white arches made them black because the white letters now pop more. You see his name? - Exactly. - I have one more thing that I want you to see.