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A former client contacts Charles to help determine if he should invest in a failing California restaurant.
A woman notices numerous discrepancies with the catering company she uses to cater her art shows.
The owner of Harvey's Steakhouse in Huntington Beach, Calif., notices a decline in his restaurant's older customers.
The owner of Weiland Brewery in Los Angeles, contacts Mystery Diners after noticing discrepancies with his beer supply.
The owners of The Real Food Academy in Miami Shores, Fla., are concerned that their cooking instructors are going off curriculum.
The owners of Latin House in Miami suspect that someone at their offsite warehouse is giving away the recipes to their award-winning burgers.
The owner of Moreno's Cuba Cafe and Riviera Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla., believes his staff is sneaking friends into the hotel's free happy hour.
The general manager of Emerald Hills Golf Course in Hollywood, Fla. fields complaints about non-members playing for free.
The owner of Old Vinings Inn in Atlanta begins hearing rumors of unauthorized Civil War tours taking place inside his historical restaurant.
The owner of the Anchor Bar and Tattoo in Atlanta notices a drop in food and tattoo sales.
Father and son owners of the Star Cafe and Star Coaches in Atlanta are concerned about missing food in their kitchen and a rise in furl expenses on their tour buses.
The owners of Epic Rollertainment in Murrieta, Calif., contact Charles Stiles for help after noticing missing food and merchandise.
The owner of B-Man's Teriyaki and Burgers in Pasadena, Calif., becomes suspicious when he notices a drop in customers.
The owners of Supperclub in Los Angeles contact Charles Stiles for help after noticing lackluster dinner sales and a dip in bottle service.
An aspiring restaurateur asks Charles to investigate the Russian chef he plans to go into business with before he invests his life savings in a new Russian Mexican fusion restaurant
A meal delivery service owner contacts Charles for help after receiving several customer complaints about her service
The owner of Riemma Kitchen Warehouse, asks Charles Stiles for help after his customers find food inside the factory-sealed appliances they just purchased.
The owner of Smokin' Barrel in Hoboken, N.J., contacts Charles Stiles to investigate after noticing a decline in sales every holiday season.
In Brooklyn, N.Y., Vlane, the owner of Action Burger, contacts "Mystery Diners" after comic books go missing from his comic book-themed restaurant.
After hearing complaints about her valet service, Kitty contacts Charles Stiles for help; Daniel and Jamie go undercover to discover an unauthorized car washing service.
Manny of the Spanish Potato Grill in Brick, NJ. is concerned about vandalism at his new restaurant location, which is currently under construction.
Brother-sister owners of Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park, N.J. contact Charles Stiles after noticing a discrepancy in their lobster supply.
Charles Stiles and his undercover team investigates to see if horrifying accusations made against a boss are true.
Tony, the owner of Rivoli's in Tom's River, N.J., begins to believe that his new meat purveyor is selling him stolen goods.
The owner of Nashville Street Tacos and The Stillery in Nashville, believes his part-time apartment above his restaurant is being used while he's out of town.
Rose and Tom of Belcourt Taps in Nashville contact Charles for help after hearing rumors that their songwriting contest is rigged
Counting down the Top 10 biggest twists that surprised host Charles Stiles and the various restaurant owners who called for help.