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When a restaurant owner suspects employees of not doing their jobs — whether it be stealing, lying, mistreating customers or generally doing lousy work — they call in the Mystery Diners. These Mystery Diners are undercover operatives who go into restaurants, bars and food-service establishments with hidden cameras to perform surveillance to find out what's really going on when the boss isn't around.
The owner of The Compass in Carlsbad, Calif., fears that a rivalry between her two flair bartenders is the cause of tension and missing alcohol.
The co-owners of Barrio Star in San Diego, have a dispute over which waiter they should promote to manager.
The owner of Devine Pastabilities in San diego, Calif., fears that someone is stealing from his restaurant.
The owner of 730 South in Denver, suspects that his regular customers have become too entitled.
The owners of the Toad Tavern in Littleton, Colo., worry that their son and his band mates are more focused on their musical aspirations than their jobs in the restaurant.
The owner of Slice Works in Denver, notices a decrease in delivery sales, and an increase in delivery complaints.
The owners of Indulge Bistro and Wine Bar in Colorado, notice discrepancies in their wine and cheese costs.
The owner of Rockabillies in Arvada, Colo., becomes concerned about a dip in sales, especially during his restaurant's summer vintage car show.
The owner of Black Rose Tavern in Los Angeles, fears that someone is taking advantage of her after noticing multiple register mistakes.
After purchasing Cafe Aldente in Studio City, Calif., the new owners believe previous employees are still practicing old policies.
The owners of Geppino's Sicilian Kitchen in Moorpark, Calif, hear customer complaints about stolen items.
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