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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 55 Degree Wine and Link-n-Hops in Los Angeles, believe discrepancies at both his wine shop and restaurant are somehow related.
The owner of Cookin' With Lenny Smokehouse in Los Angeles, fears that someone on his staff is using restaurant supplies to operate a competing catering company.
The owners of Fenders Moto Cafe and Brew Pub in Portland, Ore., notice some of their valuable motorcycle memorabilia has gone missing.
Ghaith and Tiffany, the owners of Dar Salam in Portland, Ore, notice a discrepancy in supplies and gear their competition may be the culprit.
The owner of Uptown Billiards believes the social media expert he hired to promote his restaurant isn't doing his job and mystery diner Amber steps in with an interesting discovery.
The owner of Tavern on Main outside of Los Angeles, fears someone on his staff is stealing donations from his restaurtant's annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Rod and Linda, owners of a la carts Food Pavilion in Portland, Ore., hear complaints from their tenants about the new onsite manager so Mystery Diners are sent in to investigate.
Staff may be getting carried away with the digital shorts they produce to promote a restaurant and help is sent in.
The owner of Rock Island Cafe in Honolulu, asks for help when he notices a drop in his restaurant's memorabilia sales.
The owner of Cha Cha Cha Salsaria in Honolulu, hears rumors of an unauthorized boat delivery service.
The manager of the Hawaii Yacht Club in Honolulu, responds to complaints about nonmembers at members-only dinner events.
The owner of ShoreFyre in Honolulu notices discrepancies in sales and contacts Charles to investigate.
Chef Chai, the owner of a restaurant in Honolulu, notices multiple ticket voids and calls in Charles for help.
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