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Three members of one family, each with their own restaurant, square off against each other with just 60 days to make all their money for the whole year.

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The Foys and their restaurants are under pressure to make profit goals before the end of summer to survive the rest of the year; Jesse throws a daylong BBQ smokeout at Diamond Point Grille, and The Chateau on the Lake promotes a flaming new dish.
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The Travers Stakes horse race in nearby Saratoga Springs, N.Y., attracts thousands to the Lake George area; complications with the costly renovation at The Chateau on the Lake put their Travers Stakes party in jeopardy; Jesse takes expensive gamble.
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At the summer midway point, Junior and Jen Foy have costly staff issues and bad reviews to deal with at The Chateau on the Lake; Cate and Senior reopen Cate's Italian Garden; power outage hits the entire Lake George region.
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The Foy family prepares for the big Independence Day weekend on Lake George in Upstate New York, and tension mounts; Jen is paranoid over her top-secret new dessert; Jesse tries an expensive new lobster dish.

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