Giuliana and bill rancic dating show
Truth be told, these are all pretty standard roadblocks for any initial restaurant startup.But Bill and Giuliana made similar mistakes in March 2017 when they opened their second D. spot, an "undercover cafe" not officially listed yet as an RPM property.that being able to have "an active, down-to-earth life" is one of the intangible features of their Chicago home."We've always had one foot here, and now we have two," he said.Sounds like a thrill-a-minute show if you ask us — In 2014, Giuliana debuted her single-serving, stackable wine brand, XO, G which she named after her signature signoff that she uses on social media.According to the brand's kick-off press release, XO, G was created "to be an extension of her persona, with a stylish design that looks like a personal gift from [Giuliana] to her fans, and imported wines from her favorite global appellations." , Bill said creative writing had been a passion of his since high school."RPM Italian is a culmination of 'firsts' for Bill and me," Giuliana told .
You'd think by the time you're running your fourth restaurant, you'd know that paying the trash bill is going to be an integral part of the eatery's success."You took me to a Cubs game, then driving around the city on the motorcycle, to going to all the hot restaurants and bars.We just had the greatest time, and I fell in love with the city," Giuliana told her husband during an interview for That sounds like it could be a fun reality show, right?We constantly strive to make the guest experience better, and I'm always thinking that way about the restaurant, even when I'm not there." They must have gotten the hang of it quickly, because they opened RPM Steak in Chicago two years later, then another RPM Italian in Washington, D. He's since come full circle, and though he has many other business ventures, he expressed that he is "particularly focused on expansion of the RPM Restaurants chain." , the Rancics' restaurant expansion hasn't gone smoothly.In August 2016, they initially failed to obtain a license to operate from the Washington D. Health Regulation and Licensing Administration after an inspector found multiple violations, including inadequate faucets required for employee hand washing, an out of order garbage disposal, and some code-related plumbing issues.