BakerStreet was on the verge of closing its door having opened a month after the crash of 2008, it was loosing on average $23,000 per month. $550,000 in debt.

After assuming the reigns James and his team manged to turn around the operation. Within first year the bleeding was stopped and the next two years saw the restaurant become profitable. BakerStreet is currently a debt free entity producing $200,000 per year profit.

The last five years have seen this restaurant consistently rated as one of the best if not the best fine dining experience in the City and State. It has been rated as one of the 100 most romantic restaurants in the nation by OpenTable three years running, and consistently garners Top of Service Standards by OpenTable.