The cheftestants head off in two groups: one goes to Whole Foods and one goes to Restaurant Depot. For some reason, Robin gets really mad that the other team is copying them and also buying sparkling water. I'm not sure why she chooses to make a big deal out of this inanity other than the fact that she's really annoying. If somehow later this turned into a plot point, like the judges even mention it once, I might care. Spoiler Alert: it doesn't. So I guess it's just more of the editors showing us why everyone hates Robin.
That night, Eli tries on outfits for his front-of-house role. He looks like an asshole with his shirt untucked under his suit. Just tuck in your shirt like a big boy, dude. And maybe get a tie. The Red Team tries to determine their restaurant's name. Michael kind of jokingly suggests REVolt for Robin, Eli, and Voltaggios. Everyone chuckles. Robin points out that revolt is like revolting, and Bryan points out that it could also mean revolution and Robin folds right away. She wasn't going to win that, right, but someone should have pointed out what a horrible name that is, because you don't want anything that sounds like throwing up associated with your food. I mean, you're just giving the restaurant critics lines at that point, about how their stomach REVOLTED and how the food was REVOLTING, etc. Why make it easy?
Outside, Kevin makes the case for naming their restaurant Mission, based on the clean style of architecture. The others (minus Laurine, who is nowhere to be found) agree. At least it's not REVolt. There's actually a restaurant here in Syracuse called The Mission that serves Mexican food and it's in an old church. I'm sure many cities have something similar.
Michael V. takes over designing the menu, and even tells Robin how to form and plate her dessert. Someone is a control freak! He interviews that he wants to make sure all of their food has a similar style, instead of just serving modern food and then Robin's homey dessert. The other team feels pretty confident about their decision to skip dessert, because Kevin is doing the last course and the judges love him.