New York developer receives $92 million loan to complete project billed as the largest speculative office building in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood | News

anchor Rendering of the structure that will stand at 1497-1538 Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn. Image: Parkview Financial A New York developer has secured a $92 million loan to complete a project billed as the largest speculative office building in Brooklyn’s …

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Atlanta Restaurant Guide: Pizza

Pizza is affordable, hassle-free food for all occasions. He can feed a crowd and moves well. It’s a meal in itself, and it’s satisfying any time of the day, even as cold breakfast leftovers. We’ve long been a pizza-loving nation, but no more so than during the pandemic. In 2020, …

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Brooklyn restaurant set to ‘bring good times’ to Montauk

MONTAUK, NY — Roberta’s, a Brooklyn restaurant that is a real institution, is coming to Montauk. With locations in Los Angeles, Singapore, Nashville, Bushwick and Williamsburg, the new Montauk location — located within walking distance of the last stop of the Long Island Railroad’s Montauk Line — is expected to …

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Cafe Creek Plots Third LA Location in Selma And Highland

Option Westside Cafe Ruisseau has announced plans for a third location in Los Angeles, located further east from its Playa Vista and Santa Monica outposts. The new boutique lands at Selma and Highland in Hollywood, on the ground floor of the Modera Hollywood Apartments, with plans to arrive in early …

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At 71, I’m still paying off my student loans. Here is what I learned.

At 71, I’m still paying off my student loans. (Luckily, I’m almost done.) My experience paying off those loans — and sending four kids to college — led me to an inescapable conclusion: Not every high school graduating child should go to college. At least not right away. Parents need …

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Chicago’s Sunda New Asian Restaurant Celebrates Native Asian American Hawaiian Pacific Islander Heritage Month

CHICAGO (WLS) – Sunda New Asian is celebrating Asian American Indian, Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout May with special menu items that can be enjoyed in the venue to eat, the large patio or by delivery. Sunda New Asian is an award-winning restaurant concept offering elevated Southeast Asian …

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NoMad London: ‘What price, beautiful kitchen?’ : restaurant review | Food

NoMad London, 28 Bow Street, London WC2E 7AW (020 3906 1600). Snacks and starters £9-£30, mains £27-£49, desserts £14, wines from £38 Welcome to wonderland. Or maybe, to be more precise, AdLand. Because here at NoMad London, it’s all about art within an inch of its life. The common rooms …

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For many Minnesota businesses, PPP loans were a saving grace

After years of brewing his own beer at home, Don Anderson, with the support of a childhood friend, wife and daughter, took a leap of faith in 2019 and opened Fat Pants Brewing Co. at Eden Prairie on Thanksgiving week. Sales in December, the brewery’s first full month of business, …

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Mother’s Day ‘is everyday’ for Martha Stewart – Chicago Tribune

It was ten years ago, in March 2012, when I walked with Martha Stewart in the ballroom of the Peabody Hotel during the 45th annual Pillsbury Bake-Off held in Orlando, Florida. We discussed many topics, from recipes from our own mothers and the fame of my hometown Indiana peppermint harvest, …

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The best restaurants in Harvard Square right now

Go from ho-hum meals to A-plus soufflé pancakes and masterful bowls of ramen. Passionate foodies and catering newbies love The Feed. Subscribe now to our bi-weekly newsletter. Harvard Square offers a crash course in cooking that you won’t find in a classroom. Check the books (well, the menus) at these …

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Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 hottest new restaurants for May

For the May issue of our monthly Where to Eat article, there’s really no choice on the topic: newly opened restaurants. That’s because Dallas is saturated with new openings right now, so much they’re begging for a roster. It looks like just a few days ago we launched another slate …

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Things to do in Miami: Estrella Damm Culinary Journey

That incomparable Spanish flair in Miami this month? You can thank iconic Barcelona brewer Estrella Damm for making this possible. Each year, the Spanish brewer partners with many Miami chefs and restaurants, encouraging them to create special menus and tastings that pair beautifully with Estrella Damm’s lager. It’s known as …

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Wan Wan is a new restaurant in Nolita from New York’s top restaurateurs

Rivers and Hills Hospitality Group, the team behind New York’s successful restaurants Wayla (which is also present at Time Out Market in New York in Brooklyn) and Kimika (a die best new openings of 2020) will open its final destination in Manhattan tonight, Tuesday, May 3. Photography: Courtesy of Andrew …

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Menendez, Payne, Jr. and Baraka Join NJ EDA in Small Business Walk to Kick Off National Small Business Week

NEWARK, New Jersey – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (DN.J.), Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. (DN.J.-10), and Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka today joined the Authority of New Jersey Economic Development (NJEDA) for a small business march along Halsey Street in Newark to kick off National Small Business Week. “Anyone who …

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For Black-Owned Businesses, Pandemic Shutdowns Followed by Resurgence

Placeholder while loading article actions The rib and whiskey bar that Terri Evans opened in Chicago’s South Loop with her 401(k) savings attracted mostly tourists and convention-goers — until the coronavirus pandemic and stay-at-home orders swept the countries from March 2020. Evans worried about keeping his 12 full-time employees on …

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A family-run pizzeria, Edith’s Pizza, recently opened in Bethesda

The menu includes a garden pizza and a version for meat lovers. Photo by Lindsey Max Stopped in an afternoon to check out Edith’s pizza recently opened in Bethesda, I ordered a meat lovers pizza (cheese, pepperoni, sausage, bacon, meatballs, chicken) to take home for dinner. To help me out …

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La Fuente Mexican Restaurant |

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How to save more, even as inflation bites into income

Saving money could become more difficult in the coming months, with inflation a problem and tens of millions of Americans without even a modest emergency fund. Tax season is over, which means two out of three Americans have recently received a refund, which is a nice cushion. But for many …

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Former Idaho lawmaker convicted of raping intern – NBC Chicago

A former Idaho lawmaker was found guilty on Friday of raping a 19-year-old legislative intern after a dramatic trial in which the young woman fled the witness box during a testimony by saying “I can’t do that”. The intern told a Statehouse supervisor that Aaron von Ehlinger raped her in …

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Restaurant closings in New York, April 2022

Two years after indoor restaurants first closed in New York, restaurants and bars continue to close. At least 1,000 have closed since March 2020 due to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the difficulty of tracking restaurant and bar closures, experts say that number could be …

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Best Restaurants in La Jolla, CA

Home to gorgeous beaches, upscale shopping and one of the nation’s finest municipal golf courses, Torrey Pines, La Jolla was originally called carpet kulaaxuuyor “land of holes” by the Kumeyaay, presumably in reference to the sea caves along the north-facing cliffs. Although it is commonly believed to be translated from …

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Student debt: Biden ‘not considering’ $50,000 loan forgiveness but will consider other options

bowdenimages/Getty Images/iStockphoto Federal borrowers will have to wait a little longer to find out how President Joe Biden intends to deal with growing student debt in the United States. One thing they shouldn’t expect is Biden forgiving $50,000 of debt per borrower, as some had hoped. See: 9 bills you …

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US economy shrinks, threats loom, but growth set to last – NBC Chicago

The U.S. economy contracted in the first three months of the year and faces threats of high inflation and rising interest rates, but economists predict a return to growth for the rest of the year. 2022 based on the strength of the labor market and consumer spending. The first quarterly …

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The founder of Muy Cos. makes a $1 billion exit with the sale of 755 restaurants | Negotiators

James Bodenstedt, founder of Muy Cos., sold 755 restaurants in a big $1 billion exit. Photo by Jason Risner Photography In New York last summer, James Bodenstedt presented a single sheet of paper with four columns of characters to two hand-picked potential buyers. “One column for each of the brands, …

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New restrictions could see LA go plastic-free

A new “zero waste” policy in Los Angeles could see the city go plastic-free in the near future. City of Los Angeles officials say it’s time to lead by example and continue to phase out plastic items and products that waste and harm the environment. This includes utensils, polystyrene or …

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New Restaurant Coming to Downtown Aurora Stems from Farmer’s Market Success – Chicago Tribune

Alicia Butron has been cooking and selling empanadas for nine years. But for the first time, she’ll be doing it from her own restaurant – in downtown Aurora. Alice’s Corner, 37 W. New York St., along an area sometimes referred to as restaurant row, is expected to open in the …

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La Carreta Mexican restaurants in NH pay $890,000 in back wages and damages

LONDONDERRY, NH — Two Mexican restaurants in New Hampshire have agreed to pay nearly $1 million in back wages and damages to 63 employees. Mexican restaurant La Carreta (La Carreta-Derry Inc. and La Carreta-Londonderry LLC) and Heriberto Leon have agreed to pay 63 employees $890,169. According to the US Department …

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Isolation rules eased but hospitality and traders on their knees due to COVID

posted on April 26, 2022 Briscola’s Italian restaurant owner Gianni Guglielmin calls it “COVID Excuse Fatigue” – customers are growing frustrated with delays and staff shortages and resorting to abusive employees. While Gianni said COVID hadn’t impacted the demand for tables, he had witnessed an increase in verbal attacks on …

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Comings and Goings: Career Developments in Associations

Career moves are common in the nonprofit industry. There are several leadership changes this month, including Lynne Osmond becoming the first woman to lead Choose Chicago, Lew Sherr moving into the leadership position of the US Tennis Association, and Michelle Korsmo taking the helm. of the National Restaurant Association. In …

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Intimate cocktail bar Farmacia opens in the North End

Restaurants The European-inspired nine-seat space in North Square opened on Friday. Phillip Rolfe opened his nine-seat bar this weekend with a range of fine cocktails showcasing the flavors of Italy. Courtesy/Farmacia This weekend, a new, intimate apothecary-themed cocktail experience opened in the North End. Farmacia, which will operate Wednesday through …

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Forlorn Forlini Fans Can Buy Art From NYC’s Shuttered Cult Restaurant

When New Yorkers learned that Forlini’s, a bustling Chinatown Italian restaurant popular with downtown sophisticates, was closing its doors for good in March, grieving patrons flooded their calendars with fond memories. Closure plans had been underway for years: The Forlini family bought 91-93 Baxter Street, the building that housed their …

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Small business owners struggle to get bank loans

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Small business owners who turn to nonprofits, business development centers and crowdfunding are lucky to get the financial support they need, but those who request loans from their banks are not. Small businesses in need of a loan find banks stingy Small businesses are still struggling …

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Best French Restaurants to Try in Los Angeles

It might be hard to imagine now, but LA once had its own “Frenchtown” – a long-gone section of downtown LA near present-day Chinatown. From the end of the 19th century, the region was home to a large French population. They began to disperse in the 1920s and when the …

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Firenze Italian Street Food expands to Wicker Park, bringing Schiacciata flatbread sandwiches to Division Street

WICKER PARK – An Italian sandwich shop with bread baked on site opens on the border of Wicker Park and the Ukrainian village. Firenze, 2121 W. Division St., offers sandwiches made with schiacciata, a popular flatbread found in Florence, Italy, which gives the restaurant its name. Options range from turkey …

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Running Tab: Head (to) East: Northern Quest’s New Pan-Asian Restaurant Offers Many Reasons to Celebrate

East Pan Asian Cuisine opened Friday at 11 a.m. at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino in part of the old buffet area near the pavilion. EPAC is excellent and brings lots of news and excitement. From a preview last Thursday, chef Brandon Pham, formerly of D’bali Asian Bistro in …

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Most Popular Armenian Restaurants in Los Angeles

Discover Armenia through food FOX 11’s Araksya Karapetyan tells us how to celebrate Armenian History Month through food. LOS ANGELES – Food brings people together. Food can also be used to explore and experience different cultures. Los Angeles is home to the largest population of Armenians and the county has …

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US Seafood Imports Fuel Russia’s War Machine

A US ban on seafood imports from Russia following its invasion of Ukraine was meant to sap billions of dollars from Vladimir Putin’s war machine. It didn’t work that way. Loopholes in import regulations mean pollock, salmon and crab caught by Russia are likely to enter the United States anyway …

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The Best Restaurants to Eat in Brooklyn’s Bushwick Neighborhood

A mecca for artists, creatives and foodies, Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood is a destination for nightlife, street art and, of course, dining. Originally a farming community, the image of Bushwick you may know today is quite industrial. Indeed, dozens of factories were erected in the neighborhood during the 1850s and 1860s, …

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Baguio food tourism underway to help eateries recover

OUTDOOR KITCHEN | Tourists were introduced to shared community meals, usually at cañao (ritual feasts), in this photo taken in 2016 when Baguio City’s food festival “Mangan Taku” was first introduced by the ministry tourism. (Photo by EV ESPIRITU/Inquirer Northern Luzon) BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines – With the volume of …

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Datz, the restaurant in Tampa, offers comfort food like the Cheesy Todd

Tampa, Florida – When Suzanne Perry and her husband, Roger, moved to the Tampa Bay area, they found themselves with more free time. This gave them the opportunity to realize their dream of opening a great restaurant. And “Datz” exactly what they did. Datz Restaurant is inspired by historic Midwestern …

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It’s time for vegan dim sum

Southern California has an ever-expanding landscape of vegan restaurants that reflect the flavors of its culinary communities. Across Los Angeles, you can find jackfruit-filled tacos, Alfredo pasta made with cashew “cheese,” chicken and seitan waffles, and Vietnamese cuisine that bypasses fish sauce. How might plant-based dim sum fit into restaurant …

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Seafood restaurants, businesses facing oyster shortages

BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) – If you’re looking for these seafood staples this weekend, chances are you won’t be able to find them. This is due to a shortage of supply and increased demand. Now coastal vendors are working hard to keep them on their menus. Seafood business owner Sean Desporte …

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Houston Coffee Shop Southside Espresso bids involuntary farewell to Montrose

Owner Sean Marshall hangs out at Southside Espresso, the cafe he’s run in Montrose for a decade. Courtesy picture. South Side Espresso at 904 Westheimer in the same building as Uchi Houston — the historic former location of Mexican restaurant Felix — says goodbye with a farewell party on Saturday, …

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Philadelphia chef Michael Solomonov launches New York comeback with Israeli restaurant Buzzy Laser Wolf

Philadelphia celebrity chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov is making a comeback in New York — and this time he’s embarking on a full-fledged restaurant. Solomonov is expanding his hit Laser Wolf, a fiery Israeli grill that has topped national lists of the best since opening in Philadelphia two years ago. …

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At the Jay Luigi in St. Petersburg, the Italian takes a fast and laid-back twist

ST. PETERSBURG — A wild yeast named Little Nicky is on the rise in St. Petersburg. After traveling from Ischia, Italy, Little Nicky lives in a restaurant kitchen on Fourth Street N, where the fizzy starter is used to create soft, naturally fermented pizza dough – a three-day process from …

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Fairfax’s new Short Stories just launched its brunch in the former Tart space

Fairfax’s bottomless mimosas are back, thanks to Short Stories Restaurant, a brand new brunch spot occupying what was once the Tart Restaurant inside the former Farmer’s Daughter Hotel. Located inside the brand new hotel of the same name, the beautifully redesigned restaurant opened for dinner in early March with a …

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For 15 years, East Bay Company, the Xocolate bar has forged its way against all odds

Malena Lopez-Maggi, founder and owner of Berkeley’s Xocolate Bar, first encountered the lobster parable while browsing social media. Rather than easily molting its shell and growing a new one over the seasons, the crustacean swells and swells inside the same shell until the discomfort becomes too great – its shell …

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Chicago Joe’s Auction: “Everything is sold”

Chicago history aficionados and lovers of the now-closed Chicago Joe’s still have the opportunity to bring home a piece of the beloved restaurant. Almost every item that adorned the interior – or exterior – will be auctioned off at the end of the month. The building at 2256 W. Irving …

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The best restaurants in Amsterdam, according to Tripadvisor

AMSTERDAM, NY (NEWS10) – According to Tripadvisor, there are about 70 restaurants in Amsterdam. From Italian cuisine to Asian cuisine to American cuisine, you have several options to choose from. These are the highest rated restaurants in Amsterdam, according to Tripadvisor. The Best Restaurants in Cohoes, According to Tripadvisor 10. …

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Dine Brands plans to ‘expand’ its takeout business

Restaurant chain operator Dine Brands Global Inc. has gone from strength to strength in the two years since the pandemic began, with chief executive John Peyton outlining three strategies that have contributed to change.First, the Glendale company innovated in the dining experience for customers at its Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & …

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Linkedin deactivates Air Force Vet account after criticizing loan forgiveness – JONATHAN TURLEY

We discussed the expanding censorship programs on Twitter, Facebook and other social media. These programs have notably targeted conservative viewpoints on contemporary controversies. Now LinkedIn has added his company name to this dastardly effort, according to an Air Force veteran whose account was deactivated after criticizing calls for the loan …

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Here are 23 newly acclaimed spots – NBC Chicago

Twenty-three Chicago restaurants have earned Michelin’s seal of culinary excellence, as the star-studded list was announced this week. The coveted Michelin designation is based on a number of factors, from the restaurant’s cuisine to the chef’s techniques. Among the group that won stars, Alinea topped the list with three – …

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Easter brunch and dinner in CNY: menus, prices and reservations

Restaurants and eateries have forgone Easter brunches for the past two years due to Covid-19 concerns. This year, many of them are back with delicious brunches on the menu for Easter Sunday, which is April 17. Others do lunch, dinner or offer takeout. Some places listed are already fully booked …

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Lupulandia is closing its doors, a fully equipped space is now available for rent

Anthony LaVia removed the items one by one from the half-disassembled brewhouse. To his left was a candy vending machine. Nearby, a dismantled blue painting of a Latina woman leaning against the wall – all relics of the now closed Lupulandia. Brasserie Lupulandia, the Tijuana-themed beer hall at 2243 Mission …

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Chicago restaurant Josephine’s Cooking hasn’t paid property taxes in 12 years, the Cook County Land Bank Authority stopped anyone from doing so through a tax sale

Josephine’s Cooking is a South Side institution popular among soul food fans and politicians, but records show it hasn’t paid its property taxes in 12 years. In total, the owners – “Mother” Josephine Wade and her son Victor Love – owe more than $500,000 in taxes and penalties. As a …

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15 High-End Sonoma Restaurants Worth Trying

Slide 1 of 33 Laila: The bright and airy dining room and cozy patio set the stage for hearty Mediterranean dishes like porchetta, crispy Spanish octopus and roasted mushrooms. Fancy a quiet and romantic date? Sneak into the bar at MacArthur Place for top-notch creative cocktails and more casual fare. …

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An innovative new version of Chili’s will open near the SMU Dallas campus

There’s a new Chilli’s opening near the Dallas campus of Southern Methodist University which represents a whole new model for the chain. It goes to the old Starbucks at 3036 Mockingbird Ln., in the same venerable center at the intersection of US-75 that is home to Barnes & Noble and …

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Sonnenblick-Eichner Company arranges $30,000,000 from the first

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sonnenblick-Eichner Company has arranged $30 million in long-term fixed rate financing for the Inn at the Pier, a luxury boutique hotel 104-room, full-service property located half a block from the Pacific Ocean in Pismo Beach, California. The non-recourse loan was funded …

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New Ranking Shows Chicago’s Best Pizza, Featuring Lou Malnati’s and Giordano’s Not Making the Cut – NBC Chicago

From deep dish to thin crust, Chicagoans have always debated which place had the best pizza in town, and a new ranking has narrowed it down. In a new list from Tasting Table, Chicago pizzerias were ranked from No. 1 to No. 10, although classic chains like Lou Malnati and …

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Lazy lobster! – The New York Times

Hello. I got it into my head that I wanted lobster for dinner. The lobster is expensive, but neither is the chicken from the farm where they teach poultry Pilates. I hadn’t eaten lobster for a very long time. I thought it was worth it. But I didn’t want to …

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An exciting new culinary experience opens its doors in Dijon

The International City of Gastronomy and Wine occupies a centuries-old heritage site in the historic capital of Burgundy. Share this article Jhe important heritage site in the city center of Dijon. Team up with some of the biggest players in the business: Eric Pras, Burgundy’s only three-star chef, to oversee …

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South Carolina Senate’s only black Republican sworn in

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — South Carolina’s new senator was sworn in Tuesday. Surrounded by his family, Sen. Mike Reichenbach became the newest member of the chamber a week after winning a special election for his Florence County district with 90% of the vote. Reichenbach is a political newcomer and owner …

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Search for burglars who broke into restaurants, stealing booze from Loop to Lincoln Park

CHICAGO (CBS) – Police on Monday asked for the public’s help in locating a group of burglars who broke into restaurants and stole alcohol in the city centre, River North, Gold Coast and Lincoln Park. In each incident, the thieves smashed the glass of a side or back door of …

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Kasama and Andros Taverna will collaborate on a decadent dinner for charity

A successful one-night collaboration between two of Chicago’s busiest restaurants, Andros Taverna and Kasama, will bring together Greek and Filipino flavors to benefit charity. The two restaurants, both owned by married couples, will create a special menu next month to benefit Vibrant Emotional Health and its suicide prevention efforts. The …

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Police announce 6 dead and at least 9 injured in Sacramento shooting

California police say six people are dead and at least nine others were injured after a shooting in downtown Sacramento. The Sacramento Police Department said the shooting happened early Sunday morning. Video posted to Twitter showed people running down the street as the sound of rapid gunfire could be heard …

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TV drama about the developing New York restaurant Russ & Daughters

Start spreading the news. Russ & Daughters – the iconic Jewish appetizer shop on the Lower East Side – could use some TV treatment. Time Studios has signed a deal with Niki Russ Federman and Josh Russ Tupper, fourth-generation owners and first cousins ​​of the family business, to shop around …

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Rose J. La Rocca Obituary

Rose J. La Rocca Rhinebeck – All of Rose La Rocca’s family and friends celebrate her life of compassionate hospitality. Rose loved her family in her Italian-American home and restaurant, both in Rhinebeck, New York. She died peacefully at home on March 30, 2022 surrounded by her loved ones. He …

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Boulder County businesses receive $1.26 billion in federal Paycheck Protection Program loans

Cal-Wood Education Center, a nonprofit group in Jamestown, saw its operating income disappear as after-school school was canceled when the pandemic hit in March 2020. Front Range school night excursions, many of which are in Boulder Valley, make up the majority of outdoor education centerthat’s the deal. Cal-Wood executive director …

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A hand-cut donut favorite reopens in Chatham and four more openings you need to know about

Chicago’s hospitality industry knows the unpredictable nature of the city’s spring weather well and stays fearless, enjoying the occasional sunny and warm days while preparing for a busy summer season. Here are some of the restaurants that have opened — or reopened — their dining rooms, patios and take-out display …

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Shenarri Freeman’s Grub Street Diet

Cadence’s Shenarri Freeman. Illustration: Maanvi Kapour Last March, chef Shenarri Freeman was opening her first restaurant, Cadence, with Ravi DeRossi’s catering group, Overthrow Hospitality. From her perch in the East Village, she served vegan versions of the soul food she grew up on in Virginia, like southern fried lasagna and …

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Internet chat is farmworkers’ best ally in feud with Newsom

SACRAMENTO— Thursday was César Chávez day, and farmworkers want to know why Governor Gavin Newsom has not met with them, as they requested, if only for the token unity of standing alongside some of the the state’s most essential and vulnerable workers to celebrate the birthday of their beloved icon. …

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“Is it worth trying to save money when I earn so little?”

The Cut’s financial advice columnist Charlotte Cowles answers readers’ personal questions about personal finance. Email your financial puzzles to [email protected] Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Getty Images Do the best is a special series about ambition – how we define it, harness it and conquer it. I’m 26 and make …

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After losing SBA grant, veteran-owned restaurant reopens – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A restaurant owned by a Denton County veteran is open again after closing its doors when the grant promised by the federal government was not paid. After serving his country for 12 years, U.S. Army veteran David Jordan is thrilled to serve Denton again. “Talking to some of my regular …

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Summary “Before I die”: episode 2

Before dying airs Sundays at 9:00 p.m. and is available to stream. WTTW Passport members can now stream the entire show. Recap the previous episode. Sean’s murder has made investigating his disappearance a top priority for the police, but Hannah, Billy and Tina still fear an escape. Tina feels she …

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At this 74-year-old LA restaurant, ham and eggs are the staples

I’m sitting at Nick’s Cafe, a restaurant that’s operated on the corner of North Spring Street and West Elmyra Street in Chinatown since 1948. It’s a quiet, open intersection across from Los Angeles State Historic Park, and it shares the block with a restaurant supply store. Most of the customers …

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3 super high yielding energy stocks to buy in 2022 and beyond

The dividend yield on the S&P500 has steadily declined over the years. It is currently hovering around a two-decade low of around 1.3%. This is due to a high valuation of the index relative to its historical average and a preference for share buybacks over dividends by an increasing number …

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Joe Flamm’s Rose Mary will celebrate surviving the pandemic with a special birthday dinner

For Joe Flamm, there have been many times since April 2021 where he doubted his Fulton Market restaurant, Rose Mary, would survive the pandemic. Worries are nothing new for restaurants trying to survive the tumultuous first year; few break even under normal conditions. But COVID has added extra layers with …

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Restaurants, Pols Revive Push for ‘Drinks-to-Go’

Governor Kathy Hochul visits Therapy Wine Bar in Bed-Stuy in early March to spur proposals to help the restaurant industry, including take-out beverages. Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Office Restaurant owners, bar owners and their supporters, aided by state lawmakers, are renewing efforts to make “drinks to go,” a measure …

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🌱 Armed robbery on Washington Blvd. + Gastronomic stays in the open air?

Good Friday, Los Angeles; today is Tolkien Reading Day! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Los Angeles today. Thieves love watches. Also it looks like outdoor dining is here to stay. Finally, there was a home burglary in the Hollywood Hills. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly …

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Most Americans are seeing the effects of inflation, polls show, and many expect no relief

Most Americans say they are seeing the effects of soaring inflation, according to a new survey, and many are cutting spending in some area. (iStock) Most Americans are starting to see the impact of soaring inflation on their wallets, according to a new survey from a market research firm essential …

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Immersive Frida Kahlo Experience Kicks Off Chicago Restaurant Week

City council approves new casino committee despite… 23 minutes ago Pervis Spann is remembered as a pioneer of revolutionary music… 35 minutes ago NATO: 7,000 to 15,000 Russian soldiers dead in Ukraine 37 minutes ago Willie Wilson, officials are planning a $1 million gas giveaway… 50 minutes ago Proviso District …

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Live Covid-19 Updates: Vaccine News and Moderna Warrants

Moderna is also studying booster shots for all three age groups under 18.Credit…Frederic J. Brown/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Moderna said on Wednesday it would seek emergency authorization of its coronavirus vaccine for children under the age of 6, after interim results from its clinical trial showed volunteers in that …

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Owners of Mas Margaritas Open La Casita Breakfast Cafe, Mamacita Taco Pub in Cedar Rapids

Cali Avo bene at La Casita Breakfast Cafe, 836 First Avenue NE, in northeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Tuesday, March 15, 2022. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Garlands of artificial flowers hang from the ceiling of La Casita Breakfast Cafe, 836 First Avenue NE, in northeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Tuesday, March 15, …

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🌱 BR Man Loaded With $1.4M Student Loan Scheme + Pioneer Award

Happy Wednesday, Baton Rouge! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s going on in Baton Rouge today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and cool. High: 66 Low: 42. Here are the top three stories in Baton Rouge today: …

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Travel destinations turn to city edges for deliveries, deliveries and meals

An attendee at the Curbivore conference in Los Angeles on March 4, 2022 with Serve Robotics’ … [+] Adeline. The new autonomous sidewalk delivery robots open with the press of a button to deliver deliveries to local restaurants in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Curbivore As we enter the post-COVID …

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Dine-in views and rooftop hangers are coming soon along chic LA Melrose Square

There are few blocks more famous in Los Angeles than Melrose Place, thanks to a certain TV show that aired in the 1990s under the same title. And while that show launched more than a few celebrity careers, incoming restaurant Melrose Place hopes to propel itself into the conversation for …

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Mariupol, Ukraine, Arkansas Auto Show Filming, March Madness: The Biggest News You Missed

The Mariupol school housing 400 inhabitants is bombed The pounding of the beleaguered port city of Mariupol intensified on Sunday as Russia’s bloody assault on Ukraine waded deeper into its fourth week. The Mariupol city council accused the Russian army of bombing an art school where around 400 people had …

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Where is the action? It’s always Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS — Second-generation Vegas bookmaker Kenny White recalls vivid scenes from his side of the counter, a beautiful scoreboard with games and corresponding odds behind him in different colors. “My favorite question was people coming in and asking, ‘Are these games being played today? That was question number one. …

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A woman in her 90s was punched in the head as she read a restaurant menu on the Upper West Side

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) — A woman in her 90s was randomly struck in the head while she was outside reading a menu at a restaurant in Manhattan. The woman was attacked by a 35-year-old man at Manny’s Bistro at 225 Columbus Ave on the Upper West Side on …

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WeHo Cannabis Lounge promises skyline views and private dining

West Hollywood’s cannabis parlors are back on track to open, so it’s only fitting that another player recently announced plans to move into a historic building just down from the famous venue. Troubadour concert. The new project, called the Antidote, even comes from a few household names. While the 99-year-old …

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create restaurants: Notice of Borrowing and Repayment of Funds

Press release: create restaurants holdings inc. (3387 IS1) February 28, 2022 Notice of Borrowing and Repaying Funds create restaurants holdings inc. announces that we have repaid our short-term borrowings and our perpetual subordinated loans as described below, while we have restored our …

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Chicago restaurants vying for top James Beard awards | Chicago News

(James Beard Foundation/Facebook) The James Beard Award nominations were announced Wednesday and provided a much-needed dose of good news for Chicago chefs and restaurants, who were announced as finalists in several high-profile categories. The awards will be presented on June 13 at a ceremony to be held at the Lyric …

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The French Brasserie Couvant reopens at the Eliza Jane Hotel with a new chef and a new menu

He’s cooked at several top restaurants in New York and Paris — Nomad, Bâtard and Michelin-starred Daniel, to name a few — but chef Ryan Pearson is now back in his New York hometown. -Orléans to help revive Couvant, the downtown French brasserie at the Eliza Jane hotel which reopens …

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Restaurants reflect two years after COVID-19 hit Wisconsin

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) — It has been two years since COVID-19 hit Badger State. Many aspects of life have been disrupted, including the restaurant industry. From staff shortages to food shortages to pandemic guidelines, restaurants have had their fair share of tough times. David Gordon is the co-owner of …

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Despite recovery, San Diego economy remains ‘fragile’

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Just after 10 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, staff at Kearny Mesa’s Tahini Restaurant were busy preparing the lunch rush for its chicken and steak shawarma. “It pays homage to our culture and the places our families come from, while doing so in a way that …

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2 dead after gas explosion at popular Mexican resort: officials – NBC Chicago

A gas tank exploded Monday at a beachfront restaurant on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, killing two restaurant workers and injuring 18 people, authorities said. The restaurant is in a popular tourist area in the resort town of Playa del Carmen, south of Cancun, and three of the injured were apparently customers, …

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Restaurants around New York raise funds for Ukraine

The city’s restaurants are doing their part to raise money for the victims in Ukraine. Ukrainian-born Garry Kanfer is one: the owner of the Kissaki mini-empire of omakase-focused restaurants has co-founded a new nonprofit to help bring money to the war-torn country and its inhabitants. “We are dedicated to finding …

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The Congressional spending bill battle had a message for Main Street

Elizabeth Frantz | Reuters A majority of Main Street small business owners say they favor more financial assistance from the federal government, but the resolution of the battle in Congress last week over the federal government’s spending bill shows that it may not come . This shouldn’t be a surprise. …

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