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Black-Owned Restaurant Faces Online Harassment Following Incident With Author

By APRIL EHRLICH Oregon Public Broadcasting SALEM, Ore. (AP) — It’s hard to miss Epilogue Kitchen and Cocktails while strolling through downtown Salem. Tons of panels are stuck to its windows, some of them handmade. They read: ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘No Place For Hate’. There are large portraits of …

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Boston Chinatown restaurant served multi-million dollar money laundering operation, feds say

At least one restaurant in Boston’s Chinatown had an outrageous secret menu, according to a recent federal indictment – a multi-state money laundering operation. A federal grand jury in Boston has indicted eight alleged members of the conspiracy which the federal government says – which investigated as ‘Operation Good Fortune’ …

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Dimes Square gets the hotel it deserves

“I won’t tell you the story of the casting, but there’s a lot of casting,” said Andrew Rifkin, standing in a room at Nine Orchard, the new hotel on Canal Street between Orchard and Allen Streets. Mr. Rifkin is also proud of custom ceramic toilet paper holders (“You need a …

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SoBeachy Haitian Cuisine moves from farmer’s markets to standalone restaurant, staying true to island vibe – Baltimore Sun

Twelve years ago, Léo Fleurimond’s dream of becoming a policeman came crashing down when he was involved in a serious car accident that forced him to learn to walk again. He faced deportation as his medical bills piled up. “I had to figure out what to do. We got back …

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What to see, eat and do in San Francisco

Lately, it seems like headlines in San Francisco have been negative, from the city’s homelessness crisis and high-profile recall elections to the region’s astronomical cost of living and worsening fire seasons. . But San Francisco remains San Francisco. The fog still rolls in from the Pacific to blanket the tangled …

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An Indian restaurant opens in Edinboro; Royal Chopstix welcomes guests

A new Indian restaurant, Everestopened June 27 at 222 W. Plum St., Edinboro, and owner Krishna Paudel said she plans to open a similar one in Millcreek Township on West Ridge Road in early fall. “My restaurant is totally Indian and Nepali,” she said. “Mostly North Indian food and some …

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Condé Nast named a Belmont cafe one of the best restaurants in the world

New Where to find internationally renowned Persian dishes. Passionate foodies and catering newbies love The Feed. Subscribe now to our bi-weekly newsletter. Photo courtesy of Café Vanak. If you’re looking for brand new world-class cuisine, you won’t have to scour downtown to get it. Instead, look no further than a …

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What to see, eat and do in Toronto

Canada’s largest city and the fourth-largest metropolis in North America, Toronto welcomed more than 27.5 million visitors a year before the pandemic, making it Canada’s top tourist destination, according to Destination Toronto, the city’s tourism marketing arm. As travel resumes, Canadian tourists predominate, with traffic from the United States just …

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Gullah Geechee and Creole Restaurant LE Meals Opens New Location in Austin

Gullah Geechee and Creole takeout spot LE Meals expanded with a second location this month. Chef Alexandria Hollowell opened her new location within the Wingman Kitchens Commissary Kitchen at Springdale General at 1023 Springdale Road, Building 1, Suite 1 beginning July 10. The menu remains the same, spanning dishes such …

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What to cook this week

What to cook this week Hello. My girlfriend Kim Severson is the national correspondent for our Food desk. She’s based in Atlanta, and while we’re jaw-dropping on the phone all the time, we don’t get to spend as much quality time around a dining table as when she worked in …

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How woke food fights are destroying restaurants

The restaurant industry is eaten alive. While now-disgraced food icons like Mario Batali and Ken Friedman have been rightly gunned down for their illegal actions, scoop-hungry food blogs are now looking to chefs for the most petty offenses – and restaurant insiders in enough of the cannibalism that threatens to …

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Papaya King, an Upper East Side hot dog pioneer, faces a possible end

The future of Papaya King, an Upper East Side stalwart credited with popularizing New York’s quintessential combination of hot dogs and tropical fruit juices, is uncertain as his building is set to be completed. to be shaved. Extell Development, which last year bought the land where Papaya King stands for …

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$42 million earmarked for restaurants alleging soaring pork prices

Photography: Shutterstock Restaurants that purchased pork products from Smithfield Foods between Jan. 1, 2009, and April 19, 2022, may be eligible for a share of the $42 million the seller has agreed to pay to settle price-fixing allegations, according to a court-approved announcement. The notice was issued by representatives of …

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Meet me inside – I hate eating outdoors

It’s not that I’m opposed to the outside. I just don’t want to eat there. My lack of enthusiasm for all things outdoors is not a popular position, I know. At this time of year, when the days are long and hot, it’s just barbecues, picnics and outdoor brunches, one …

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Chick-fil-A is America’s Favorite Restaurant for 8th straight year

Chick-fil-A has maintained its position as America’s favorite restaurant for eight consecutive years, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). This is despite the fact that, overall, consumers prefer full-service restaurants to fast food joints. The survey found that Americans’ satisfaction with fast food restaurants declined 2.6% over the …

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GERMAN DONER KEBAB CONTINUES NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION WITH HIRING OF KEY EXECUTIVES

New franchisees set to launch multiple restaurants in the US for the UK’s fastest growing restaurant group NEW YORK, June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of an aggressive expansion plan to North AmericaGerman Doner Kebab USA (GDK UNITED STATES) announced today that it has hired Robert Bray as Director …

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In Tulsa, a Burmese culinary tradition takes center stage

TULSA, Okla. – The electrifying flavors of bawngsa kan – fried beef with generous amounts of tamarind, ginger and chilies – are easy to love. But finding the dish in an American restaurant is a challenge. It is a food of the Zomi people, a minority ethnic group with roots …

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Bourdain Day: These are the restaurants in New York and New Jersey that Anthony Bourdain has featured over the years

manhattan Brasserie Les Halles (Firm)411 Park Avenue S, New York, NY 10016 Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare431 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018 Ray’s candy store113 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009 El Castillo de la Jagua113 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002 Veselka144 2nd Avenue, New York, NY …

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New York’s Eleven Madison Park has killed plans to raise wages and prices in 2021

Eleven Madison Park owner Daniel Humm considered raising wages and menu prices last September. A ghost-written opinion draft said some EMP workers could “barely afford” food and rent. Plans to pay workers a ‘living wage’ were killed after heavy criticism from The New York Times, people said. In September 2021, …

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Shaquille O’Neal to open chicken restaurants in North Texas

Big Chicken, a fast-casual restaurant featuring the favorite dishes of basketball player Shaquille O’Neal and his famous friends, is set to make a big splash in Dallas and its suburbs starting in 2023. No less than 56 Big Chicken restaurants are expected to open across Texas, in Dallas, Houston, San …

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A taxi jumps on the sidewalk, seriously injuring 3 people in Manhattan

Three people were in critical condition Monday afternoon after a taxi hit the sidewalk in Manhattan’s Flatiron neighborhood. The driver rammed a cyclist and several pedestrians with his vehicle, authorities said. Around 1 p.m., according to firefighters, the taxi crashed into a building near 29th Street and Broadway, an area …

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Opening of a Basque tapas bar and restaurant in Tarrytown

June 18, 2022 By Shana Liebman– Rivertown foodies adore Tarrytown’s new Basque tapas. The second incarnation of Piermont’s beloved Spanish bar and restaurant opened in April and serves Northern Spanish cuisine with a modern twist. Tapas are freshly prepared and substantial – with old standards like chorizo ​​and empanadas braised …

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RIPCO Acquires NYC Restaurant Real Estate Brokerage

Woodbury-based RIPCO Real Estate is expanding its restaurant services with the acquisition of BCD, a Manhattan-based restaurant real estate brokerage firm. The terms of the contract are not disclosed. Andrew Moger BCD, which stands for Branded Concept Development, was founded by Andrew Moger in 2001. Current and previous clients of …

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The Dallas restaurant is among the prestigious Best New Restaurants in America

A restaurant in Dallas received a nod from the international magazine Robb Report: Meridiancelebrity chef Junior Borges’ acclaimed restaurant, landed a spot on the publication’s annual list of America’s 10 Best New Restaurants, coming in at a commendable No. 5 on the list, alongside bustling Houston restaurant March, and eight …

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José Andrés returns to the old Trump hotel

Placeholder while loading article actions We love stories of fate: lovers reconnected after decades apart, a long-lost ring recovered, a second chance taken. If the universe has any control over these things, it would seem that José Andrés was supposed to open a restaurant in the historic pavilion of the …

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Iowa Weird: Flava Flav’s Failed Fried Chicken Restaurant

Alain BENAINOUS/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images In a different timeline, Clinton, Iowa would be home to the first of many Flav’s Fried Chicken (FFC) locations and Colonel Sanders would be America’s second most famous fried chicken pitcher. In January 2011, rapper/reality TV star Flava Flav teamed up with Clinton restaurateur Nick …

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The Outside Lands 2022 food and drink lineup is bigger and tastier than ever

Two festival-goers check out a row of food vendor options during day two of the 2019 Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Photo: Jessica Christian/The Chronicle 2019 Some of the Bay Area’s hottest new restaurants will serve food at the Outside Lands music and arts festival …

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Why TikTok Can Really Help Restaurants Succeed

A survey by MGH Advertising showed that 36% of TikTok users visited or ordered food from a restaurant after seeing a video about the restaurant – and the video wasn’t always from the restaurant itself, but from another TikTok account. Kam Hing Bakery in New York estimates a 20% increase …

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A famous restaurant closes its last restaurant in New York

He loves that you don’t have one last chance to visit this famous New York restaurant. Feel Good Mornings with Dave Fields Monday-Friday 6-10am Feel Good Mornings with Dave Fields Monday-Friday 6-10am The last and last Howard Johnson in New York State is now officially closed and will not be …

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What is the most famous restaurant in Queens? — Queens Daily Eagle

By Jacob Kaye Last week, the editorial staff of the Queens Daily Eagle simmered on a seemingly simple question: what is the most famous restaurant in Queens? Like inside a kitchen on a Saturday night rush, the conversation was lively, passionate and, at times, bordering on aggressive. We were hungry …

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The skewers at these small Glendale restaurants are rich in flavor – Daily News

A few months ago, the New York Times published its list of the 50 most remarkable restaurants in America. It came as a surprise to those of us who eat around to find a small take-out window, with limited hours, included among national highlights. This small take-out space is Mini …

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How Kim Kardashian is bringing buzz (and business) to Staten Island

When people started coming to Campania, a Staten Island restaurant known for its charcoal-grilled pizzas, and asking about “Kim,” Nicole Bressi, a waitress there, didn’t quite get it. “I was like, ‘Kim isn’t here today, but come back tomorrow,'” Ms Bressi said. “It took me several times to realize that …

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Passionate about food, culture and others

Warren Braxton Luckett was working as a wholesale wine distributor when he first met Karinn Andrea Chavarria in April 2016 at the Menu of Menus culinary event held at Silver Street Studios in Houston. “I should have focused on promoting my wines, but this amazing woman had an aura around …

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Anthony Scotto will open a new restaurant concept at The Gulch

Restaurateur Anthony Scotto of acclaimed Fresco by Scotto has announced his first solo project beyond New York – Luogo, which is set to arrive in Nashville later this year. While visiting family in town for the past five years, Scotto felt called to bring a new culinary outlook to Nashville …

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Capital Grille, a chain of high-end steakhouses, will open a sprawling outpost in New York’s MetLife Building

Upscale steakhouse chain Capital Grille is adding a location in the MetLife building in Midtown, the New York Post reports. The future restaurant appears to be gigantic — it spans 15,000 square feet, including outdoor space, according to the To post — and signals another step in the restaurant revitalization …

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Applebee’s no longer wants to take your takeout calls

He wants to outsource these orders to call centers, where an automated person or system will take your orders and also try to sell yourself a little. More than half of Applebee’s roughly 1,575 US locations already use call centers for phone orders, according to the company. By the end …

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The first East River International Food Festival celebrates the return of Queens restaurants to LIC – QNS.com

The first-ever East River International Food Festival will be held Sunday from noon on the Long Island City waterfront, bringing together some 20 restaurants that have survived the crippling that has gripped the hospitality industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. The curated tasting event with chef stations, a cash bar, and …

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Body of 9-year-old found above New York restaurant after staff complained of strange smell

The mother of a nine-year-old girl, found dead in her home above a New York restaurant with suspected bite marks on her back and cuts and bruises to her head, has been arrested, the police said. police. The girl, identified by police as Shalom Guifarro, was found dead in her …

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The Day – Owners of Milagro in Stonington open new restaurant in East Lyme

Martin Zavala, who has run Milagro Café in Stonington Borough for 14 years, has become a renowned restaurateur in the area. In late April, he expanded his reach and opened a new restaurant: Zavala Mexican Bistro in East Lyme. Zavala had almost opened a restaurant on the same site after …

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How Restaurants Get Michelin Stars

Earning a star is all about consistency, flavor and care. WASHINGTON — Washington, DC is now home to four more Michelin-starred restaurants: Imperfecto, Reverie, Albi and Oyster Oyster are now honored with what is considered one of the world’s greatest culinary accolades. That’s 23 Michelin-starred restaurants in the district — …

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In defense of NYC’s Open Restaurants program

Ryder Kessler is running in the Democratic primary to represent New York State’s 66th Assembly District, which includes the Manhattan neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, Soho, Noho, Hudson Square, Tribeca and part of East Town. Kessler is an enthusiastic supporter of New York’s recently made permanent Open Restaurants program, which oversees …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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Fred Ferretti, Journalist Turned Food Writer, Dies at 90

In 1971, at the premiere of Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’, Mr. Ferretti, briefly in the role of television critic, wrote: “Tonight the Columbia Broadcasting System Television Network will find out if Americans think bigotry and racism are the main elements of a sitcom, are funny. He didn’t. The …

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Sally Schmitt, avant-garde restaurateur, died at 90

Sally Schmitt, who with her husband, Don, opened the French Laundry, the now famous restaurant in Napa Valley, California, in 1978, and in doing so helped solidify the Valley as a food and wine destination and launch a culinary movement built from local, seasonal ingredients, died Saturday at her home …

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🌱 Off The Bone named one of the “hottest” restaurants + Milestones

Happy Thursday, Queens! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening locally today. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy and sunny weather. High: 47 Low: 32. Attention, best law firms! We are now offering sponsorship opportunities to local businesses interested in making lasting connections with customers in Queens. Click here …

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Katsuya, the chic sushi import from Los Angeles, arrives in Manhattan West in New York

Los Angeles sushi hotspot and celebrity-loving Katsuya lands in New York. On March 10, the flashy spot opens its doors at Citizens Food Hall, the latest marquee vendor to debut inside the real estate development within a development at 398 10th Avenue near West 33rd Street in inside Manhattan West. …

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Mayor Adams continues to support Bronx fire victims

March 5, 2022 Meal delivery services will continue for families displaced by the Bronx fire staying at Shelter hotels NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and the Mayor’s Fund to Move New York City forward announced today the continuation of meal delivery services to support those affected …

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Kogane is the new premium Omakase destination in the San Gabriel Valley

Often the origin stories for sushi restaurants, especially the upscale Edomae-style omakase temples where chefs quietly prepare pristine cuts of fish from Japan, have their roots in the graduate apprentices of their mentors. . Think of Daisuke Nakazawa in New York, who rose to fame after striking out on his …

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4K meals to be prepared for Huntington residents by local restaurants

HUNTINGTON, NY – Food-insecure residents of the city of Huntington are set to receive 4,000 free meals through a partnership between the Harry Chapin Regional Food Bank of Long Island Cares, St. Hugh of Lincoln’s Church in Huntington Station and three local restaurants, according to a press release from Long …

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Michelin-starred SingleThread restaurant will close for at least a month after small fire

Fans of Kyle and Katina Connaughton’s three-star Michelin restaurant and wine farm, SingleThread, will be sad to hear the foodie destination suffered a major blow last week when a fire spread from the kitchen to the rooftop . Fans will be even sadder to learn that, although there were no …

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Brand new Suffolk County restaurant blends American and French cuisine

A brand new restaurant on Long Island offers a menu that combines American and French cuisine. The Réserve restaurant held its official grand opening on Friday February 18 and Saturday February 19. Located at 326 West Jericho Turnpike in Huntington, the restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes, including brie …

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An authentic Italian restaurant in the heights – Ben Berg’s Trattoria Sofia relies on real experts

OYou could say it took a proverbial village for prolific restaurateur Benjamin Berg to launch his latest restaurant in Houston. Trattoria Sofia is located up high, but it would be at home in a small market town outside of Palermo, or in a remote hamlet high in the hills of …

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Food delivery is a big mess. Here’s how companies are doing.

But there was a reason many restaurants hadn’t focused on delivery before the pandemic: delivery is a pain. It’s expensive, because restaurants have to hire drivers or outsource to third-party vendors like DoorDash (HYPHEN) Where Grubhub (WORM), who charge fees that cut into their already wafer-thin margins. It’s also stressful …

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Dallas-based Korean fried chicken chain brings the hot spice to Frisco

International fried chicken chain bonchon, known for its unique and spicy Korean-style fried chicken, is opening its first Frisco location at 4760 Preston Rd., #228, in a Tom Thumb Mall at Lebanon Road. They take a storefront that used to be a Chinese restaurant called Hong Kong Express. It is …

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HORIZONS 2022: 7 Kitchens Buffet will open in April at Turning Stone

VERONA – 7 Kitchens Buffet and its Executive Chef Dustin Tuthill seek to redefine the typical restaurant experience for customers and employees. Born and raised in central New York, Tuthill began his career at Oneida Nation Enterprise 18 years ago, making fudge at Turning Stone Casino’s Opal’s Confectionery. “When I …

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Where you should wear a mask (or not) in New York

As the Omicron surge wanes in many parts of the country, state and local authorities, including in New York, have begun to roll back mask mandates. Coronavirus cases in New York have dropped 62% in the past two weeks and hospitalizations have fallen 48%, according to federal data. About 77% …

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The Wrap: New restaurants and food stores, fundraisers, Ninety Nine reasons to love Maine spuds

Yeast-battered fish and hand-cut fries from Fish & Whistle in Biddeford. Photo credit: Andrew Dickinson While many Maine restaurants celebrate seafood, fish and chips are oddly underrated in the local dining scene. But the iconic dish will soon get its due as a team of husband-wife chefs plan to open …

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New York City debates permanent decision to keep outdoor dining structures despite criticism | News

anchor Big changes to the Big Apple’s outdoor dining scene are on the table — including a plan to get rid of its popular, but controversial, outdoor dining sheds. The head of the city’s transportation department’s open restaurant program told a city council committee on …

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15 Best Super Bowl 2022 Special Dishes

Over the years, the Super Bowl has become nothing less than a family celebration. And, with any holiday celebration, tasty food is a must. Luckily, knowing how many people will want to focus all of their attention on the big game (as opposed to, you know, cooking full meals), many …

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NYC outdoor catering sheds could end as program becomes permanent

NEW YORK CITY — They’ve kept restaurants afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. They pushed into the streets of the five boroughs. They sheltered starving New Yorkers during blizzards and heat waves. But the outdoor sheds may not fit into New York’s planned permanent outdoor dining program, officials said this week. …

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Eric Adams, a declared vegan, has a confession to make

For much of his recent public life, Mayor Eric Adams has loudly proclaimed that he loves salads, beets, lentils and green smoothies and that his diet transformation has changed his life. But on Monday, Mr Adams, New York’s first allegedly vegan mayor, was confronted with multiple accounts of his fish …

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Leopard at Artists New York City Review

Few restaurants have the rich history of New York’s Artists Café. Housed in the Hôtel Des Artistes, one of the city’s illustrious “studio” buildings known for its creative residents, the café was the communal restaurant (the apartments had no kitchen) for tenants such as the dancer Isadora Duncan, playwright Noel …

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You can get married at Brooklyn pizzeria L’Industrie this Valentine’s Day

Now that would make a very memorable wedding. Popular Brooklyn pizzeria L’Industrie is transforming into a pop-up chapel this Valentine’s Day and New Yorkers with a flair for creation can get married there by booking their nuptials through OpenTable. Fair warning: There are only 14 spots available, so you’re going …

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Kenny & Ziggy’s new location opens this week with new amenities and a Broadway theme

Ziggy Gruber holding a giant pickle at the new Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen restaurant, 1743 Post Oak, in Luby’s former location. It opens to the public on Wednesday, February 2. Photo: Karen Warren/Staff Photographer Ziggy Gruber holds a 3-foot-long pickle, one of his favorite accessories from his life …

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Potential Growth of $2.95 in Restaurant Management Software Market | More than 17,000 Technavio reports

NEW YORK, January 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The latest market outlook report titled “Restaurant Management Software Market by Deployment and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2021-2025has been added to Technavio’s catalog. This recent market analysis report identifies the market as witnessing a potential growth difference of $2.95 billion from 2002 …

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7 On Your Side: Astoria Restaurant Loses Weekend of Business Due to Untimely Gas Inspection

ASTORIA, Queens (WABC) — A New York restaurant owner was left confused and frustrated after a spurious gas inspection cost her an entire weekend of business. 7 On Your Side’s Nina Pineda stepped in to help after a Friday afternoon gas inspection left Telly’s Taverna owner Dianna Loiselle in tears. …

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Segmentation by Service (Food Service, Take-out Service, Drive-Thru, and Home Delivery Service) and Geography (North America, APAC, Europe, South America, and MEA) — Forecast to 2025 | Technavio

NEW YORK, January 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The fast food market is segmented into two categories based on the service (home care and design, repair and maintenance, health, wellness and beauty, and others) and geographic (APAC, North America, Europe, South Americaand MEA). Market share is expected to grow by $119.20 …

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Covid News: China lifts lockdown on Xi’an residents

PictureSubway passengers wearing masks in Lower Manhattan in December.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times A New York state judge ruled on Monday that the state’s mask mandate was illegally enacted and is now void, according to court documents. Governor Kathy Hochul had renewed a rule requiring masks or proof …

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🌱 Huntington Daily: LI Restaurant Week in Town + 5 Homes For Sale

Happy Monday, Huntington! Let’s start this day. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly cloudy and sunny. High: 32 Low: 26. Here are the top 3 stories from today in Huntington: Browse 5 new homes on the market in the …

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Soul Island cooking with New Orleans flair ignites this tiny Mid-City restaurant | Where NOLA eats

The opening menu for Lisa “Queen Trini” Nelson’s new Mid-City restaurant is short, but it deserves special attention from diners. Even people familiar with the cuisine of Nelson’s native Trinidad and Tobago will find unfamiliar and singular dishes here. Lisa Nelson (left) and her daughter Jamila at Queen Trini Lisa, …

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The Surge: how to help local restaurants

Everyone is exhausted. I hardly feel like writing this, because I too am exhausted. Not just because of the omicron I currently house in my vaxed and boosted body, but because of fear, worry, confusion, and just: all of it. And yet, how not to do it? Tomorrow marks the …

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Covid News: Cases in New York continue to drop

People line up to be tested for the coronavirus at a testing site in Miami earlier this month.Credit…Scott McIntyre for The New York Times Dr. Vivek Murthy, the U.S. surgeon general, warned on Sunday that the spike in Omicron coronavirus cases had yet to peak nationwide, saying the next few …

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Restaurant closings in New York, January 2022

Nearly two years after restaurants inside New York were first closed, 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 …

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10 Best Places for Vegan Ethiopian Food in NYC

Ethiopian cuisine is one of the most flavorful and intimate cuisines in the world. Not only do spices appeal to the senses, but they are meant to be shared and consumed with your hands, scooped up in handfuls of injera (fermented Ethiopian flatbread). Now that restaurants in New York are …

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ItsaCheckmate and Grubhub further simplify CNC and menu management for restaurateurs

Menus and orders through Grubhub can now be streamlined by ItsaCheckmate, simplifying menu management and removing the need for multiple tablets New York, New York (RestaurantNews.com) It’s a checkmate, the global leader in digital menu and control streamlining technologies, today announced a [expanded] partnership with Grubhub, one of the leading …

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