Black Restaurant Week launches a new program

By Sara Edwards Contributing editor of the weekly Pasadena BMiss Restaurant Week is launching a new campaign, No Crumb Left Behind, to help black-owned small businesses across the country recover from the pandemic and connect them to new resources. BRW was founded in Houston in 2016 by Warren Luckett, Falayn …

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Saweetie partners with McDonald’s for special menu

McDonald’s is teaming up with hip-hop artist Saweetie for their next celebrity menu collaboration. The fast food chain announced Thursday that the “Saweetie Meal” will arrive at participating restaurants nationwide starting August 9. It includes a Big Mac, four Chicken McNuggets, Medium Fries, Medium Sprite, Tangy BBQ Sauce and “Saweetie …

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5 Chicago restaurant concepts are coming to Purdue University

Photo courtesy of Cornerstone Restaurant Group Cornerstone Restaurant Group, which operates Michael Jordan’s Steak House, Urbanbelly and a number of other restaurants in Chicago, is opening five concepts at Purdue Memorial Union, located on the university’s campus in West Lafayette, Indiana. CRG is partnering with Aramark, Purdue’s food service provider, …

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New York Restaurant Week returns as dining rooms reopen

The famous New York Restaurant Week is back for a summer 2021 edition, from July 19 to August 22. Locals and visitors can choose from over 500 participants, including over 25 Wine spectator Restaurant Award-winning destinations. Launched in 1992, Restaurant Week showcases the city’s vibrant dining scene, making restaurant dining …

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Little Chicago to close after 16 years | Local

Little Chicago open sign in Mason City. Little Chicago owner Darin Reynolds is being held at his company’s new location on Tuesday at 1343 N. Federal Ave in Mason City. Darin Reynolds, left, and her brother, Derek Reynolds, cook gyros and pizza at their Mason City restaurant, Little Chicago, in …

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How servers in New York took over

New York City’s recovery will largely depend on the success of a restaurant industry now forced to expand its definition of prosperity to include the capacity of workers, both front and back. the house, to live decently. In this case, the rhetoric of returning to normal is inappropriate, because “normal” …

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Some restaurants in central Pennsylvania received millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds: here’s who has the most

Dozens of food and beverage companies in central Pennsylvania have received grants from the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. July 9, US Small Business Administration released a database of more than 100,000 businesses nationwide approved to receive the grants through the Food Industry Stimulus Program. Several types of food businesses, including caterers, …

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Circle Announces Details: Crypto-Based Expansion

Less than a month after obtaining regulatory approval to offer a high-yield crypto product in Bermuda, FinTech Circle announced more details of its previously disclosed plans to expand its operations in the country. According to the circle ad, new hires will be in compliance, operations and customer service. The product, …

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Restaurant inspections – July 18

Restaurant inspection Editor’s Note: The information below has been compiled from reports from the Bartholomew County Health Department. Critical violations can put clients at risk for illness and typically need to be corrected immediately or within days. Non-critical violations, if left untreated, can lead to critical violations or increase the …

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Lady Tron’s reopens in downtown New Albany

July 15 – NEW ALBANY – A downtown New Albany soup and sandwich shop has reopened for the first time since it closed during the pandemic. Lady Tron Streets of Market and Bank Streets reopened on Thursday after closing in March 2020. Summer Sieg, owner and chef of Lady Tron, …

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Are outdoor dining in New York permanent?

What does eternity mean to you? Is this the logical conclusion of a love story, an optimistic view of the afterlife, or rush hour hyperbole? Specifically, and to borrow a word from Mayor de Blasio about alfresco dining, what does something permanent? A promise, an affirmation, a simple hope printed …

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Biden signs bill to tackle predatory lending

In recent years, consumer credit protections have withered due to a series of harsh attacks that have either outright dismissed or significantly reduced financial safeguards in the market. But yet another victory for consumers, spurred on by a wave of support from ordinary citizens, academics and bicameral lawmakers, signals an …

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6 things to do this weekend in Cleveland: July 16-18

Dip into the Great Kitchen, enjoy a night of illuminated wonders, and celebrate John Glenn’s legacy this weekend in Cleveland. Asian Lantern Festival at the Cleveland Metroparks ZooImagine strolling through a canopy of vines dripping with twinkling lights. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is hosting the awe-inspiring spectacle of the fourth …

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The five best places to eat in Portland this week

4055 Mercantile Drive, Suite 180, 503-305-5298, tastylakeoswego.com. 5 pm-10pm Thursday-Friday, 9 am-2pm Saturday-Sunday. The Tasty brand is revived. The latest iteration of Tasty opened earlier this month in the new Mercato Grove development on Lake Oswego, run by two Toro Bravo alumni. If you’ve ever treated yourself to a steak …

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Break-Chicago’s largest outdoor patio restaurant

home “” Local News “” Break – Chicago’s largest outdoor patio restaurant The first time you see Recess’s outdoor patio, you might think it was specially designed to meet pandemic-related seating restrictions and social distancing requirements imposed earlier this year. Seriously, why do restaurants need an outdoor patio larger than …

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Taste of Chicago To-Go returns this week with a full schedule of events – NBC Chicago

Taste of Chicago on-the-go returns this week with music, dance and food events across town. The week-long summer event, July 7-11, will feature nearly 40 participating restaurants, cooking demonstrations, Community Eats serving local nonprofits, and pop music performances. up at participating restaurants across town, featuring artists from the Chicago Band. …

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Are masks a new signifier of social class?

One recent Sunday night at Bilboquet, a must-see restaurant in the Hamptons, well-to-do diners munched on $ 475 cans of Osetra caviar. A handsome man showed his gold Audemars Piguet watch to his brilliant companion. A group of 10 people dressed in striped polo shirts and rompers danced to a …

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CicLAvia returns to Los Angeles County

CicLAvia, the open street bike festival, returns to Los Angeles County after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first events will take place on August 15 in Wilmington, on October 10 in downtown Los Angeles and on December 5 in South Los Angeles, the non-profit organization that hosts …

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Watch Now: Illinois Restaurants Receive $ 1.4 Billion In Funding Before Federal Program Runs Out | State and regional

Governor Pritzker joins the US Small Business Administration to stop at a small business affected by the pandemic, La Catedral Café & Restaurant in Chicago. Small Business Administration chief Isabel Guzman visited Chicago on Friday as thousands of the city’s restaurateurs digested some bad news. The SBA has announced that …

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Why is there a shortage of blue crab in Maryland?

“We send our children to school, we send them to university,” he said. “A person doesn’t go to high school, elementary school or community college for a certain type of fishing and becomes a waterman. Your kids aren’t learning to pick crabs. Seasonal workers, he said, have traditionally filled a …

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Serving hot meals, dignity for OC’s most needy residents

As Orange County entered the long run of the COVID-19 pandemic last summer, a contingent of nonprofits, restaurants, philanthropists and volunteers teamed up to provide fresh meals and warm to residents whose food options were scarce. Deliver with dignity Orange County created a framework in which donors raised money to …

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Militia, 2 other people indicted in attack on BLM activist

Three people, including a high-profile member of the Northern California militia, have been charged with an attack on a Black Lives Matter activist at his workplace, the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office said this week. Carlos Zapata, an outspoken member of the Cottonwood militia, was charged with assault and battery …

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Botrista raises $ 10 million for its beverage mixer robot

Photograph courtesy of Botrista Botrista, a startup that makes a beverage mixer robot, has raised $ 10 million to expand its technology nationwide. The Series A funding round was led by Pure Stone Capital and La Kaffa International, with contributions from the Sony Innovation Fund and catering equipment giant Middleby. …

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NY COVID by: Sunday June 27, 2021

NEW YORK – Find the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic in New York State and New York City, including data on positive cases and other indicators, as well as information from local authorities. States Reluctant to Adopt Digital Verification of COVID Vaccines Customers who wish to drink wine, dine, …

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