La Jolla Shores Board of Directors Prepares to Launch Phase 2 of Pottery Canyon Cleanup

Phase 2 of the Jolla Shores Association’s efforts to clean up Pottery Canyon took root on June 8 when the LJSA Board of Directors voted to form a task force to review next steps and propose a plan for the enforce. Phase 1 was a preliminary clearing of dead trees …

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Questionable Tribune hot dog recipes over the years

Although the Chicago-style hot dog is arguably the best hot dog in the country, for most of the 20th century, Tribune reporters and recipe writers mostly acted deeply embarrassed by the dish. “Americans in general and housewives in particular are failing in their duty to the hot dog,” begins a …

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Confusion over outdoor dining emerges as temporary permit expiration looms

As temporary permits for outdoor business operations approach their July 13 expiration date, there is confusion in La Jolla about the next steps to continue doing business on public property. The temporary permits, called TOBO, were established by the City of San Diego as an emergency measure during the COVID-19 …

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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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How can restaurateurs survive inflation?

Inflation is the highest it’s been in 40 years, and the prices Angelenos pay for locally made food, from street dogs to kimchi, are heading in one direction: up. While businesses that cater to well-heeled foodies can pass those higher costs onto consumers with no loss of business, that’s not …

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Property insurance does not cover restaurant ‘physical loss’ due to COVID-19

Based on the judge’s score, restaurants that bring COVID-19 business interruption cases against insurance companies have not beaten so far. (Photo: Mehaniq/Shutterstock) Courts continue to rule that businesses cannot recoup their financial losses from shutdowns during the pandemic under their professional liability policies. Judge Britt Grant’s opinion for the United …

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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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Audi partners with Michelin three-star restaurant Noma and global nonprofit MAD to spark conversations about sustainability

The partnership includes hosting a three-night noma dinner series at Los Angeles in July, hosting the first-ever MAD Monday event in Los Angeles and funding six scholars to attend the MAD Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark. nameThe three-star Michelin restaurant Noma and its founder, Danish chef René Redzepi, are known for …

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Small Business Restaurant Improvement Loans

If you’re a business owner in the restaurant industry, you understand the importance of keeping your restaurant up to date to be successful. Whether you’re opening a new restaurant, establishing a new location, or renovating an existing restaurant, a restaurant improvement loan and other financing options can help. Some financing …

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Beautiful Chicago Historic Homes For Sale – Chicago Magazine

Someone once told me on Twitter that “nostalgia is poison for cities”. While it’s important for cities to grow and progress, I’m not sure Rome, Venice, and pretty much the whole world would have survived without the power of tourism. This is also true for Chicago, a city that likes …

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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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A Louisiana chef shares his secrets and suggests seasonal recipes | Louisiana News

By JAN RISHER, the lawyer LAPLACE, La. (AP) — With the back-to-back punch of COVID-19 and Hurricane Ida, chef Jarred I. Zeringue decided it was time to shake things up — and finally get the book out. kitchen he had been working on for several years. Zeringue’s “Southern and Smoked: …

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Historic Almost Isle hotel to reopen with new restaurant and social mission

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — One of the newest business ventures in Près Isle is banking on an idea from Peru and Jamaica to breathe new life into downtown and bring a 90-year-old landmark into the 21st century. Ignite Almost Isle, a nonprofit community development organization, acquired the historic Northeastland Hotel …

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Restaurants face new challenges to survive after key legislation halts

Restaurants that have struggled to survive the pandemic now fear closing their doors permanently after the Senate effectively killed legislation that would have provided more funding. In May, the Senate failed to advance the Small Business COVID Relief Actwhich included $40 billion to reload the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) set …

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Chef Michael Lachowicz unveils new George Three, Barking

In April, chef Michael Lachowicz took to Facebook to announce a “seismic shift” at his two acclaimed restaurants in Winnetka, Barking and George Three. “A catapult-like thrust forward is needed,” he wrote, with “complete disregard for tire makers, New York aristocratic culinary royalty, or ratings of any kind outside of …

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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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Shangri-La Launches Shangri-La Circle Platform and Members Day

The group announces the transformation of the Golden Circle loyalty program and new monthly offers to bring even more value to members HONG KONG, June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Shangri-La has opened a new chapter in its pioneering Asian hospitality with the transformation of its award-winning hotel golden circle loyalty …

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Growing Forward: Risk and Reward

Companies venturing into the cannabis industry in New Mexico are likely learning how difficult it can be to secure capital, buildings, and insurance. Growing Forward, the collaborative podcast between NM Policy Report and New Mexico PBS, explored these topics in its latest episode. In late May, the New Mexico chapter …

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RTS and Rethink Food announce a partnership to prevent food waste and fight food insecurity

The two mission-driven organizations partner to rescue excess food and provide meals to food-insecure families NEW YORK, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Rethink food and RecycleTrack Systems, Inc. (RTS) today announced a strategic and operational partnership to help divert viable surplus food stocks into New York City away from landfills …

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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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Last opening: Le Pont Bistrot

What: A laid-back offshoot of upmarket London restaurant Le Pont de la Tour that takes inspiration from classic bistros and brasseries and serves “regional French dishes at accessible prices”. The Tower Bridge opened in 1991 in a former 19th century tea warehouse and is known for its riverside location with …

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How are small businesses using integrated finance?

As a small business, finding the right financial support can be difficult and time-consuming. From applying for a loan to finding the right kind of credit, navigating the financial landscape can be both difficult and confusing for many entrepreneurs. Fortunately, integrated financing makes it easier than ever for small businesses …

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Mike Copeland: Castillo 100th restaurants; New QT; room scholarships; Food halls; Overview of building permits | Local business news

Texas now has more Fortune 500 headquarters than any other state, with its 53 surpassing New York’s 51 and California’s 50, according to a press release from the office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Abbott credited the state’s “business-friendly climate and skilled labor force”, with no corporate or personal income …

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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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Analyst Updated EPS Estimates for May 27 (ASGN, AURA, BFRI, BKNIY, BNL, CD, CENTA, CFFN, CHUY, CMCO)

Analysts’ updated EPS estimates for Friday, May 27: ASGN (NYSE:ASGN) was downgraded by analysts from Zacks Investment Research from a buy rating to a hold rating. According to Zacks, “ASGN Incorporated provides IT and professional services in technology, digital, creative, engineering and life sciences to the commercial and government sectors. …

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Daniel Rose’s First LA Restaurant: Why It’s French Basque

In July, a bit of the Basque Country arrives in downtown Los Angeles in the form of a long-simmered chicken with Espelette pepper; green peppers stuffed with shallots, rice and cinnamon; and grilled duck breast with vine scraps and cherries. In a way, the European coastal region is, says Daniel …

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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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Scammers have taken advantage of the pandemic to cash in on taxpayers’ money

ST. LOUIS (KMOV) — Luxury cars, spending sprees and cash; everything has come easily to scammers during the pandemic. Now the government is cracking down on people who stole billions of tax dollars meant to help those financially impacted by Covid. But some wonder if the government was also partly …

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A quality bar from Bangers & Lace Crew will open on Diversey Avenue in Logan Square

LOGAN SQUARE – A neighborhood bar is coming to a hot stretch of Diversey Avenue from Logan Square. Chicago-based Footman Hospitality, the group behind many popular bars and restaurants on the Northwest Side, including Bangers & Lace, Bucktown Pub and Spilled Milk, is opening Quality Time Bar at 2934 W. …

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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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This week in LA restaurants: Carnitas darling El Momo adds first brick-and-mortar location

Carnitas El Momo the Acclaimed Acosta Family Carnitas Operation went from two taco carts to a full restaurant in Monterey Park. Carnitas El Momo – named after patriarch Romulo “Momo” Acosta – sells several cuts of pork that have been long simmered in classic copper cazos and can be served …

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How can I cancel my student loan? PSLF derogations and more

FG Commerce/Getty Images Despite calls for the US government to cancel all or part of federal student loans, there is no indication that such a decision is in the works. For now, millions of borrowers will have to resume student loan repayments when the current payment moratorium ends on September …

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Pheasant Run Resort fire investigation expected to last for weeks – Chicago Tribune

State officials are working with St. Charles Police and Fire Department to determine the cause of the massive fire at the former Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles over the weekend, with the investigation expected to last several weeks. The resort’s main lobby, its Bourbon Street area and the A, …

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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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‘Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy’ Season 2: What’s on the menu in London

(CNN) — Stanley Tucci’s search for Italy took him somewhere unexpected. A place that has more Italians than Bologna or Pisa, and the ancient Romans called it their last frontier. Welcome to London. Beyond the stereotypes of traditional British cuisine, Tucci discovered a vibrant culinary scene influenced by generations of …

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Cooking Oil Saver OiLCchef, Inspires Restaurant Owners with Hope and Saves 50% on Deep Fryer Oil Purchases at the NRA Show in Chicago

Eco-Friendly Options for the Foodservice Industry CEO and Sons at Expo Chicago 2022 OiLCChef provides the food service industry with an innovative and environmentally friendly device to save 50% on cooking oil in fryers, which doubles the life of frying oil Save 50% on cooking oil purchases for your deep …

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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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La Ingrata Tex-Mex restaurant opens in downtown Palestine | News

La Ingrata, a new tex-mex restaurant in downtown Palestine, located between the Historic Events Center and the Texas Theater at 205 W. Crawford St., officially opened on Friday, May 20. La Ingrata, which translates to “the ingrate”, is an authentic Tex-Mex restaurant founded by Juan Ramirez. Ramirez is from San …

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How Debt Stress Affects Body and Mind | Economic news

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know here. · Ciao! Sandwich Shoppe will open a second location on College Hill in Easton, replacing The Kettle Room · René and Grisellies Benique opened Cafe Ezekiel 47 at 10 S. Fifth Ave., near Fifth …

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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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What we know about federal charges

A federal trial is underway in Atlanta for reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley, who are accused of bank fraud and tax evasion. U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross said jury selection was scheduled to take place on Monday with opening statements expected on Tuesday. Here’s what we know about …

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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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Indo the future: explore the 3 Indonesian restaurants in Orange County

Why has Indonesian cuisine been just a footnote on the Southern California restaurant scene? Are the most unique ingredients, like kecap manisa thick soy sauce sweetened with palm sugar, and terasia smelly paste made from fermented shrimp, too exotic? After being used to Asian stir-fries like beef and broccoli, don’t …

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A look back at PPP’s legacy in Central Mass.

More than two years ago, small businesses in Greater Worcester and across the country suffered a devastating and unexpected blow to their operations. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the temporary closure of thousands of Worcester County businesses, many of which have had to close permanently. Businesses deemed non-essential, such as …

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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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Hospitality Industry Initiatives to Appear on Laguna Beach Voters’ Ballot

Laguna Beach residents will have plenty to decide the future of the city’s hotel industry as balloting for the November election is expected to feature two initiatives, one proposing new rules for hotel development and the other concerning hotel workers. The Orange County Registrar of Electors certified the ballot measures …

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The stars of ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ will be judged in Atlanta

ATLANTA — A federal trial for reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley on bank fraud and tax evasion charges is set to begin Monday in Atlanta. The trial begins just days after E! announced it was moving forward with a new dating series, “Love Limo,” hosted by Todd Chrisley …

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What McDonald’s Could Do Next in Russia

“It’s clear that this crisis is far from over,” Kempczinski said on the call. “With an ever-changing situation, we are analyzing our options and expect to provide clear guidance to investors and other stakeholders no later than the end of the second quarter.” Kempczinski declined to tell investors more about …

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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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Things to do in Rome in 2022: restaurants, attractions and more

With masking and vaccination requirements largely dropped in Italy and summer approaching, crowds of travelers have started to return to Rome’s Centro Storico – the area most dependent on tourism and hardest hit by the pandemic – according to hoteliers and other people working near the emblematic places of Rome. …

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Instacart gears up for IPO amid consumer pivot

Now might not be the best time for Instacart to enter the public market. After years of preparation, the grocery aggregator announced Thursday, May 12, a confidential filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering (IPO). Read more: Instacart launches long-awaited public offering Reports of …

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Cubs’ Seiya Suzuki: Padres’ Yu Darvish ‘good influence’ and ‘superstar’

SAN DIEGO — Padres pitcher Yu Darvish couldn’t help but take at least one shot when he hosted Cubs outfielder Seiya Suzuki in San Diego this week: “Hey, do you like the hot weather here?” In free agency this spring, Suzuki chose the Cubs, Darvish’s former team, over the Padres. …

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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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Blue Agave now open on East 4th Street (photos)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Blue Agave, a new taco and tequila concept, is now open on Cleveland’s bustling East 4th Street neighborhood in the former Zocalo space. The restaurant grew out of the partnership of restaurateurs behind other Mexican restaurants in northeast Ohio, including Tres Potrillos, Tito’s Mexican Grill, Tacologist, Blue …

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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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