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

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

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It’s time for vegan dim sum

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

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Seafood restaurants, businesses facing oyster shortages

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

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Houston Coffee Shop Southside Espresso bids involuntary farewell to Montrose

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Chicago Joe’s Auction: “Everything is sold”

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

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The best restaurants in Amsterdam, according to Tripadvisor

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

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Dine Brands plans to ‘expand’ its takeout business

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

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

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

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Here are 23 newly acclaimed spots – NBC Chicago

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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15 High-End Sonoma Restaurants Worth Trying

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Lazy lobster! – The New York Times

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

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An exciting new culinary experience opens its doors in Dijon

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

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South Carolina Senate’s only black Republican sworn in

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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TV drama about the developing New York restaurant Russ & Daughters

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

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Rose J. La Rocca Obituary

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

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

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

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

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

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Shenarri Freeman’s Grub Street Diet

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

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Internet chat is farmworkers’ best ally in feud with Newsom

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

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

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

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

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

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Summary “Before I die”: episode 2

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Immersive Frida Kahlo Experience Kicks Off Chicago Restaurant Week

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

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Live Covid-19 Updates: Vaccine News and Moderna Warrants

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Where is the action? It’s always Las Vegas

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

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

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

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WeHo Cannabis Lounge promises skyline views and private dining

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

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create restaurants: Notice of Borrowing and Repayment of Funds

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

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Chicago restaurants vying for top James Beard awards | Chicago News

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

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

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

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Restaurants reflect two years after COVID-19 hit Wisconsin

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

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Despite recovery, San Diego economy remains ‘fragile’

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

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

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

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Restaurants around New York raise funds for Ukraine

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

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The Congressional spending bill battle had a message for Main Street

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

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New Development Bringing More Retail to Northwest Indiana, Including More Upscale Stores | Northwest Indiana Commercial Securities

Northwest Indiana continued to attract new retail businesses in 2021, even as the sector was reshaped by e-commerce. The region’s retail sector has grown in importance. Long home to Indiana’s second-largest enclosed mall after Castleton Square Mall in Indianapolis, northwest Indiana has become a retail hub that draws shoppers from …

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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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Lamont pushes tax cuts during stops in the borough, Southbury, Beacon Falls

SOUTHBURY — Governor Ned Lamont speaks with Heritage Village residents Steve Kovacs (right) and Daniel Bacon (centre) in Southbury on Monday. Steve Bigham Republican-American By Andreas Yilma New citizens and Steve Bigham Republican-American NAUGATUCK — Governor Ned Lamont made stops in Southbury, Beacon Falls and around the borough on Monday …

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Mexican restaurant in Peters just got off to a warm start | Business

It’s a story of hearts and flowers – and why not? It starts on Valentine’s Day. Business partners Adi Karamcheti and Fidel Valdovinos were gearing up for a soft opening at La Calera Mexican Bar and Grill that day. “We wanted to solve the problems,” Karamcheti said. “My wife (Erenia) …

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Russian restaurant in Chicago debates name change amid online hate

In the United States, restaurants selling Russian food or products have faced online hate. Russian Tea Time in Chicago received threatening phone calls. The owner told Insider that she is considering changing the property’s name for the safety of her staff. Loading Something is loading. Two to three people call …

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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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How LA restaurants are doing #CookForUkraine this weekend

This weekend, several Los Angeles chefs and restaurants are joining the international restaurant industry and the global culinary movement to #CookForUkraine, a humanitarian aid initiative that first began as a UK crowdfunding effort by UNICEF launched by London-based chefs Olia Hercules and Alissa Timoshkina. The couple, respectively Ukrainian and Russian, …

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CARROLS RESTAURANT GROUP, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

Our fiscal years consist of 52 or 53 weeks ending on the Sunday closest to the 31st of December. The year closed January 2, 2022 contained 52 weeks and the fiscal year ended January 3, 2021 contained 53 weeks. introduction We are a holding company and conduct all of our …

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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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Former employee sues Ace Hotel, alleging defamation and corporate negligence

When Claire Henry started working as Director of Marketing and Programming at Chicago’s Ace Hotel shortly after it opened in Fulton Market in the fall of 2017, she was excited about the possibility of creating a space where all kinds of people could come together to enjoy music, art and …

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What $900,000 buys you in Virginia, Louisiana and New Jersey

Hopewell, Virginia | $895,000 A 1912 Greek Revival house, with five bedrooms and three bathrooms, on a 1.1 acre lot This house, known as Miami Lodge, has been owned by the same family for 60 years. Aside from fresh paint and updated structural systems, it has remained virtually unchanged since …

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Federal case in Charlotte could set precedent nationwide

(QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Seven days ago, President Joe Biden warned people. “The Watch Dogs are back and we’re going to prosecute the criminals who stole billions in relief money meant for small businesses and millions of Americans,” Biden said during the state of the day address. Union. The crackdown …

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Skokie Village Council Approves New Sales Tax for Old Orchard Mall – NBC Chicago

Shoppers will pay even more to shop at a popular suburban mall. Skokie Village Council on Monday approved an additional 1% sales tax for the Old Orchard shopping centre. The tax, according to village officials, is intended to “help modernize and revitalize the center”. Council members called the property “rundown”, …

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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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The restaurant removes “poutine” from the menu because it looks like Poutine

A Canadian restaurant is temporarily renaming its signature dish in a symbolic gesture. (Photo: Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) — A Canadian restaurant that claims to have invented the poutine dish is now calling it something quite different. Le Roy Jucep, located in the French-speaking province of Quebec, has announced that it …

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Mom reveals how she paid off $137,000 debt

When we want we can. This might be the perfect one-liner to describe Brandyn Rodriguez and her journey to paying off $137,000 in debt. “Getting into debt wasn’t hard. You name it, I had it, student loans, car payments, medical bills, credit cards, everything,” Rodriguez, 38, said. to “Good Morning …

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A note on how to report armadillos in Illinois, a well-photographed Cooper’s hawk, and thoughts on record-breaking smallmouth bass and northern pike in Illinois are among Chicago’s notes outside and beyond.

The notes come from outside Chicago and beyond. LAST WORD “If you have recently seen an armadillo in Illinois, please REPORT the sighting to IDNR at this link [wildlifeillinois.org/gallery/mammals/other-mammals/armadillo/]. Thank you.” My favorite social media post from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, February 19 on Facebook Cooper’s Hawk of …

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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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Food view: restaurants in Bridgehampton and more

Check out restaurants in Bridgehampton, Jamaican dishes at Center Moriches, Key Lime Coconut cookies at Tate and more at East End “Food Seen”. Bridgehampton is full of little shops, history and your next great meal. If you like Greek food then you will love it Elaia Estiatorio. It was included …

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The first two years | News, Sports, Jobs

-Submitted graphic This rendering shows what the new strip mall under construction at Corridor Plaza in Fort Dodge will look like. It will be on the east side of the property, near South 29th Street. Teriyaki Madness and Clean Laundry are the first businesses set to move into the mall …

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Andros Taverna is Hosting a Fundraiser in Honor of the Historic District’s Greek Restaurant, Terminal

In honor of the historic Terminal restaurant, which operated in Logan Square from 1911 until the 1970s, Andros Taverna will host Terminal Night on March 14 with a special Mezze Monday menu, as well as a cocktail menu with contributions from some of the restaurants and current favorite bars of …

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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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A couple is building a restaurant inspired by the Guadalupe Valley in their La Puente garden

All it takes is a backyard, a Santa Maria grill, and a wood-burning brick oven to turn this La Puente backyard into a charming sit-down restaurant. Campo é Carbón comes from Adriana Alvarez and Chef Ulysses Gálvez, who came up with the idea for a backyard restaurant after a 2019 …

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Finance Kitchen to launch a hospitality-focused P2P lender

Specialist finance broker Finance Kitchen is set to launch its own loan portfolio to fund loans for the hospitality industry. These loans will be funded partly by block discounting and partly by peer-to-peer investments. The new lender aims to help small independent hotel operators looking to acquire and develop new …

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A new English football pub and chic upstairs cocktail bar are coming soon to Lincoln Park

The veteran publicans and spouses behind one of Chicago’s top football bars are set to launch a new English-style tavern this month, bringing their popular take on the country’s pub culture to the edge of Lincoln Park. Partners Jamie Hale and Julia Shell are aiming for an early March opening …

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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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Crime and Public Safety News in La Jolla: American Pizza Manufacturing Vandalized; coronavirus numbers; blotter

American Pizza Manufacturing vandalized The American Pizza Manufacturing restaurant at 7402 La Jolla Blvd. has been vandalized twice in recent weeks, the first time when windows were smashed and the second time when graffiti was sprayed on one of the exterior walls. Both incidents involved a single person acting at …

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$50,000 grant in Lebanon awarded to developers of The Old Mill | WJHL

LEBANON, Va. (WJHL) — The City of Lebanon has officially awarded its $50,000 Downtown Restaurant Incentive Grant to one lucky entrepreneur. After experiencing an increase in the number of grant applicants, the city extended the submission deadline to February 14. City manager Drew Shortt said they had gone from three …

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“It’s like lifting a weight”

Chicago unmasked on day one: Restaurant owners and customers react to being maskless Matthew Gutowski, one of Replay’s leaders in Andersonville, says it’s a relief not having to check people’s vaccination status. CHICAGO – Matthew Gutowski, one of Replay’s leaders in Andersonville, says it’s a relief not having to check …

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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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North Miami Beach La Granja, Miami Church’s Chicken closed last week

Below is a list of locations that were closed in the past week by inspectors from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. All of the venues mentioned below have been allowed to reopen after an orderly cleaning and re-inspection. According to state records, no restaurant kitchens were closed …

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CAPITAL IDEAS: You’ll pay more, and you’ll love it!

Usually, when inflation rises, consumers change their buying habits. If beef prices rise, consumers buy more chicken. Or, if kids’ shoes are too expensive at Macy’s, parents can go to Target or Walmart. Usually this does not happen in this cycle. I present these specific names as conceptual examples. Walmart …

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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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McGuirk’s Ocean View Hotel & Restaurant honored

Angeljean Chiaramida | [email protected] HAMPTON — The McGuirk family has been in business in Hampton Beach for decades, and this year the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes their contributions to the community. McGuirk’s Ocean View Hotel & Restaurant will be named the Chamber’s 2022 Business of the Year at …

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Vision 2022 | ‘Shock for the system’: Banks swimming in deposits, but facing low net interest margins | News

Rising deposits, tight interest margins, increased preference for digital banking – the past two years since the pandemic began have brought a lot of change to community banks. Fiscal stimulus provided by the federal government has worked its way through the banking system, bolstering deposits, said Jeffrey A. Stopko, president …

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“Ukrainians, the world is with you”: Chicago’s Tea Time Russian restaurant denounces the invasion of Ukraine and the policy of the Russian government

CHICAGO (CBS Chicago/CBS News) — The owners of the downtown Russian Tea Time restaurant issued a statement this week denouncing the invasion of Ukraine and the policies of the Russian government. The letter said: “Dear patrons and friends of the RTT, “We are heartbroken by the recent news; our thoughts …

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The Landmark Miller Bakery Cafe to be relaunched with a new coffee bar concept | Northwest Indiana Commercial Securities

McGowan & Sons, a seafood market in Valparaiso, has expanded its operations to include cooking classes, a new take-out menu, lobster rolls, wine tastings and fish fries on Fridays. The business located at 1607 Burlington Beach Road specializes in fresh seafood, including catch of the day, meal kits and freshly …

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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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La Grange ready to serve Restaurant Week!

19 family restaurants will take foodies on a diverse culinary adventure by: Janye Killelea Job : February 24, 2022 / 4:15 p.m. CST / Update: February 24, 2022 / 4:15 p.m. CST LA GRANGE, IL – Foodies rejoice! Restaurant week is on the menu in the suburb of La Grange. …

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Local restaurant benefits from program committed to saving black-owned businesses

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, 41% of black-owned businesses have closed since the start of the pandemic compared to 17% of white businesses. The National Urban League and Pepsi have teamed up to reverse that trend by committing $10 million, over the next five …

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