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When Slurping Turtle Japanese restaurant opens in Ann Arbor on Monday, restaurateur Takashi Yagihashi hopes for the same welcome he got from diners when he opened the original in Chicago in 2011.
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AFTER 22 years working as a server and bartender, I became a restaurant owner in 2011.
According to a story in the Washington City Paper, D.C. has an epidemic of sex in restaurant bathrooms .
According to a story in the Washington City Paper, D.C. has an epidemic of sex in restaurant bathrooms.
Opened in an alley next to Dunhua South Road, VIVO is a Spanish restaurant with a heightened aesthetic sense as its brand philosophy.
Three days later, it still seemed like a dream. Ellen DeGeneres yelling for him - Derrick Walton, c'mon down.
A restaurant owner who allegedly paid to have a 9-year-old girl smuggled into the country from El Salvador, then forced the child to work at her restaurant and in her home, pleaded not guilty today to one felony count each of human trafficking and slavery, as did her live-in boyfriend.
I received an email from a reader yesterday who took exception with my review of Peche Seafood Grill on the grounds that Donald Link is one of its owners.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland has said the ban of alcohol sales on Good Friday is unacceptable at a busy time for the tourism, restaurant and hospitality sector.
We see successful celebrity ventures all the time, but stars aren't immune to dismal profit margins - quite the opposite.
The new owners - all St. Paulites - will combine the old with the new in a reboot of the venerable Lexington Restaurant.
A Sausalito restaurant manager arrested on allegations of raping a job seeker will not be charged in the case, the district attorney's office said Thursday.
When a fire hydrant crashed through the window of a Rhode Island restaurant managers said for the first time they were glad they had no customers.
The "American Idol" and "Smash" alum proves it Sunday in ABC's "In My Dreams," a new "Hallmark Hall of Fame" fantasy-drama casting her as a restaurateur destined to find romance only -- you guessed it -- in her dreams, unless she and the man who's mutually dreaming of her meet in real life within a one-week window.
At the beginning of the month, New York City's first paid sick leave law went into effect , requiring all businesses with five or more employees to provide their workers with up to five paid sick days.
Cafe owner Toni Falconi, his sister Antonia Asconi, Councillor Anne Hawkesworth and Francesca Falconi, daughter of Mr Falconi, last year Plans to extend a snack kiosk by the Cow and Calf Rocks landmark and create an indoor seating area for visitors have been turned down by district planners.
Pho Vietnam has reopened at its new location in the Colemans building, after being forced out of its previous location in February.