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The owners of the Snowdonia Pub in Queens have offered an alternative menu for April 20, which appears to have been designed with a certain population in mind.
THEIR TRADITION DATES BACK TO ANCIENT TIMES WHEN OWNERS SOUGHT DIVINE HELP FOR THEIR ANIMALS.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries is one of the fastest-growing restaurant operations in the country.
Ryan DuVall, restaurant critic for The Journal Gazette, was a "foodie" long before joining The Journal Gazette in 1999.
The Celebration of Cuisines program continues at Nao with a Chilean menu that launched Tuesday and will run for six weeks until May 26. In an effort to explore new flavors from Latin America Nao is introducing different menus inspired by various regions and headed by Executive Chef Geronimo Lopez.
Like Forrest Gump, South Beach Market prepares their fresh seafood in just about every way possible.
The mayor of a small town in the Philadelphia suburbs can offer a guarantee to his constituents: He won't be going to bed hungry.
A LANDLORD is determined to revive the fortunes of a Darlington pub despite knowing that the main road leading to it will be closed for a year.
The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services is asking more facilities to join the Promoting Excellent Alternatives in Kansas Nursing Homes program, commonly known as PEAK.
The latest food craze to hit Colorado? The waffle sandwich. If you've never had one, then you're in for a treat: Southern California-based Bruxie has perfected the recipe.
"I'm a really healthy, boring eater: fish, veggies, plain salads, but when it comes to desserts Lauren trails off.
The menu covered all the basics , had lots of lunch-sounding suggestions and threw in a few of Nana's favourites like corned beef hashcakes and devilled kidneys.
From left, Charlotte Goddard, Monty Hadrill and Grant Angell behind the pumps at The Bell By The Green By PAUL MORRIS The new man in charge of The Bell by the Green is keeping his fingers crossed for warm weather this Easter to make the most of a revamp of the pub's garden.
There's steak and eggs . There are frites . But there are plenty of other choices, too.