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1 min ago | River Front Times
Regina Davis wants to bring made-from-scratch savory dishes and tasty desserts to Maplewood.
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4 hrs ago | Ilkley Gazette
The Michelin-starred Box Tree restaurant has teamed up with neighbouring Ilkley Brewery and renowned beer sommALEier, Melissa Cole, to host a beer and food-matched dinner on Wednesday, March 26. This will be Ilkley Brewery's second collaboration with the Skipton Road restaurant; a move which demonstrates its ongoing engagement with, and commitment ... (more)
7 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
Holy shamrocks, where did the time go?! It seems spring, at least according to the calendar, is about a week away and St. Patrick's Day, though officially on Monday, is being celebrated nearly all month long.
Initially, it was the spelling of The Drunken Munkey that pulled me in the door.
Just months after opening Ingo's Tasty Food across from La Grande Orange Grocery, LGO Hospitality has announced plans to open another restaurant in the Arcadia neighborhood.
North Carolina native Wade New came to New Jersey for a girl, but fell in love with the Garden State.
For some reason, sports in Indianapolis get all the attention. But instead of focusing on the Indy 500 or the Colts, we should start paying attention to the Midwestern capital city's food scene.
Boston's got some serious dining chops, but chasing down the latest restaurant opening, the newest hot chef or the trendiest ingredient can be exhausting.
Things are starting to heat up around town. Not the weather, but definitely the restaurant scene.
There once was a day in which people would scoff at the mere mention of raw fish; sushi was considered an exotic cuisine for risky foodies.
It's a stunning transformation. The two-story space on the corner of Fourth and Lafayette in downtown Royal Oak where Bistro 82 and the upstairs Sabrage are taking root could win an architectural award as well as a culinary one for its clean, contemporary look.
Before becoming a Mexican restaurant, the Lupita's building was a barber shop. "My older customers have said they used to get haircuts here."
Great food is what makes a great meal. Consistency is what makes a great restaurant.
Inspired by her global culinary travels, executive chef Paramita Roy has unveiled Kanishka's, a Walnut Creek "neo-Indian" gastropub that fuses traditional small plates with the Bengali street food flavors of Roy's native Kolkata.
A savvy Rhode Islander knows when to hit Newport to beat the crowds. One of the best off-season Newport spots is Tavern on Broadway , a grille-style restaurant and bar perfect for a night out with friends or a special someone.
In May, British chef James Lowe is set to open his highly anticipated first solo venture in East London, years after gaining an international following as part of The Young Turks cooking collective.
Far from the expectant gaze of major restaurant critics and the accompanying pressure to produce the Next Big Thing, this little-big city offers chefs a unique opportunity - the chance to experiment with less fear of scathing reviews, empty tables and For Sale signs after an adventurous flop.