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51 min ago | Island Gazette Newspaper Online
Pop's Diner is at 104 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach. The diner opens at 11 a.m. and is open seven days year round.
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51 min ago | The News-Press
It might tend to bring a smile to the faces of food snobs, but locals will wholeheartedly back the slogan of the Collier Boulevard Kwik Stop's new "food court" -- gourmet to go.
2 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
It won't be there when you sit down; you can't request it. It's gone - and has been since January, when the highly revered, eclectic American restaurant in Rutherford switched from a solely prix-fixe menu to a weeknight la carte menu.
7 hrs ago | Patch.com
Patch Staff Report The Bishop, an Avondale Estates restaurant and bar set to debut this April, has introduced its food and beverage offerings.
Ryan DuVall, restaurant critic for The Journal Gazette, was a "foodie" long before joining The Journal Gazette in 1999.
Not everyone enjoys cooking, which is why Gerald Coakley decided to open Heirloom Kitchen, a new food concept that sources from local farms to prepare meals hot, refrigerated, or frozen for take-out or delivery.
On a quiet Tuesday night, your Spy and companions entered the Cantonese and Peking Restaurant in Burton Road, Littleover.
By SARAH TINCHER Marylanders - lawmakers included - take their crabs very seriously, which prompted a legislative proposal that would let residents know when their "Maryland style" crabcakes aren't the real deal.
Harish Anada and Meena Anada, owners of Little India restaurant, 1604 Washington St. East, showcase two of the gluten free menu items available.
Call it a barbecue joint with buzz. Mention Food & Fire BBQ Taphouse, and plenty of people have something to say.
Fresh Maine lobster, served either steamed or grilled, is featured on the Menu at Umi Sushi & Oyster Bar at Pechanga Resort & Casino.
March is Portland Dining Month with 90 restaurants offering $29 three-course dinners.
The first dish Chef Ralph Scamardella ever created was lentils and macaroni. He was 12 years old and in his mother's Brooklyn kitchen.
For those New Yorkers not fortunate enough to escape the chilly weather for sunnier climes this winter, seafood restaurant Extra Fancy in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, can offer a hint of the boardwalk-at least until you have to go outside again.
From its beginnings as a student hangout to its current incarnation as a brew house, Ben's has always been a go-to kind of place - a place you could take your parents or meet friends after a hard day of studying.
Observing Catholics will be eating meatless dinners for the next seven Fridays. Details about this and other Lenten practices can be found on the American Catholic website.