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32 min ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
The illustrated dog portraits of Rafael Mantesso, a Brazilian restaurateur and editor-in-chief of a gastronomy marketing site, follows his pet bull terrier as he embarks on imaginative adventures thanks to a white board and black marker. Sometimes that's all that's needed when it comes to doing something new and challenging the norm.
4 hrs ago | Star Tribune
David Glass will run against St. Paul City Council Member Amy Brendmoen, whom he blames for helping bring down his business at Como Pavilion. A St. Paul cafe owner who recently settled his breach-of-contract case against the city for $800,000 says he's running against the City Council member he blames for starting the whole legal mess.
6 hrs ago | DNAinfo.com
Tak, 44, who just opened his first cafe on the Lower East Side, spent three months experimenting before finally making what he believes is the perfect dessert: a "creffle," a cross between a Belgian waffle, French crepe and Chinese eggette . "It's crispy on the outside [and] it's light and fluffy on the inside," said Tak, who named his newly opened Creffle Cafe , at 115 Stanton St., after the invention.
10 hrs ago | Business Journal
The first Blaze restaurant in Louisville opened in June in a 2,300-square-foot space in Shelbyville Road Plaza. Louisville-based Millennial Restaurant Group, which includes prominent restaurateurs Ulysses "Junior" Bridgeman and James A. Patterson , owns the franchise location as well as franchising rights for Kentucky, Tennessee and Florida.
14 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Two brothers charged for their roles in the death of Cleveland Heights restaurant owner Jim Brennan were indicted Monday and accused of robbing a gas station hours after Brennan was slain. A Cuyahoga County grand jury accused Devonne and Paul Turner of Cleveland with aggravated robbery in the heist at Gas Express at 3726 Clark Ave. on Cleveland's West Side on June 30. Officials said the men were captured on videotape.
17 hrs ago | South Coast Register
RAMPAGE: Bluedog Country Cafe owner Maralyn Moseley surveys the damage from Tuesday morning's break-in as Senior Constable Pep Reid photographs the area. THREE men using axes, and in one instance brandishing a shotgun, went on a rampage in the central Shoalhaven in the early hours of Tuesday, smashing their way into four The trail of destruction started at the Cooee Hotel at St Georges Basin shortly after 1.30am, moving to the Basin View General Store and then two businesses at Wandandian, property conveyancers Southern Property Transfers and the Bluedog Country Cafe.
Read Manassas author Belinda Miller's Winterfrost , part of the Phillip's Quest Series , and you may find yourself whipping up a batch of Ivy's Tater Dumplings with Phillip's Hazelnut Sauce in the kitchen. It's her mother's recipe, and it's in the back of the book.
Over the past decade, Banu has doled out innumerable Persian meals on Queen West and given way to a sister spot, Kadbanu . They've also racked up their share of reviews; like any veteran restaurant, they've had the glowing, the middling, the snarky, and the downright incoherent.
In this Sept. 11, 2014 photo, chef of the Japanese restaurant "COM FOR TABLE" slices whale meat for a dish in in Tokyo.
In this May 5, 2014 file photo, restauranteur Jacques Pepin attends the 2014 James Beard Foundation Awards in New York. KQED Public Television, the San Francisco-based public television affiliate that has produced more than a dozen of Pepin's popular cooking series over the last quarter century, said in a release last week that it will begin recording Pepin's final series in October.
Gourmet food proved to be the new rock 'n'roll at a weekend festival in London where 10 acclaimed chefs, three of whom hold Michelin stars, demonstrated their culinary prowess against a backdrop of live music. But it was the chefs, among them Richard Bainbridge, who heads up the Michelin-starred Morston Hall in Norfolk, England, and who demonstrated how to cook a Sunday roast to a packed audience, who stole the show.
The late cancellation of Nobel laureate V.S. Naipaul from next month's Ubud Writers and Readers Festival has exposed the fierce competition and delicate negotiations behind the flourishing international festival scene. Since Janet DeNeefe founded the festival 11 years ago as a healing response to the Bali bombings, the Australian-born restaurateur and writer has built a successful annual event that attracts almost 26,000 visitors to enjoy talks, performances and food amid Ubud's hillside rice paddies, art galleries, temples and resorts.
THE iconic Stokehouse restaurant, which was destroyed by fire in January, could be rebuilt within a year after Planning Minister Matthew Guy ticked off on the final design. The $11 million modern design will be almost three metres higher than the original wooden pavilion-style building and will include a number of sustainable design features.
Award-winning chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio, a seasoned judge on Bravo's “Top Chef” and owner of Craft in L.A., is on a mission to find out. Colicchio has been traveling all over the country this summer to the nation's top eateries for the “Best New Restaurant.” The new Bravo reality competition pits 16 of the hottest new restaurants in the United States against each other in a series of challenges that tests local eateries' culinary prowess as well as their customer service, decor and more.
On a Thursday afternoon behind Bull City Burger and Brewery, Noah Marsh dumps about 160 pounds of compostable material -- citrus rinds, tea grounds, paper and a few stray French fries -- into a collection truck. Marsh doesn't work for the City of Durham.
When titans Barry Sternlicht and Stephen Hanson began clashing over how to run BR Guest Hospitality, Mr. Sternlicht quietly began casting around for a new chief executive for the restaurant company. In June 2013, the investment banker hired James Gersten, a veteran restaurateur, as a senior vice president overseeing hospitality for his growing hotel portfolio - but he had bigger plans for him.
Hampton Roads restaurateur Bobby Huber, known for his creative neo-Southern cuisine and larger-than-life personality, died Saturday Sept. 13. Huber was best known for his Bobbywood restaurants, first in Norfolk's Wards Corner neighborhood and later in downtown Norfolk across from Chrysler Hall .
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:03 pm
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