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The turning point: I was sitting with my father at my restaurant 701, planning to open something like the Bombay Club in London.
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Wichita says the indictment was handed down Wednesday by a grand jury against 58-year-old Gerald Beasley.
Workers at Flint-area fast food restaurants are taking to the picket lines once again, organizing walk-offs at places like McDonald's, KFC and Church's Chicken in an effort to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour .
The owners of Nikki's La Mexicana and Nikki's Burrito Express are planning to open a tortilla-making shop.
Opening statements are scheduled to begin at noon in the trial of a man accused of killing a couple after following them to the Lower Greenville Avenue home from their Ethiopian restaurant.
Restaurant owner Glenn Helseth said he did not renew a contract with the National Parks Service, which owns the historic building where the eatery has operated for 11 years.
SCHOOL children from Hampshire were given a day off from traditional schooling last week when they attended a food-inspired workshop.
Sam Corigliano was ready to close the doors on a 33-year-old Great Kills waterfront restaurant after flood waters from Hurricane Sandy inundated the Marina Cafe on Oct. 29, 2012.
A local businessman wants his body to be placed in a mausoleum when he dies, right in front of his restaurant in Lancaster.
An NYPD officer is accused of using his squad car to pull over the owner of a restaurant in Astoria and warning him to start paying the Albanian mob $4,000 cash a month or he and his family could be hurt, law enforcement officials say.
Today, the Italian chain will start serving a 6-ounce burger for $9.99 to better compete with fast-casual and other sit-down dining chains.
Imagine how Robbie Travis felt. He waits tables at Libertine , a high-end restaurant just outside St. Louis, and his ex insisted on coming in just a few days after they'd broken up.
Andy Shallal is running for mayor in D.C. but he still has a business to run, and it's expanding.
The beverage formerly inspiring the cry "let's do shots" is now a top-shelf contender.
The co-founder of Outback Steakhouse is donating $5 million to Tampa's Moffitt Cancer Center.
No one could accuse Cleveland restaurateur Tommy Valorie of being a newbie. The opening of North Ridgeville's All Fired Up in August marked Valorie's tenth restaurant to date, with his most well-known, perhaps, also being his first: Tommy's Place in Rocky River.
Hungry holiday shoppers have a new dining option to choose from at Smith Haven Mall.