Dining Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. 5 Aphrodisiacs to Make your Honey MeltRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Salt Lake Tribune

    Forget the inversion, love is in the air! Especially at zest kitchen & bar , Salt Lake City's sexiest vegetarian downtown restaurant. What could be better than eating food that gets you in the mood? This February, zest is presenting a menu completely made up of aphrodisiacs.

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  2. Archie Moore's Wings It For The Super BowlRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New Haven Independent

    ... of the Super Bowl, beginning at 11:30 a.m., the whole restaurant is turned into a staging area, with half the back dining room used for the orders to be finalized. People come in to pick up their orders all day long in a staggered schedule. The ...

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  3. The problem with steak at NAO, Yorkville's newest steakhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    Excellent sakes, well-made cocktails and a wide-ranging wine list with plenty of gems. Of all the received wisdom about what you should and should not do in restaurants, the old injunction against ordering fish in a steakhouse is easily the least informed - especially if we're talking about steakhouses in Toronto.

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  4. Where to dine this Valentine's Day with your sweetheart in NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Valentine's Day is one of the most romantic day of the year, and with that said it is also a huge day for restaurants who aim to serve delectable dishes for couples to indulge in. I have created a round-up of some of the best dining options in New York City this Valentine's Day, everything from one of my favorite places, Limani to the seductive, Musket Room , and how can you not love The Mark Restaurant.

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  5. SoMa StrEat Food ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | San Francisco Magazine

    For many Bay Area sports fans, this year's Super Bowl is a choice between the lesser of two evils. Do you want to root for insufferable cheater Bill Belichick and the Patriots or the insufferable cheater Pete Carroll and the Seahawks.

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  6. All aboard the pastry trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mountain View Voice

    ... Eiffel Tower cutout gracing one wall. No matter your age, it's fun to watch the pastry chefs, visible from the indoor dining area thanks to a floor-to-ceiling glass wall. In their long white aprons, they glide around the immaculate industrial ...

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  7. What McDonald's Must Fix After CEO Don Thompson OusterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    I'm a staff writer at Forbes, where until recently I chased the super-rich for our Forbes 400 and World's Billionaires lists. Now I'm covering the consumer economy, writing about the big personalities reinventing retail.

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  8. The First Year of 42 Grams: From Guestaurant to Two Michelin StarsRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    ... Alexa Welsh : Every night, I tell the guests that essentially the restaurant is an evolution of the standard dining experience, so I don't know that we went through any more or any less than anybody else does. It was putting a business plan ...

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  9. Reubens and brewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mountain View Voice

    Matt Levin, owner of Refuge, says he didn't aim to open a pastrami and Belgian beer-oriented restaurant; it just turned out that way. Photo by Veronica Weber.

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  10. The Spago Timeline: How Wolfgang's Fine Dining Favorite Has Changed Over Three DecadesRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    ... lower prices they were. At a time where there was an enormous divide between restaurants that fell either in the fine dining or casual category, Spago was paving new ground with the most expensive entrA e priced at $15. What a steal that was. ...

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  11. The State of Chicken Fried Steak in AustinRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Brisket gets all the love in Texas, but chicken fried steak deserves a cherished spotlight, too. A single bite of the Southern staple brings back the flavors of the past, from school cafeteria lunches to home-cooked dinners.

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  12. 6 Things You Should Know About Working With a NutritionistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Health.com

    Kim Kardashian recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she hired a nutritionist to help her learn how to cook and eat more healthfully after she gained 15 pounds. Up front I have to say that I'm a nutritionist/RDN with a private practice , so I'm biased on this matter, but I've seen one-on-one counseling work wonders for my clients, from breaking weight-loss plateaus to improving athletic performance, upping energy, boosting immunity, digestive health, sleep and mood, and transforming skin and hair.

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  13. Super Bowl 2015: Celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez creates Tabasco-laced tacos, shrimp and slidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Alabama Live

    Tacos are having a moment, says celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez , the Food Network star and co-owner with John Besh of Johnny Sanchez in New Orleans and Baltimore. Ten years ago, "Those gourmet burgers started to show up.

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  14. Blue Ray Promotions Newest Product Frisbee Flyer Plates for Kid Meal The Fun Way to Serve FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PRWeb

    ... bring fun to all tables, eliminates added dishes to be washed, builds an increased value, and create overall great dining for guests. Custom printed Frisbee a great way to build a brand, and keep your name in homes across the country. Blue Ray ...

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  15. Explore the Vineyards of Bordeaux at the February Edition of dbar's Wine Dinner SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Patch.com

    On Wednesday, February 4 at 7 p.m., dbar and Executive Chef Chris Coombs invites guests to indulge in four delicious courses of classic French cuisine paired with handcrafted wines from Bordeaux, France. Often referred to as "La perle d'Aquitaine" or the pearl of Aquitaine, Bordeaux is noted as the world's major wine industry capitol with an abundance of vineyards first established by Romans as far back as 1855.

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  16. Restaurant review: Ketchup in Atlantic Beach offers many kinds of burgers, hot dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Florida Times-Union

    ... that particular clown car. It's a convenient way to convey the giant overfilled sandwiches from the kitchen to the dining area without all the goodies tumbling overboard, and it suggests that Ketchup doesn't want to be taken too seriously. Have fun, ...

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  17. New cafe builds on downtown Dallas' unique charmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Staff / Jeff Stanton From left, owner Wayne Weaver and his stepfather, Charlie Stevens, stand inside the Bus Stop Cafe in downtown Dallas. Staff / Jeff Stanton For more than five years, the now-closed Charlie's Corner Cafe on the Courthouse Square in downtown Dallas was a gathering place in the community, owner Charlie Stevens said.

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  18. New Orleans' pop-up supper clubs, progressive dinners and other fresh dining concept optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Best of New Orleans

    ... In the past few years, this time-honored system has been flipped on its head by the introduction of alternative dining options, Today, diners can run down a whole pantheon of Dr. Seuss-like questions to determine just how outside the box they want ...

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  19. Police Report: Jan. 29, 2015 issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Waukesha

    A female and her boyfriend said they disapproved of the female's mother spending food stamps on people "not in the household." Police were also told the man had thrown away his girlfriend's mother's lamp.

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  20. With Mia Famiglia in Hales Corners closed, the chef prepares for a restaurant in downtown WaukeshaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Waukesha

    Mia Famiglia , the Italian restaurant in Hales Corners, has closed as its chef works to open a new restaurant in downtown Waukesha in March. Tom White Jr. said the restaurant he's opening at 225 South St. would have a streamlined menu that would include small plates, burgers and sandwiches, along with specials that would make use of seasonal ingredients from the city's farmers market.

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