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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Hardee's and McDonald's hamburger chains aid military

    Hardee's and McDonald's hamburger chains aid military
    Two local hamburger chains are raising money for the military community. Hardee’s has kicked off its fourth annual Stars for Heroes campaign at participating locations. Guests who donate $1 in support of military charities receive restaurant...
  • Review: Chef creates a gem with Lonnie's Fusion Cuisine in Lake Mary

    Review: Chef creates a gem with Lonnie's Fusion Cuisine in Lake Mary
    Lake Mary has an interesting mix of independent and chain restaurants. The local hub seems to be behind City Hall, around the short loop of West Lakeview Avenue and North Fourth Street. I've driven this stretch of road many times on the way to...
  • Clubs now ask celebs to work harder for money

    Clubs now ask celebs to work harder for money
    There was a $40 cover charge at Enclave in 2009 the night Doug Reinhardt — then-boyfriend of reality TV star Paris Hilton — made a scheduled appearance at the club. People paid it, mostly because they were hoping Hilton would join him, which...
  • Field Museum rolls out another craft beer

    Field Museum rolls out another craft beer
    The Field Museum and a local brewing company are launching a craft beer in stores across Chicago next month, an endeavor aimed at raising money for the institution’s educational programs. It will be called "Cabinet of Curiosities," a White India...
  • Mailbag: Canyon doesn't fit needs of homeless

    I found David Peck's letter, "Let fight for shelter be as successful as first go-round," (May 16) intriguing. Peck recalled the uproar over the initial site proposed for Laguna's now 25-year-old Friendship Shelter. "We found a potential site in the...
  • Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business

    Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business
    Visitors trying to shake off a particularly snowy winter and rainy spring could give a boost to Maryland's tourist destinations this summer. Business owners and tourism officials are seeing signs of a healthy season before the traditional Memorial Day...
  • Fountain Hill's Benner Street Restaurant getting new owners, name and look

    Fountain Hill's Benner Street Restaurant getting new owners, name and look
    Fountain Hill's Benner Street Restaurant & Bar, the site of a "Restaurant: Impossible" episode last year, is under new management with an entirely different menu. According to general manager Andy Brovina of Mar Lin, Schuylkill County, owners Thom and...
  • Foxwoods, Mohegans See Potential In Borscht Belt

    Foxwoods, Mohegans See Potential In Borscht Belt
    As the allure of Grossinger's faded with the rest of the Borscht Belt in the 1970s and '80s, Mitchell Grossinger Etess and his family envisioned a casino to revive their hotel resort. They tried to get New Yorkers to warm to the idea, which required...
  • Exploring the real, rugged Santa Catalina Island

    Exploring the real, rugged Santa Catalina Island
    Our Jeep rumbled along a steep road, climbing the rugged hills beyond this resort town. It was early morning, and a misty fog bank separated the island of Santa Catalina from mainland California, shrouding our view of sea and sky. But as we topped a...
  • Portland water scare: Water bottles sell out, restaurants close

    Portland water scare: Water bottles sell out, restaurants close
    Facing the largest boil-water order in the region’s history, Portlanders emptied stores’ supplies of bottled water, chucked potentially contaminated food and braced for a complicated Memorial Day weekend. About 670,000 people in the...
  • Big plans, and concerns, surround L.A. River's revitalization

    Big plans, and concerns, surround L.A. River's revitalization
    City engineers, public works officials and developers stood on a hilltop just north of downtown on a recent weekday and gazed at a low-lying railroad yard dotted with weeds on the far side of the Los Angeles River channel. To the uninitiated, it was a...