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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Too flawed to fix, outdated mandate should be repealed

    Too flawed to fix, outdated mandate should be repealed
    It takes a flawed policy to inspire criticism from such diverse industry and consumer groups as the oil and natural gas industry, restaurant and grocer associations, automobile manufacturers and producers of poultry, pork and beef. Yet the damage caused...
  • Antonio Cini: Restaurateur gave Orlando an Italian accent

    Carol Cini recalls when she first met the man who would become her husband: longtime Orlando-area restaurateur Antonio Cini. It was in the early 1970s at Pagano's Restaurant in Philadelphia. She was a waitress and Antonio, a native of Palermo, Sicily,...
  • The Chicago connection in Phoenix

    The Chicago connection in Phoenix
    When I moved to Phoenix in January to be a visiting professor at Arizona State University, I expected to sample street tacos and green chilies and the wood-oven pizza from Pizzeria Bianco that everyone raves about. Unexpectedly, I also found Chicago...
  • E-cigarette store planned for Oak Park

    E-cigarette store planned for Oak Park
    A tiny e-cigarette store planned for the corner of Marion Street and North Boulevard in Oak Park would be one of the first things to greet new visitors arriving in the village on Metra or CTA trains. For some downtown business owners, that's fine. For...
  • Once-tired PacMutual Plaza is prime office space again

    Once-tired PacMutual Plaza is prime office space again
    In a sign that the definition of prime office space is undergoing a dramatic shift, an old downtown Los Angeles office complex — once considered second rate — is now outperforming many of its newer, glitzier competitors. PacMutual Plaza,...
  • Man walks into bar, steals money, mixes drink, police say

    Man walks into bar, steals money, mixes drink, police say
    A Boca Raton man is accused of walking into a popular downtown bar and stealing more than $800 in cash. But not before mixing himself a drink, according to police. Robert Milione, 53, got into 101 Cantina at 133 Southeast Mizner Boulevard in Boca...
  • Residents clash over proposed expansion of the Church on York

    Residents clash over proposed expansion of the Church on York
    The operator of the Church on York, a budding Highland Park music and entertainment venue, went before the Los Angeles Department of City Planning on Wednesday to argue that the space needs a liquor license and a full designation as a restaurant/bar to...
  • The Villages: Retirement community is nation's fastest-growing metro area

    The Villages: Retirement community is nation's fastest-growing metro area
    The Villages — Florida's largest retirement community — is also the nation's fastest-growing metropolitan area, according to Census Bureau figures released Thursday. The unincorporated community of 107,056 residents grew 5.2 percent from...
  • Food Network champ at NCC

    See a Food Network champion chef whip up some Tex-Mex food on Monday at Northampton Community College. Ernest Servantes, executive chef for Sodexo at Texas Lutheran University and the 2012 winner of "Chopped Grill Masters," is the Robert C. Wood Chef-in-...
  • Sex offender arrested in string of restaurant, drugstore burglaries

    Sex offender arrested in string of restaurant, drugstore burglaries
    A sex offender with a history of burglary, robbery and theft was arrested Tuesday after deputy sheriffs linked him to more than 40 burglaries at drugstores and restaurants in Orange County. Wesley Miller Burruss, 42, admitted to at least 10 burglaries,...
  • Deal struck for music club next to Allentown arena

    A 120-spot parking lot near Eighth and Hamilton streets moved one step closer Thursday to becoming a unique six-story venue combining a restaurant, three-level nightclub and office space just steps from Allentown's new downtown arena. The Allentown...