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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Floating swimming pool to dock at 31st Street Harbor

    Floating swimming pool to dock at 31st Street Harbor
    Chicago's newest harbor at 31st Street has filled less than half its boat slips, but it's about to make a splash. A floating swimming pool, a pool deck and washroom facilities are under construction, and a floating restaurant is planned for the city's...
  • Cruise lines catering to younger crowds

    Cruise lines catering to younger crowds
    For their next vacation, Jessica and Michael Hammer are heading to Sweden, where they will stay with friends and immerse themselves in the rhythms of daily life. "We want to learn about the country," said Jessica Hammer, a 31-year-old Coconut Creek, Fla....
  • Dining scene: From rice balls to pesto mahi-mahi

    Dining scene: From rice balls to pesto mahi-mahi
    Sicilian Oven 21170 Saint Andrews Blvd., Suite #9, Boca Raton, 561-750-9772, SicilianOven.com This traditional Italian chain, founded in 2008 in Lighthouse Point, has opened its fourth location — its first in Palm Beach County — in the...
  • Fest planner: Aug. 22-24

    Fest planner: Aug. 22-24
    This is your final weekend before Labor Day, and you have plenty of opportunities to make it count. Take your pick of nine festivals focused on food, art, music and fashion in neighborhoods from the South Loop to Logan Square. Hungry? Head directly to...
  • Taco Bell is latest chain to offer a dollar menu

    Taco Bell Corp. is competing with McDonald's at its own game -- the $1 menu.  The Mexican food chain, based in Irvine,  launched its new Dollar Cravings menu Monday, featuring 11 items to lure young, deal-seeking diners to its drive-throughs....
  • In Antigua, a honeymoon for three

    The twin Yamaha motors of the Carlisle Bay 2 fired up, and Skipper Cleve pivoted the boat west, skimming the smooth waters that stroked the white southern beaches of Antigua. Our resort, the Carlisle Bay, had no sooner disappeared than its neighbor,...
  • Florida travel calendar for August

    Florida travel calendar for August
    Check out festivals and events in August across the state. View events this coming weekend, or view the whole month's offerings by region below. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (Including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford,...
  • Top 5 foods at Six Flags Great America

    Top 5 foods at Six Flags Great America
    Every time I visit a Disneyland or Adventure Island, I make sure my diet adheres to the theme park food pyramid — equal servings of fried, sugared and sausage. (Can you imagine someone inventing a hot dog churro?) The formula for amusement park...
  • Jesse Zwick follow in filmmaker dad Ed's footsteps? Nah ... well ...

    Jesse Zwick follow in filmmaker dad Ed's footsteps? Nah ... well ...
    Ed Zwick has won an Oscar, co-created an iconic TV series and seen his films gross more than $100 million. But on a balmy day in upstate New York last summer, he got kicked off a set. By his own son. He was trying to be careful. This was Jesse Zwick's...
  • Billy Fallen bakes Billy Bread for shops and restaurants

    Billy Fallen bakes Billy Bread for shops and restaurants
    Billy Fallen sinks his hands into the large mound of dough that's been plopped onto the wooden table in front of him. He squishes and squeezes the spongy mass, cutting off hunks, weighing them and shaping them into round loaves. Some of the rounds are...
  • Officials Promote Busway's Economic Development Potential

    Officials Promote Busway's Economic Development Potential
    As opening day for the CTfastrak approaches, state transportation and economic development officials are working to attract business and housing growth along the 9.4-mile corridor. A busload of state officials toured the route Monday, stopping at several...