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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Council eases stance on restaurant hours

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to ease up on a proposed zoning change focused on new downtown bars and restaurants that sell alcohol. Council members amended a zoning change, proposed in June, that would require new eateries in the...
  • Las Vegas is placing its bets on Hollywood

    Las Vegas is placing its bets on Hollywood
    This post has been updated. See correction below. In the trailer for the current Screen Gems movie "Think Like a Man Too," actor Kevin Hart is shown dancing in his underwear and socks, sliding across the marble floor of the opulent Constantine villa...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Ivory speaks to new motif, management and menu

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Ivory speaks to new motif, management and menu
    The former home of Mark's Restaurant, in the strip mall across from the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach, has undergone a makeover. It now has a new name, Ivory Restaurant & Lounge; a new owner, Marsha Benson; a new chef, Abel...
  • Hedge fund pushes to split CEO, chairman roles at Darden

    Hedge fund pushes to split CEO, chairman roles at Darden
    A hedge fund that invests in Darden Restaurants hopes to persuade shareholders to call for splitting the roles of chief executive officer and chairman. Barington Capital Group, which controls a little more than 2 percent of Darden stock, has submitted...
  • Cupcake chain Crumbs Bake Shop closes stores in L.A., elsewhere

    Caving under losses, Crumbs Bake Shop Inc. has closed its high-end bakeries in Los Angeles and elsewhere after more than a decade of promoting the cupcakes that tapped the nation's sweet tooth. Financially, the nation's biggest cupcake chain recently...
  • New ways of pouring wine allow for more variety and experimentation

    New ways of pouring wine allow for more variety and experimentation
    New advances in wine technology are great news for people who thrive on variety and experimentation. With more Baltimore-area restaurants adopting an array of advanced wine-dispensing systems — from kegs to devices that allow wine to be poured...
  • Providing free Wi-Fi gets tricky for businesses

    In Madison, Wis., where Wi-Fi hot spots often are easier to find than a parking space, you wouldn't think that a cafe would turn off its wireless Internet connection. But that's the case at Madison Sourdough cafe and bakery on Williamson St., where owner...
  • New theaters proposed for block of N. Howard Street

    New theaters proposed for block of N. Howard Street
    A listless west-side block of downtown Baltimore will undergo an energetic makeover if an idea generated by DIY-style theater troupes and local developer Winstead "Ted" Rouse comes to fruition. Their plan, submitted earlier this year when the...
  • Tech Center neighbors renovate to prepare for new business from development

    Tech Center neighbors renovate to prepare for new business from development
    John Franklin, owner of Newport News-based Franklin Management Co., which owns and operates the Warwick Mobile Home Park along the 12000 block of Jefferson Avenue, knew the densely wooded 100-acre parcel at the apex of Jefferson Avenue and Oyster Point...
  • Orlando toll-road scandal: Exposing puppets, puppet masters

    Orlando toll-road scandal: Exposing puppets, puppet masters
    The latest 400 pages of testimony in Orlando's toll-road scandal read like a Hollywood script. There are secret meetings in the backrooms of high-end steakhouses, strategy sessions about punishing enemies and rewarding friends, and covert talks about...
  • Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover

    Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover
    This week another piece of the redevelopment of downtown Towson falls into place as a 90,000-square-foot, 15-screen Cinemark theater ushers in its first moviegoers Thursday. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Towson Square and the theater...