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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Brick-laying ceremony lets people leave their mark on the town

    Twice a year, First Town Downtown offers residents and business owners the opportunity to become a permanent part of Windsor's landscape. Bricks are purchased and then imprinted with the information requested, and a ceremonial brick-laying at the circle...
  • Hamilton Kitchen adds to Allentown's tasty turnaround

    Federal Grill, Johnny Manana's, Made in Brazil and Sangria are just a few of the restaurants that have come and gone in downtown Allentown in recent years. But with a minor league hockey arena, office buildings, shops and apartments in the works, many...
  • Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?

    Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?
    There are appliance stores. And then there is Pirch, where at its new showroom in Oakbrook Center you can sidle up to a cafe for a free cappuccino, enjoy the smells and samples that chefs cook up in working kitchens, or reserve a time to take a shower...
  • Corporate giving

    •As part of a monthlong partnership, TooJay's restaurants pledged $120,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The funds will grant wishes for 24 children, one for each of its restaurants. The Florida-based chain donated 15 percent of the proceeds from...
  • Ad agency's split with Panera may yield bump in business

    When Chicago ad agency Cramer-Krasselt resigned from the Panera Bread account last month, it told employees in a memo that "no amount of money" was worth dealing with such a difficult client, even one that spends $94 million a year in advertising....
  • Chicago brewery Moody Tongue to launch $120 black truffle beer

    Chicago brewery Moody Tongue to launch $120 black truffle beer
    Just a few weeks after debuting, Chicago's Moody Tongue Brewing is planning to release a beer made with rare black truffles that will cost as much as $120 per bottle. (Good news: it's a big bottle.) Shaved Black Truffle Pilsner will be one of the most...
  • S.D.'s Ocean Beach weary of annual July 4 marshmallow fight's mess

    Since the mid-1980s, residents of the Ocean Beach community of San Diego have enjoyed a unique Fourth of July free-for-all: a marshmallow fight after the evening display of fireworks. But the sticky, gooey mess left behind in recent years has increased...
  • Chemical free prom event made possible by ... [letter to The Aegis]

    Editor: The Bel Air High School Class of 2014 wants to thank the following Chemical Free Event Sponsors along with the community. Bel Air Bobcats' Post Prom Party was a huge success thanks to you! The Bel Air High School After Prom Party committee would...
  • Restaurant, food truck inspections cut back

    Restaurant, food truck inspections cut back
    State inspectors will visit well-maintained restaurants, hot dog stands, caterers and food trucks less frequently under a new schedule that begins Tuesday. Under the old policy, state inspectors dropped in unannounced at Florida’s 48,000...
  • Darden bets big on $40M Olive Garden makeover

    Darden bets big on $40M Olive Garden makeover
    Some customers arriving at the redesigned Olive Garden in Winter Park do a double take. Inside are contemporary, urban elements, such as a more prominent bar, bright-green menus, marble countertops, wood beams overhead to mimic a pergola, atmospheric...
  • Chicago alderman tries again to regulate BYOB

    Chicago alderman tries again to regulate BYOB
    A West Side alderman is taking another stab at cracking down on Chicago businesses that allow patrons to carry in their own booze, but her latest plan would not affect the hundreds of BYOB restaurants in the city. Ald. Deborah Graham began trying to...