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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Good old days of NYC's finest celeb eateries

    "KANYE, stay in shape. The last guy only lasted 72 days. Last longer than a Hollywood marriage. Join Today. New York Sports Clubs." For my money, this ad in The N.Y. Post is the funniest most pertinent advertisement of the entertainment year! I WANT...
  • Chicago's fundraising for Beard Foundation Awards gets first $800,000

    Chicago's fundraising for Beard Foundation Awards gets first $800,000
    Chicago tourism officials have committed to raise nearly $2 million in sponsorships for the James Beard Foundation Awards, a pledge that helped lure the event, considered the Oscars of American dining, from New York to Chicago in 2015. In an...
  • Baltimore 'dine and dasher' gets bill: five years in prison

    Baltimore 'dine and dasher' gets bill: five years in prison
    Baltimore's notorious "dine and dasher," accused of repeatedly faking seizures to get out of paying restaurant tabs, got a hefty bill on Friday from a city judge: five years in prison. Andrew Palmer, 47, has been eating and drinking for free around...
  • Curtain rises on Shanty on 19th

    An iconic restaurant where generations of people gathered to celebrate special occasions or enjoy a nightcap after a show has been revived in Allentown's West End Theater District. The Shanty on 19th, which held a soft opening May 22 following...
  • Dunn and Garcia face off in runoff for Long Beach mayor

    Dunn and Garcia face off in runoff for Long Beach mayor
    It's been decades since anyone could credibly refer to Long Beach by its once proudly held moniker, "Iowa by the Sea." The city earned the nickname in the early 1900s, when waves of Midwesterners flocked to its sun-soaked shore and thousands turned...
  • HomeMade Pizza Co. abruptly shuts down

    HomeMade Pizza Co. abruptly shuts down
    HomeMade Pizza Co. has abruptly shut down its take-and-bake pizza stores. The Chicago-based chain offered ready-to-bake pizzas made with local, fresh ingredients, pitting itself against competitors ranging from pizza restaurants to grocery stores. A...
  • Smoke Box BBQ Gets Creative With Loads Of Options

    Smoke Box BBQ Gets Creative With Loads Of Options
    It all started with a Peking duck smoker box discarded in a friend's yard. But New Haven-area restaurateurs Jason Sobocinski and Mike Farber saw treasure, not trash, and took the smoker for their newest venture. Sobocinski, owner of Caseus Fromagerie...
  • Hailey, Idaho, town that waited, anxious for Bowe Bergdahl's return

    Hailey, Idaho, town that waited, anxious for Bowe Bergdahl's return
    This northern Rocky Mountains town, home to Bowe Bergdahl, went back to work Monday knowing it was one step closer to being whole again. Bergdahl, the last remaining prisoner of war in Afghanistan, was finally a free man. The development came...
  • Bar, restaurant owners blue about Blackhawks loss

    Bar, restaurant owners blue about Blackhawks loss
    Chicago Blackhawks fans aren’t the only ones feeling blue about Sunday night's loss to the Los Angeles Kings. The defeat also hit Chicago bar and restaurant owners, who capitalized on the games to fill their venues. The loss means fewer nights...
  • Fast growing brand Tessemae's started with family recipe

    Fast growing brand Tessemae's started with family recipe
    The idea for the business came to Greg Vetter shortly after a friend swiped a two-liter bottle of his mom's homemade lemon-garlic salad dressing from his refrigerator. Inspired by the lengths someone would go to for a dressing by "Tessemae," his mom's...
  • City Council backs new rules to expand food truck areas

    City Council backs new rules to expand food truck areas
    The Baltimore City Council gave preliminary approval Monday to a bill that would allow the city's growing food truck industry to operate in more places. The rewritten bill is an about-face from an earlier version of the legislation, which sought to...