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  • Airplane bartending: The carry-on old fashioned cocktail kit

    Airplane bartending: The carry-on old fashioned cocktail kit
    The next time you're cruising at 30,000 feet in the air, wouldn't it be nice to sit down to a proper old fashioned? It could make that holiday flight across country just a tad more bearable. A company producing a product called the Carry On Cocktail...
  • Huntington Beach rejects new limits on alcohol sales

    Huntington Beach has been grappling for more than a year about how to cut down on rowdy behavior in its popular downtown area. The problem got new focus in 2013 during a melee on Main Street that left shop windows smashed, portable toilets overturned...
  • Gemini Bistro offers ZooLights deal

    Gemini Bistro offers ZooLights deal
    Gemini Bistro (2075 N. Lincoln Ave, 773-525-2522) is offering a special three-course prix fixe menu ($35) in celebration of ZooLights at Lincoln Park Zoo, which launches Friday. Restaurant guests can also valet their cars for $10 at the restaurant for...
  • Thanksgiving video and recipe tips: Turducken 101

    Thanksgiving video and recipe tips: Turducken 101
    At first glance, it looks like a roast turkey on steroids. Slice into it and there's layer after layer of meats and stuffings. It's a glorious monster of a roast, a guaranteed showstopper at any holiday dinner. Forget Dickens' prized turkey -- this bird...
  • Howells & Hood promotes chef

    Howells & Hood promotes chef
    Howells & Hood (435 N. Michigan Ave., 312-262-5310) has named Brett Neubauer as its executive chef. He replaces Scott Walton, whom Neubauer worked alongside as the restaurant’s executive sous chef. According to the restaurant’s publicist,...
  • Jason Ambrose's Locust Point project is weeks away

    Jason Ambrose's Locust Point project is weeks away
    There’s one thing Jason Ambrose especially wants you to know about 1157 Bar and Kitchen, his long-awaited tavern project on tiny Haubert Street in Locust Point. "It’s fairly small," Ambrose said. "I feel I need to say that as much as...
  • What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?

    What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?
    The pairing possibilities for craft brews at your Thanksgiving feast are nearly limitless. From lively pilsners to awaken the appetite to syrupy barleywines to settle you into your turkey-coma, beer offers the versatility to fit into any menu. One way...
  • $325,000 Cash 5 ticket sold in Lehigh County

    $325,000 Cash 5 ticket sold in Lehigh County
    A Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $325,000 was sold in Lehigh County, lottery officials said. The ticket for Friday night's drawing was sold at Exxon Uni-Mart on Route 309 in South Whitehall Township. The ticket correctly matched all five balls, 08-14-16-...
  • Weekend holiday events kick off yuletide

    Leesburg's 18th annual Christmas Stroll is 6 to 9 p.m. Friday along Main Street in downtown. Stores and restaurants will be open. Come enjoy Uncle Donald's Farm petting zoo, live music, dance performances, Dickens Carolers, jugglers, hayrides, face...
  • Five questions for chef Josef Centeno

    Five questions for chef Josef Centeno
    Josef Centeno is the chef-owner of downtown’s Bco Mercat, Bar Am, Orsa &; Winston and, most recently, Pete’s Los Angeles. Before becoming the unofficial restaurant king of downtown’s Old Bank district, Centeno started his career in New...
  • Milton Inn expands its lounge and gives it a name

    Milton Inn expands its lounge and gives it a name
    The Milton Inn, which occupies part of what it said to be a structure dating back to the mid-18th-century, has had a small lounge on its first floor as far back as anyone can remember. It was always just known as "the lounge," according to Brian Boston,...