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  • Lisle upholds ban on video gambling

     Lisle upholds ban on video gambling
    Lisle will continue to ban video gambling in its bars and restaurants. Village trustees voted Monday to uphold the prohibition that has been in place since 2009. The issue came up at the request of some businesses and over the summer the village asked...
  • B.o.s. closing, Pistola, Hutchinson Indonesian steakhouse opening soon

    B.o.s. closing, Pistola, Hutchinson Indonesian steakhouse opening soon
    B.o.s., David Bartnes' "nose to tail" restaurant in downtown's Little Tokyo announced it will close Sept. 27. The restaurant issued a statement on its website saying they were "unable to generate enough buzz to keep up with the high costs of maintaining a...
  • For Saturday's fireworks, it's party central

    For Saturday's fireworks, it's party central
    Star-Spangled Spectacular organizers are promoting Saturday night's fireworks display as the biggest in Baltimore's history. Here's what some Baltimore restaurants and other venues are planning for Saturday night. We'll add more as we find out about...
  • Scouting Report: Lee finds his own path with meat-free Gadarene Swine

    Scouting Report: Lee finds his own path with meat-free Gadarene Swine
    Name of restaurant:  The Gadarene Swine in Studio City. Chef/Owner: Chef Phillip Frankland Lee, the owner of Scratch|Bar in Beverly Hills, which opened to rave reviews last year. Concept: First of all, despite what the the name seems to suggest,...
  • Ciscos: Mexican Eatery Meets American Diner

    Ciscos: Mexican Eatery Meets American Diner
    Mexican food and breakfast food: Cisco's in Newington doesn't exactly merge the two, but by serving breakfast all day and Mexican food after 11 a.m., it makes perfect sense to drop in for a lunch of pancakes and enchiladas. Why not? Cisco's is in a...
  • Chef Roy Yamaguchi brings his own type of luau to Pebble Beach, Calif.

    Chef Roy Yamaguchi brings his own type of luau to Pebble Beach, Calif.
    Here's a chance to dine with the Roy behind Roy's restaurants. Roy Yamaguchi, Hawaii's first James Beard Award-winning chef who pioneered regional Hawaiian-Asian fusion fare, will host an "imaginative luau" buffet at his namesake restaurant in Pebble...
  • Apple Pay: Will it help you eat out?

    Apple is looking to change the way people pay for their groceries, fast food, morning coffee and more with Apple Pay. The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will come with the electronic wallet feature, the company said during its product announcement event...
  • Governor Christie on Atlantic City casinos closures: We have work to do

    ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (Reuters) - Governor Chris Christie pushed past a sea of angry protesters on Monday to meet with business leaders and politicians on ways to save troubled Atlantic City, which has lost a quarter of its 12 casinos already this year....
  • American youths consume way too much salt, CDC says

    WASHINGTON More than 90 percent of U.S. schoolchildren eat more salt than they should, taking in an average of nearly 3,300 milligrams of sodium per day, according to a government report released Tuesday. That's nearly 1.5 teaspoons of salt each day...
  • Kmart kicks off holiday shopping a bit early

    Kmart kicks off holiday shopping a bit early
    Move over Back to School. Holiday shopping has arrived. At least that's what Kmart would like to tell the 40 percent of you who begin holiday shopping before Halloween. If you fall into that group (as measured by the National Retail Federation last...
  • Inner City Sportsmen Club helps broaden horizons

    There are four primary reasons people don't participate in traditional outdoor activities: no one to go with, no place to go, no experience or no fish and game. Reggie Hayes, 49, of Milwaukee is a veteran hunter and angler with more than 20 years of...