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  • STK will open in Disney Springs next year

    STK will open in Disney Springs next year
    An STK steakhouse will open next year in Disney Springs, the restaurant's corporate owner announced today. The new STK will be located within The Landing at Disney Springs. The Landing is the first phase of the project which is revamping Downtown Disney...
  • Magician Criss Angel to make another area appearance -- for lunch

    Magician Criss Angel to make another area appearance -- for lunch
    Magician Criss Angel, who will perform two shows at Easton's State Theatre on Jan. 20, will perform another trick at a different area venue a day earlier. He’ll make some food disappear. Angel,  whose A&E Channel show "Mindfreak" is the most...
  • Darden reports $32.8 million loss

    Darden reports $32.8 million loss
    Darden Restaurants reported a $32.8 million quarterly loss Tuesday, with the new management conceding that the makeover of the casual-dining giant is going to take more time. "These initiatives are not a quick fix," said interim CEO Gene Lee....
  • Retail Therapy: A gem of a deal at Ruby's

    Shooby-dooby down: Ruby's Dinette, 428 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa, will celebrate the company's 32nd anniversary by selling a classic RubyBurger for 32 cents from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday. Guests also will receive a return incentive. The RubyBurger...
  • Saturday: Free tour and tasting at Allentown Brew Works

    Saturday: Free tour and tasting at Allentown Brew Works
    Get a free behind-the-scenes tour of the brewery at Fegley's Allentown Brew Works and enjoy a sampling of the facility's seasonal and flagship beers at noon Saturday, Dec. 20. Knowledgeable staff members will discuss the brewing techniques used to...
  • Five questions for Love & Salt chef Michael Fiorelli

    Five questions for Love & Salt chef Michael Fiorelli
    Michael Fiorelli, executive chef at the new Love & Salt in Manhattan Beach, never went to culinary school. Instead, the New York native learned his way around the kitchen working at restaurants all over the country, including at Susanna Foo in...
  • Grant's Appliances to reopen for liquidation sale

    Grant's Appliances to reopen for liquidation sale
    Grant's Appliances is expected to reopen three of its stores this week to begin a court-ordered liquidation sale. Stores at 14740 S. La Grange Road in Orland Park, 331 S. Illinois Route 59 in Aurora and 321 Republic Ave. in Joliet will be open for the...
  • 2014 New Year's Eve dining: Raw bars, profiteroles, a masquerade party

    2014 New Year's Eve dining: Raw bars, profiteroles, a masquerade party
    If you're planning on staying up all night — or most of it — drinking, then having a good dinner first is probably a good idea. But if making yet another holiday dinner at home is too much for you right now, maybe let the professionals do it...
  • Manchester and Vernon Friendly's Offer $2 Deal

    Manchester and Vernon Friendly's Offer $2 Deal
    Friendly's restaurants in Manchester and Vernon are celebrating new looks and updated menus with an old-fashioned deal. From Tuesday through Sunday, an original burger and 10-ounce junior Fribble combo is just $2. The special is available only at the...
  • Mother's 'oatmeal hermit' holiday cookie recipe lost

    Mother's 'oatmeal hermit' holiday cookie recipe lost
    Q: I'm looking for a cookie recipe that appeared in the Chicago Tribune in October or November of 1964 — "Oatmeal Hermits." It is a soft cookie and had an excellent flavor. I remember mom clipping the recipe, and she made them every year for the...
  • Police group delivers after seeing more 'starving' kids

    KANSAS CITY An ambulance crew worked on the middle school student, trying to figure out why he had collapsed on the field during football practice. They soon realized it wasn't the heat. And it wasn't his heart. "We basically found out he hadn't eaten...