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  • Wine review: Alexander Jules Manzanilla '17/71' Sherry

    Wine review: Alexander Jules Manzanilla '17/71' Sherry
    This could be the sherry to turn even the most dubious wine drinker into a sherry fancier. Alexander Jules proprietor Alex Russan fell in love with sherry in his college days when that was about all he could afford. It quickly turned into an obsession...
  • Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more

    Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more
    Small Bites is a round-up of news and tidbits from Baltimore's dining scene: • Farmstead Shack, the "companion kiosk" to the full-service restaurant Farmstead Grill, has opened at The Shops at Canton Crossing. Service at the kiosk started quietly...
  • Restaurant review: Al Bacio in Winter Park

    Restaurant review: Al Bacio in Winter Park
    The 500 block of North Park Avenue has a long history on Central Florida's dining scene. For 40 years it was home to Brandywine's Deli, then in 2013 Tiffany Deli began a short stint. Now Al Bacio Italian restaurant has started a new chapter for the Winter...
  • Second Blue Sky Cafe coming to Easton

    Second Blue Sky Cafe coming to Easton
    The owners of Blue Sky, a popular breakfast and lunch spot on W. Fourth Street in south Bethlehem, are bringing their culinary expertise to Easton. Billy and Tabitha Sneeringer hope to open Blue Sky at The State Cafe & Grill sometime this week at 14-16...
  • Chipotle traffic jumps even after price hike

    (Reuters) - Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, one of the top-performing U.S. restaurant operators, on Monday reported a nearly 26 percent jump in quarterly profit after traffic to the burrito chain surged despite a menu price increase. The better-than-...
  • Boat club offers prep course for captain's license

    The Triangle Boat Club will host "Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel," a course to prepare applicants for the U.S. Coast Guard captain's license test. The course is being offered through Adams Marine Seminars. The class will meet Sept. 8-19 in the...
  • Chef of the Moment: up-and-coming Philip Pretty at under-the-radar Fundamental LA

    Chef of the Moment: up-and-coming Philip Pretty at under-the-radar Fundamental LA
    Philip Pretty is the executive chef at Fundamental LA, the Westwood Boulevard restaurant that by day is a sandwich shop and by night becomes a charming dinner spot with seasonal California small plates and a three-course menu (plus dessert) for $39 (you...
  • Soup's on at Jacob's

    Soup's on at Jacob's
    Q: I would like to have the vegetable soup recipe from Jacob's restaurant in Boynton Beach. The soup and the food are very good. I eat there often. — Linda Kenik, Boynton Beach A: Joe and Elaine Spiegel have developed a devoted following since...
  • Village officials herald signs of growth in Mundelein

     Village officials herald signs of growth in Mundelein
    The former Dominick's building at Midlothian Road and Route 176 may still be empty, but there are other signs of growth in Mundelein, according to John Lobaito, village administrator. Restaurants have opened or expanded, a new fitness center just opened...
  • Sighting: Beyonce and Jay-Z dine at Chicago Cut Steakhouse

    Sighting: Beyonce and Jay-Z dine at Chicago Cut Steakhouse
    When Beyonce was in Chicago in December, the R&B mega star dined at the vegan-friendly Karyn’s Cooked because she and rapper Jay-Z were taking part in a 22-day vegan diet at the time. The A-list couple have since gone back to their meat-eating ways,...
  • Kids in the Kitchen | Chili is great for hectic lives

    Kids in the Kitchen | Chili is great for hectic lives
    Back-to-school season is notoriously busy. Re-establishing school and homework routines can be a challenge. Throw in sports, clubs and other after-school activities, and sitting down for a family dinner sometimes feels nearly impossible. For chef...