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  • Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to unexpected cocktails

    Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to unexpected cocktails
    Gluttonous Goat 99 SE Mizner Blvd., Unit #2, Boca Raton, 561-923-9457, GluttonousGoat.com After short stints as a Spanish tapas café and the French L'etoile, this spot on the edge of Royal Palm Place is now a gastropub with a Caribbean and Creole...
  • 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...
  • Prince George's County casino gets the go-ahead to start construction

    Prince George's County casino gets the go-ahead to start construction
    The Prince George's County Council approved construction Monday of MGM Resorts' nearly $1 billion casino complex at National Harbor. In an 8-1 vote, the council cleared MGM to apply for construction permits for the 23-acre site overlooking the Potomac...
  • Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads

    Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads
    It's late Thursday morning, and workers queue up in front of the Karnage Asada food truck parked at The Net Center building in Hampton. From the Latin-Asian inspired menu, they order dishes like Dragon Whip Beef Taco, made with chipotle-braised beef and...
  • The Charms Of Cape Cod: Making A Bucket List

    The Charms Of Cape Cod: Making A Bucket List
    Cape Cod — Breathtaking beaches and classic seafood shacks. Quaint villages and postcard-perfect lighthouses. Whale watches and dune rides. Art galleries and summer theater. Cape Cod draws millions of tourists each year, including a sizable number...
  • 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...
  • Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville

    Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville
    The Dough Roller, the Ocean City family favorite, opened a branch of its pizza restaurant in Rockville over the weekend. The location in King Farms Village Center is operated by Gary Gibbs, son of The Dough Roller Restaurants founder. Gibbs, who lives...
  • Miami restaurant, survivor of desegregation and riots, to close

    MIAMI (Reuters) - After more than half a century, Jumbo's, famous for its fried shrimp and conch, and one of the first Miami restaurants to desegregate in the late 1960s, is closing this week as the site is sold to a developer of affordable housing....
  • Small Bites: The Old Bay beer from Flying Dog gets its own party

    Small Bites: The Old Bay beer from Flying Dog gets its own party
    Small Bites is a round-up of news and tidbits from Baltimore's dining scene The fun never stops for Dead Rise Old Bay summer ale, the mammoth hit from Flying Dog Brewery. On July 31, Wit & Wisdom is hosting a Dead Rise party on its waterside patio...
  • Stonepost Bakery And Cafe: A Bustling New Spot

    Stonepost Bakery And Cafe: A Bustling New Spot
    When you pull off Avon's busy Route 44 into the Stonepost Bakery and Cafe's parking lot, you're greeted by the patio of brightly colored chairs (green, blue and yellow) setting the tone for a cheery, cozy dining experience. Stonepost is a walk-up-and-...
  • How I Made It: Yves Potvin

    How I Made It: Yves Potvin
    The gig: Yves Potvin, 58, founded Garden Protein International, which is best known for its Gardein line of meat-free foods. Products by the private company, which has its U.S. headquarters in Marina del Rey, can be found in 22,000 North American...