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  • Saigon Today in Canton offers great flavors of Vietnam

    Saigon Today in Canton offers great flavors of Vietnam
    Saigon Today bills itself as "Asian fusion" but, as the name suggests, it's really a Vietnamese spot — and that's just fine. The restaurant, which opened last July in the former Yellow Dog Tavern space in Canton, is the latest in a string of...
  • Been hitting the sauce? If so, behold the Sriracha tour

    Been hitting the sauce? If so, behold the Sriracha tour
    Another gorgeous and sunny fall Southern California afternoon the smog, apparently, is taking the weekend off and here I am in a traffic jam deep in the industrial heart of the San Gabriel Valley. To my left on Azusa Canyon Road is a huge gravel pit, a...
  • Barrel & Ashes: A classically trained chef does barbecue in Studio City

    Barrel & Ashes: A classically trained chef does barbecue in Studio City
    Los Angeles, in the last several years, has become something of a paradise for what I’ve taken to calling Chefs Without Portfolio, highly skilled young cooks, killing time between major projects, who have done things like reinvent gastropubs, run...
  • U.S. introduces menu calorie labeling to fight obesity

    The U.S. government will publish sweeping new rules on Tuesday requiring chain restaurants and large vending machine operators to disclose calorie counts on menus to make people more aware of the risks of obesity posed by fatty, sugary foods. "Obesity is...
  • Mumbai's strictly vegetarian enclave gives flesh-eaters the evil eye

    Mumbai's strictly vegetarian enclave gives flesh-eaters the evil eye
    In a roughly 2-square-mile patch containing some of India's priciest real estate, a firm and sometimes militant vegetarianism prevails. Most residents of this old-money section of South Mumbai are Jains or devout Hindus, and not only do they not eat...
  • New guide to Kauai restaurants prompts Garden Isle parties

    New guide to Kauai restaurants prompts Garden Isle parties
    A new guidebook to some of Kauai's best restaurants will be celebrated with a series of post-Thanksgiving/pre-Christmas parties, including one at a Princeville restaurant that bears the imprint of rocker Todd Rundgren. The four gatherings are part of...
  • Florida Travel Tips & Deals

    Florida Travel Tips & Deals
    Check this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Serenity in Naples The Edgewater Beach Hotel has introduced the Seaside Serenity package available exclusively in the hotel's new custom-designed Serenity Suite. The Seaside...
  • Sports fans get new hangout in Tinley Park

    Sports fans get new hangout in Tinley Park
    Archie's Dugout, which as its name suggests is a sports bar and grill, opened recently at 16200 S. Harlem Ave., in Tinley Park, in the former Applebee's restaurant. It's owned by the same folks who operate Double Yolk Pancake House in Mokena. Archie's...
  • Monday food links: Purple Pig, deep fried Thanksgiving

    Monday food links: Purple Pig, deep fried Thanksgiving
    News and notes from a snowy Monday: - Purple Pig restaurateur Scott Harris is suing his partners, including Tony Mantuano, Jimmy Bannos Sr. and Jr., alleging embezzlement. [Crain's] - Del Taco, briefly in Chicago several years back before closing its...
  • French fine dining in Fountain Hill

    This holiday season, take a trip to Paris without leaving the Lehigh Valley at Saranda's on Broadway in Fountain Hill. The fine-dining restaurant serving contemporary French cuisine held a soft opening Thursday at 1028 Broadway, the former space of...
  • 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,...