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  • First look: Empress Pavilion reopens in Chinatown

    First look: Empress Pavilion reopens in Chinatown
    Fans of the Empress Pavilion restaurant in Chinatown will once again be able to ascend the escalator to the popular Bamboo Plaza dim sum spot. The Hong Kong-style restaurant, which was open for almost 25 years before closing last summer, is reopening...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: This Italian restaurant would make Puck proud

    The Gossiping Gourmet: This Italian restaurant would make Puck proud
    I love to find small new shopping center restaurants that serve really good food. My latest discovery is Ceppo in Huntington Beach. This modest little restaurant has a world-class chef, Tomi Harase, who started his cooking career in his hometown of...
  • How Gordon Ramsay Built His Name into a Billion Dollar Brand

    How Gordon Ramsay Built His Name into a Billion Dollar Brand
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Will the real Gordon Ramsay please stand up? Then again, he doesn't have much time to sit still. There's the Gordon Ramsay who's the host of four network TV shows, watched by millions of viewers every week. There's the...
  • Restaurant review: French excellence at Bistro Pomme Verte

    Restaurant review: French excellence at Bistro Pomme Verte
    Charming Bistro Pomme Verte is a lovely spot for a fix of French fare. That's an important bit of Lehigh Valley culinary trivia, because French restaurants are few and far between here. But even if French cuisine is not a favorite, this bistro is...
  • Mariners' Museum hosts Battle of the Beers

    Craft breweries from coastal Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains will compete for best brew at the annual Battle of the Beers coming up Friday, Nov. 7, at The Mariners' Museum in Newport News. At this year's event, titled "Land vs. Sea," five different...
  • Life in 'Hell's Kitchen': ArtsQuest chef Ashley Sherman 'learned so much'

    Ashley Sherman was hooked when, as a child, she watched her grandmother carve a fruit basket out of a watermelon. "It's one of my first memories of cooking with her," says Sherman, a Palmer Township chef who recently competed on the 13th season of Fox's...
  • Cora Cora: An Exciting Peruvian Journey

    Cora Cora: An Exciting Peruvian Journey
    Hartford, do you know how lucky you are? One top-notch Peruvian restaurant would be cause for celebration, but this metropolitan area has several noteworthy spots for authentic ceviche, pollo a la brasa and anticuchos, thanks to a sizable population of...
  • El Azteca: Best Mexican Restaurant

    El Azteca: Best Mexican Restaurant
    From the chips and salsa to the chicken mole, El Azteca’s consistent, spicy and fresh take on Mexican food has made it a local favorite. Its vibrant d├ęcor and friendly faces are a hit with families or adults looking for some fun at the bar —...
  • Gibsons Group to open restaurant in Disney World

    Gibsons Group to open restaurant in Disney World
    Gibsons is going to Disney World. Sort of. Gibsons Restaurant Group (Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse, Hugo's Frog Bar & Fish House, Luxbar, Quartino) will partner with Schussler Creative to open The Boathouse, an expansive waterfront restaurant opening in...
  • Deconstructing the Dish: Umami Burger

    Deconstructing the Dish: Umami Burger
    Forget all the connotations of a chain restaurant. Umami Burger serves a legit serious burger, made with the care that a restaurant with 800-thread-count linens might employ. Plus, it's a burger style likely unfamiliar to most Chicago palates. As the name...
  • 'Frenchie: New Bistro Cooking' from the wildly popular Paris bistro

    'Frenchie: New Bistro Cooking' from the wildly popular Paris bistro
    The bistro where everybody wants to eat when they go to Paris -- if they can get in -- has a new cookbook. Now you can get a taste of the experience in your own kitchen without having to spring for an airline ticket. The book is "Frenchie: New Bistro...