Walz, Jensen win primaries to host Minnesota gubernatorial race – Austin Daily Herald

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tim Walz and Republican challenger Scott Jensen scored easy victories in their primaries on Tuesday, setting the stage for their fall showdown in the Minnesota gubernatorial race. Walz is seeking his second term under the same “One Minnesota” slogan he used four years ago, but …

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Connie Boesen knows the Iowa State Fairgrounds better than anyone

I’m back. In fact, I’ve never stopped walking around the Iowa State Fairgrounds, except this time it’s different. It’s still the best place in town for a quiet respite, on foot or by bike. It’s still an A-more gem of a place to spend a morning, afternoon or early evening …

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Readers say they’ll miss Saucy Noodle, a longtime independent restaurant

“My heart breaks at the thought of disappointing so many loyal customers,” says Erin Markham, whose grandfather, Sam Badis, opened the Saucy Noodle at 727 South University Boulevard in 1964, coining the motto that stands today on the restaurant awning: “If you don’t like garlic, go home.” But at the …

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Four new restaurants coming to a plaza Warner Robins, GA

A restaurant and sports bar, pizzeria, Italian ice cream and Bubble tea shop join Another Broken Egg Cafe in the expansion of a Warner Robins mall. “We are beyond thrilled,” said Roger Patel, owner of the Market Square of the Century. “The flagship product will be Another Broken Egg. We …

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Dallas-Fort Worth Economic Indicators – Dallasfed.org

August 5, 2022 The Dallas-Fort Worth economy expanded significantly in June. Payroll employment grew at an annualized rate of 3.2%, bolstering growth in the Dallas and Fort Worth business cycle indices. In late July, restaurant dining was slightly below pre-pandemic levels and COVID-19 cases were trending up. Activity in the …

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Finally, a Texas-style taco breakfast is opening in DC

Photo courtesy of La Tejana. La Tejana’s weekend pop-ups regularly drew lines for Texas-style breakfast tacos with handmade flour tortillas. Now couple Ana-Maria Jaramillo and Gus May are finally opening a brick-and-mortar store in Mount Pleasant at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 6. The opening menu will only include five …

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Unbelievabowl Fuels Dallas Bowls Craze

It’s clear: Dallas has found a way to put just about everything in a bowl. Whether it’s Mexican, Indian or American cuisine, apparently everything tastes better when eaten from a bowl. Incredulous is no exception. Richardson’s new Asian restaurant offers 20 different Asian-inspired bowls with meats and toppings ranging from …

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Black couple sues Houston-area PD for civil rights violations

A black couple is suing the Rosenberg Police Department in federal court over alleged civil rights and disability violations that occurred during a November 2020 traffic stop. Lawyers for the National Police Accountability Project, who represent the couple in court, say the alleged violations in the case reflect the RPD’s …

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New restaurant a dream come true for Vacas | Company

While Cesar and Connie Vaca from Derby have spent most of their lives in restaurants, it was their children who inspired the idea to take the plunge and open their own restaurant. That is now becoming a reality with Las Vaquitas set to open later this month at the corner …

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Your money-saving guide and to-do list for planning a summer getaway to Frisco

Taking a summer trip to Frisco is an ideal budget getaway for single couples and families, as the number of unique attractions and experiences make the city a “must-see destination.” Texas draws the most visitors to Frisco, which is located 25 minutes north of Dallas, with more than half of …

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Contemporary home embraces nature in Austin’s desirable Tarrytown

The contemporary sits on nearly half an acre of land in the Tarrytown area of ​​Austin. Moreland Properties Oak-lined streets, a historic golf course, a nature reserve where peacocks strut their stuff. Welcome to Tarrytown, a desirable residential neighborhood along the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. But do not confuse …

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Beloved Houston Restaurant Has a New Chef – Find Out Who’s Filling Robert Del Grande’s Big Shoes at The Annie

RRobert Del Grande left chunky steel-toed shoes to fill at the Annie Cafe & Bar and its sister restaurant Turner’s. After stepping back from the lineup at the start of the summer, Del Grande has settled into the role of chef emeritus. Now, Berg Hospitality, the restaurant group founded by …

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Waffle House stifles latest attempt to bring restaurant to Aggieland | Local News

Residents of Bryan-College Station have been advocating and campaigning for nearly a decade for Waffle House to bring a location to Aggieland, but Waffle House officials have stifled the latest move to bring the southern staple restaurant chain into town, for now at least. The latest push to bring a …

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First Mate was once the king of seafood in San Antonio

More than five decades ago, San Antonio furniture man Jay S. Honigblum had the most unlikely idea. He believed that the people of San Anton were secretly hungry for fish. Old Town Cow Town’s civic appetite had already been rooted in decades of Mexican cuisine. But Honingblum had this hunch, …

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Wage growth in the hotel industry reignites the battle for the minimum wage

The lingering effects of the pandemic continue to drive up wages in the restaurant industry, injecting new energy into state and local efforts to abolish the lower minimum wage. Pandemic-related health risks, the unpredictability of schedules and the harassment that workers facing the public have faced during the pandemic have …

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A chic steakhouse will open in Plano with seafood and fancy cocktails

While Dallas-Fort Worth swims in the set of steakhouses, the city of Plano doesn’t have many. Here to the rescue comes Eddie Vknown for its steaks, seafood and theatrical cocktails, opens a location at 5300 State Highway 121, corner of Preston Road, with its fine dining, glamour, vibrant atmosphere and …

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Chipotle checks dwindle as consumers switch orders

Throughout the worst phases of the pandemic, large restaurant chains saw order sizes increase as consumers, stuck indoors with family or other cohabitants, opted for group orders for meals. shared. Now that consumers have resumed their lives away from home, the average check size is decreasing. On a call with …

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Bun B’s Trill Burgers knock down Houston cult favorite in epic showdown with GMA

Two of Houston‘s most acclaimed burger purveyors faced off in an epic battle on national television this morning. hello america Featured Trill Burgers and Burger Chan on a Houston-centric edition of its “United States of Burgers” segment. Shot near downtown in Saint Arnold Brewerya panel of three judges — Excellent …

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Raising Cane Fundraiser for RGV Boys and Girls Clubs

On Wednesday, August 3, the famous chicken fingers brand is teaming up to support Boys and Girls Clubs of the Rio Grande Valley with a fundraiser at its eight area restaurants. Courtesy Image – Advertising – Texas Border Affairs RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas – Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has always …

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Spruce scooped up $26 million, new Tecovas CEO and more from Austin Tech News

Photo: Tecovas Austin‘s tech scene jumped last week with new capital, new office openings and a massive expansion proposal from a global electronics giant. Catch up on news you may have missed last week with the weekly Built In Austin refresh. Spruce raised $26 million. The Austin-based startup provides apartment …

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Dallas small businesses, feeling the pinch of rising costs, struggle to stay open

A hair salon had to raise its prices. A dry cleaner cannot get the plastic bags he uses for cleaned and ironed clothes. A restaurant serves fewer fries with each order. With inflation at a 40-year high, it’s increasingly difficult for small businesses to stay open and continue to provide …

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Sugar Land Area Events Calendar

Editor’s note: To have calendar events published on the Sugar Land Sun Calendar, email editor Roy Kent at [email protected] The FBCL reads: The Fort Bend County Libraries Virtual Book Club – “FBCL Reads” – will meet online Wednesday, July 27 beginning at 10 a.m. The book in question is “The …

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Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (NASDAQ: TXRH) Increase in stock position by Comerica Bank

Comerica Bank increased its position in shares of Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (NASDAQ: TXRH – Get Rating) by 2.7% during the first quarter, according to the company in its latest 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The fund held 26,340 shares of the restaurateur after buying an additional 696 …

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Celebrate National Tequila Day at these Houston restaurants – Houston Public Media

(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic) There are many occasions when it is appropriate to enjoy tequila, but perhaps none is more appropriate than National Tequila Day, which is Sunday. Several restaurants and bars around Houston are offering drink specials, food items and events to commemorate the day, with some offering deals throughout …

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So-Fly Chicken finds a new chicken coop

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – So-Fly Chicken reopened today in a new location in College Station. Those looking for a bite to eat can find the restaurant’s new home on Texas Avenue in the Old Boomtown barbecue venue. The restaurant was previously located at Public and Main and operated from a …

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Voodoo Donut targets Katy with a fourth-place finish in the Houston area

Food & Culture // Restaurants & Bars Greg Morago, Personal editor July 20, 2022Updated: July 20, 2022 1:48 p.m. This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate Katy Residents will have some serious donut magic coming soon. The cult-favorite Voodoo Donut, already established in Houston as …

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Shop, dine and drink at Kingsland/Granite Shoals

Tate Gregory and Matthew Smith, two winemakers from William Chris Vineyards in Hye, take their lunch break at Wakepoint LBJ in Kingsland. Wakepoint is a hotspot for boaters and locals in Kingsland that overlooks the merge of the Colorado River, Llano River and Lake LBJ. Staff photo by Dakota Morrissiey …

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Move to Bastrop and settle in its many restaurants and bars

A major draw for any potential buyer is the area – and in particular its restaurants. After all, even with a gourmet kitchen in your new dream home, you won’t want to cook. all night. If you consider Bastrop, on the southeast outskirts of Austin, your new home base, your …

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Taco Cabana expands its margarita selection to 12 flavors year-round

San Antonio Tex-Mex chain taco shack gives people what they want: all the flavors of the margarita, served all year round. According to a statement, the company is calling the dibs on the title of Margarita Headquarters fearing 12 permanent margarita flavors on the menu, each available for $3, all …

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The new Tex-Mex restaurant is coming to South College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) – The town of College Station has grown at a rapid pace, adding several new commercial and residential spaces to the community. Gringo’s Mexican Foodthe latest restaurant chain to call College Station home, opens on Tuesday. The Houston-based restaurant chain held a soft opening on July …

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Black Restaurant Week showcases culinary talent and Black-owned businesses in Toronto

As the city gears up for its annual Toronto Caribbean Carnival, a separate organization has gone a step ahead by showcasing black-owned restaurants to help them thrive. Black Restaurant Week (BRW) just wrapped up in Toronto, where it promoted and celebrated the flavors of African American, African and Caribbean cuisine. …

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Mike Copeland: Staying Cool at L3Harris; Real estate ahead; Waco under 40; Restaurant Overview | Local business news

The L3Harris aircraft modification plant in Waco has plenty of space and plenty of people to keep cool: half a million square feet and 1,200, respectively. So the game plan includes coolers filled with ice water, neck cooling wraps, electrolyte popsicles, extra fans for use inside airplanes, one-ton coolers that …

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🌱 30 Women Settle With Houston Texans + Houston Restaurant Weeks

Hello, neighbors! It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your host from the Houston Daily. Let’s start this Saturday off right, with a quick dive into everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: Partially sunny. High: 95 Low: 78. 🏡 Looking for more real estate leads …

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New York restaurants on the radar for the 2022 Michelin awards

Bonnies received a New York Times Critics’ Pick when it debuted in February 2022. Critic Pete Wells praised the restaurant for its inspired fusion of Chinese and American cuisine, even poetic about the restaurant’s version of the McRib. CheLi’s also draws its culinary inspiration from China, but according to Grub …

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Fat Shack brings everything fried to Plano

Tom Armenti opened his first big cabin location in 2010 in New Jersey with $5,000 and the scullery of a bagel shop. Since then, with a little help from shark tank and Dallas‘ own Mark Cuban, Fat Shack has expanded to 28 locations across the United States. One of them …

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South Beach nightclub reopens in Montrose with packed VIP party

Crowds came out to dance at Thursday’s VIP reopening of the South Beach nightclub in Montrose. Including Lynn Wyatt. The philanthropist and socialite was among the first to swing under the club’s 450-pound, 8-foot rotating quartz crystal chandelier. She was joined by friends as ABBA’s “Gimme Gimme Gimme” rumbled through …

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Local restaurant strives to save energy despite ERCOT request

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) – For the second time in three days, ERCOT is asking Texans to conserve power during the evening hours to avoid forced outages across the state, but it’s a request that many businesses say they find it difficult to respect. Most food-related businesses will need to continue …

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100 best restaurants for al fresco dining in 2022

More al fresco places to love: OpenTable data shows a 54% increase in restaurants nationwide offering al fresco dining Alfresco dining is heating up, and this year diners will find more patios and streets to love: National data from OpenTable shows the number of restaurants offering al fresco dining is …

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Foodja expands to Dallas, partners with local restaurants to offer professional delivery to the workplace

Foodja Cafe kiosk used in a workplace. Photo courtesy of Foodja. Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) Food, the nation’s leading workplace restaurant delivery platform, has expanded into the Dallas market, offering professional meal delivery from local restaurants to Dallas County offices. As a purpose-built platform and service, Foodja was developed exclusively to …

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Unique New EaDo Wine Bar Offers 56 Self-Pouring Varieties Every Day – Roots Merges Old and High Tech

LOri Hernandez’s roots run deep in Houston‘s historic East End. Hailing from the area, Hernandez and partner Paul Siwek (another Houstonian), returned to Bayou City to open their new wine bar called Roots in the part of town she calls home. You can find Roots in EaDo at 3107 Leeland …

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Assenagon Asset Management SA acquires 578 shares of Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (NASDAQ: TXRH)

Assenagon Asset Management SA increased its holdings of Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (NASDAQ: TXRH – Get Rating) shares by 1.3% during the first quarter, according to its latest 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). . The fund held 45,026 shares of the restaurateur after acquiring 578 additional shares …

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The Yard Milkshake Bar is coming to Colorado and more from What Now Media Group’s weekly restaurant pre-opening report

Image credit: The Yard Milkshake Bar Dive into this week’s top stories from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego and San Francisco (RestaurantNews.com) What Now Media Group, Inc.The industry’s leading publisher of pre-opening restaurant news, has published its weekly …

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10 Ways to Celebrate 713 Day in Houston

Photo courtesy of Visit Houston Take advantage of what Houston has to offer and enjoy special events for 713 Day on Wednesday, July 13, 2022. Every summer, Houston has the opportunity to celebrate July 13 (or July 13) as a tribute to its vast area code. The Cité de l’Espace …

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A new group of Portland restaurants wants to reshape the food industry

Your browser does not support the audio element. Before the pandemic, chefs Jasper Shen and Linh Tran followed a familiar path for restaurateurs: opening a new restaurant, finding an enthusiastic following of local foodies, gaining popularity, opening a second location, etc. Shen is no stranger to the Portland food scene. …

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Mastriano speaks to supporters at Leggio’s in Dallas

DALLAS — Surrounded by a room of passionate supporters, gubernatorial candidate State Sen. Doug Mastriano made his goals clear: to protect the liberties of the citizens of Keystone State. “We give the people the choice between freedom and oppression,” Mastriano said during a campaign stop at Italian restaurant Leggio on …

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Rooftop restaurants in the United States that you must visit at least once

For a long time, Fort Lauderdale stood in the shadow of its most famous neighbor to the south: Miami. But in recent years, Fort Lauderdale has earned a reputation as an exciting destination in its own right. With a strong influx of new interests and new development projects underway, it …

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Recession fears? Houston business leaders aren’t worried — yet

Economists say recession risks rise as highest inflation in 40 years saps purchasing power, rising interest rates increase borrowing costs for households and businesses and uncertainty darkens the investment outlook. If this is a national recession, Houston and Texas are unlikely to emerge unscathed. But so far, state and local …

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Wine is just the start of non-stop fun in glorious Grapevine

If you fancy the perfect wine-themed getaway in North Texas, Vine scores important points. Considered the seat of wine-tasting in Texas, the city is home to a bustling urban wine route where you can savor strong, bold reds and crisp, clean whites — and everything in between. A pioneer in …

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Invest South/West program drives growth in Austin

The people of Austin and, I suspect, other parts of the city where there have been years of divestment have had to fight for what they believe they deserve. Fight for better schools, equal justice, safe streets, a seat at the table, resources for their nonprofit organizations. Fight against a …

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Bar Louie taps into the tropics with new limited-time offers

The Original Gastrobar™ offers new burgers, desserts and non-alcoholic beverages that are sure to get customers in the mood from July 6 through October 1. 4 Dallas, Texas (Restaurant press release) Not planning a beach getaway this summer? No problem because Louis Bar offers customers the chance to enjoy all …

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Best Fried Chicken Fast Food Chains in Texas

It’s National Fried Chicken Day and to mark the occasion, a recent report listed the best fried chicken fast food restaurants in every state. So which chicken chain tops the list in the Lone Star State? The report by marketing agency TOP presents a number of key findings related to …

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Accounting firm unveils new headquarters in Uptown Houston

Weaver, a Houston-based national tax, audit and advisory firm, unveiled its new headquarters in the Five Post Park building in the Uptown neighborhood. Weaver moved from his longtime home at 24 Greenway Plaza where he was spread over three disconnected floors with an abundance of enclosed offices. The company has …

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Spread & Co owners turn love of cheese into a restaurant

Spread & Co. owner Rosemary Ewald sports a cheese tattoo, but she said her cheese business was actually driven by her love of making items like jams and pickles from scratch, as well as the role food played in his life. “My mom worked at the cheese factory and my …

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KOʻA KEA RESORT ON POʻIPU BEACH ANNOUNCES NEW RESTAURANT DIRECTOR

Meritage Collection’s award-winning Koʻa Kea Resort on Poʻipu Beach welcomes John Sweiss as Restaurant Manager. Sweiss will manage Koʻa Kea Resort’s food and beverage teams, including for the renowned Red Salt restaurant, in addition to ensuring that guests receive the highest level of service and quality. He brings over two …

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Trip to Dallas-Fort Worth: Our 15-year-old granddaughter thinks it’s “cool” Texas

If you’re an engaged, grungy resident of the Pacific Northwest, it’s easy—almost automatic—to dismiss Texas as an extraordinarily dry, hot, and culturally oppressive place best avoided, especially in the summer. Our two granddaughters live with their parents in Portland. Recently, we decided to take the eldest daughter, who is 15, …

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Pre-pandemic sized crowds descend on US airports for the holidays – Austin Daily Herald

The Fourth of July holiday weekend has started in full swing with airport crowds crushing numbers seen in 2019, before the pandemic. Travelers appeared to experience fewer delays and canceled flights on Friday than earlier in the week. The Transportation Security Administration screened more than 2.4 million travelers at airport …

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SSCP Appoints Deborah Hinson President of Division Roy

Multi-concept operator SSCP Management Inc. has named Deborah Hinson as president of its restaurant division Roy’s, the company announced Friday. Dallas-based SSCP, which franchises Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Sonic Drive-Ins, and Cicis Pizza, through an affiliate, purchased Roy’s Hawaiian-Japanese fusion concept from Bloomin’ Brands Inc. in 2015, when it …

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Farmers markets help grow local economies

Laura McDonald, executive director of Texas Farmers Market, with locations in Cedar Park and Austin, says it’s important that farmers’ markets provide continued support to farmers and ranchers so that central Texans can continue to have access fresh produce and meat. “There are real concerns about maintaining access to these …

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Things to do: Upcoming food events in Houston this summer 2022

Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary events: The Capital Grille is bringing back its summer wine event, the Generous Pour, featuring six wines from the Antinori family, which has been producing wine in Tuscany and beyond for 26 generations. Beginning July 5, guests …

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Thistle and Mirth co-owners and The Flatburger Society open new breakfast and brunch spot in Pittsfield | Company

PITTSFIELD — The owners of two Pittsfield restaurants have opened a third business downtown. “We believe deeply in Pittsfield,” says Austin Oliver. Oliver and Joad Bowman, co-owners of Thistle and Mirth on West Street and The Flatburger Society on McKay Street, opened Lulu’s Tiny Grocery in the Crawford Square building …

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GERMAN DONER KEBAB CONTINUES NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION WITH HIRING OF KEY EXECUTIVES

New franchisees set to launch multiple restaurants across the US for the UK’s fastest growing restaurant group NEW YORK, June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of an aggressive expansion plan to North America, German Doner Kebab United States (GDK UNITED STATES) announced today that it has hired Robert Bray …

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Fusion BBQ Restaurants to Try in Texas

The brisket bento at Kemuri Tatsu-ya in Austin | Photo by Jane Yun The brisket bento at Kemuri Tatsu-ya in Austin | Photo by Jane Yun Texas is huge, like, boring. If you live in central Texas, it takes forever to cross state lines. But the sheer size of the …

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Eat and drink essentials in Prosper, Melissa and Anna, TX

With so many people moving to northern Collin County, you’re probably wondering what’s up there besides the sprawling real estate developments. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the restaurants that are now open, organized by each city. ANNE, TEXAS Photo: Crow’s Country Cafe | Official site Claiming to be …

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Drip Pricing Hiding in Your Receipts: What Are Those Sneaky Charges?

This story is part So Money (subscribe here)an online community dedicated to financial empowerment and advice, led by CNET Editor at Large and So Money podcast host Farnoosh Torabi. What is happening As businesses grapple with inflation, some are passing on rising costs to consumers with new fees at checkout. …

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Lake Houston set for fourth celebrations

After forgoing some public 4th of July celebrations due to the COVID pandemic in previous years, the Lake Houston area will have several public and private options this year to celebrate the nations independence. Many homeowners associations and homeowners associations hold their own fireworks or 4th of July festivals, but …

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10 of Austin’s Best Bars: Looking for a new place to drink, dance or eat? We have you. – Food

Whether you’re in the mood to dance the night away, catch up with friends over chili fries, or sip wine in the fresh air of an outdoor patio, here are some award-winning Best of Austin bars for your vibe. research. Best booze blast in the past: Nickel City Nickel City …

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Used cooking oil from Orlando restaurants fuels passenger planes

ORLANDO, Florida. – Used cooking oil collected from restaurants near Orlando-area attractions is collected and converted into a fuel that can help keep tourists flying there. “We say we’re saving the world one drop of used oil at a time,” said Dave Kimball. [TRENDING: Police: Teens broke into $8M Florida …

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Houston bar owner to host fundraiser and philanthropic efforts highlighting abortion rights following Roe v. wade

Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, some restaurateurs have begun exploring ways to advocate for the importance of abortion rights and help others access care. Among the first of these, Houston bar Angel Share HTX will spotlight the American Civil Liberties Unionor the ACLU, as well …

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Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber dine at her Malibu restaurant Cafe Habana

Meaningful Beauty founder Cindy Crawford and her second husband, Rande Gerber, dined at her Malibu restaurant, Café Habana, on Wednesday night. For her date night, the 56-year-old 90s supermodel was dressed in a simple black blouse tucked into faded gray skinny jeans and black sandals. Cindy’s 60-year-old husband – who …

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6 positive (and permanent) changes to get out of the COVID-19 pandemic

Dallas Henderson by Dallas Henderson, Account Manager at RizePoint Our world – and our industry – has changed dramatically due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before March 2020, masking was something our kids did on Halloween. We worked side by side without keeping a distance of 6′. Our dining rooms were …

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Shipley Do-Nuts Inks Agreement to Open First Orlando Stores

New development contract to bring 5 sites to Orange County area Houston, TX (RestaurantNews.com) Shipley Do-Nutsmaker of fresh, everyday gourmet donuts for more than 85 years, will enter the Orlando, Florida market in 2022 after signing a new franchise agreement with MLD Hospitality LLC. MLD Hospitality, led by restaurant industry …

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Houston Diversión Bar Named One of America’s Best Bars for 2022

Food & Culture // Restaurants & Bars Greg Morago, Personal editor June 21, 2022Updated: June 21, 2022 9:32 a.m. This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate Texas Meyer lemon mousse.”/>1of2 Diversión is an intimate new bar from Kirby’s Steven E. Salazar. The 32-seat bar serves …

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Wingstop opens its first restaurant in Canada

Photography: Shutterstock Wingstop makes a breakthrough in Canada. The Dallas-based chicken wing chain plans to open its first Toronto location this month, with a grand opening scheduled for June 29 that will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and beatboxing. It will be the first of 100 locations planned for the country, …

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Houston culinary influencer’s smash burgers pop up at favorite fine dining restaurant

One of Houston‘s most popular burger pop-ups will team up with one of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants this weekend. The following Burger Bodega the pop-up will take place on Saturday June 25 at Bludorn 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. (807 Taft St.). Started by food influencer Abbas Dhanani – …

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Nobu vs. Matsuhisa Restaurants: What’s the Biggest Difference?

According to Forbes, Nobu and Matsuhisa restaurants adhere to Nobu’s philosophy of excellence by focusing 50% on exceptional service and 50% on food quality. Both play with Peruvian influences like seafood ceviches and tiraditos, a thinly sliced ​​raw fish similar to sashimi or carpaccio de crudo. The restaurants also incorporate …

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This Houston Couple Met In Kindergarten In Kinkaid, But Took Years To Find Love – The Marriage Story Of Sarah Harris And Perry Oster

Perry Oster and Sarah Harris met in kindergarten at Kinkaid School. They attended Sunday school together where they were confirmed in the same class. They even went to each other’s bar mitzvahs. They didn’t even become friends until their senior year of high school. Then, on New Years Eve 2014, …

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James Beard Awards Recognize North Carolina Chefs and Restaurants | Texas News

By DREW JACKSON, The News & Observer RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Starting with a small fried fish shack in Durham, chef Ricky Moore is at the top of the culinary world. Moore is North Carolina’s latest James Beard Award winner, bringing home the Southeast’s top chef for his Saltbox Seafood …

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Wing It On Chicken Restaurant! opens first DFW site in Fort Worth

A new fender seal has arrived in Texas, bringing “wings ‘n wiches” to Fort Worth. Called Get started!it’s a small North Carolina-based chain opening its only location in Texas, none other than Fort Worth. The restaurant is moving to a new center in the far southwest of Fort Worth at …

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Takeaways from the long-awaited opening of Chuy’s in Midland

Chuy’s officially opened its Midland location on Tuesday. The day before, the restaurant held a fundraiser for Bynum School and the Reporter-Telegram got a sneak peek at the restaurant and its food. Here are some takeaways. FoodThe Tex-Mex restaurant brings all its signature dishes. For those familiar with the menu, …

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