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6 St. Louis chefs and 1 restaurant are 2022 James Beard Awards semi-finalists | off the menu

by on February 24, 2022 0
Several St. Louis-area chefs and restaurants are among the semi-finalists for the James Beard Foundation’s annual awards, which were announced Wednesday. The James Beard Awards return in 2022 after a two-year hiatus. The 2020 awards were canceled before the winners were announced. No awards were held in 2021. During the break, the James Beard... Read More

9 Amazing Restaurants to Try in Morro Bay

by on February 14, 2022 0
Ocean-to-table cuisine is more than a slogan in Morro Bay, California. The fishing boats lining the docks along the downtown Embarcadero of the small town on California’s Central Coast offer a picturesque glimpse of what to expect at the many waterfront restaurants. Diners can expect catch-of-the-day choices including halibut, rockfish and lingcod that are... Read More

El Quijote at the Chelsea Hotel reopens

by on February 8, 2022 0
Headlining El Quixote Its signature red neon sign hasn’t changed, nor have the references to Don Quixote, the Spanish windmill rocker, on its painted walls, frosted glass, ceramics and more. Now, This restaurant at the Chelsea Hotel on West 23rd Street, one of the oldest in the city — it opened in 1930 —... Read More

Baba’s Place Marrickville Review 2022 Review

by on January 17, 2022 0
Address 20 Sloane Street Marrickville, New South Wales 2204 See the map Opening hours Thu-Sun 6pm-10pm Characteristics Accepts reservations, Licensed, Groups Prices Moderate (dishes $20 to $40) Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard Anyone who lived within three miles of Baba’s Place during Sydney’s last lockdown was lucky. Take-out cherry kofta, samk and harra (“Lebo-filet-o-fish”) with... Read More

Now open: Cafe de Miro offers Kurdish-style food at the city center market

by on December 7, 2021 0
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan (WOOD) ꟷ A new, family-run restaurant gives the downtown Grand Rapids Market its first taste of Kurdish-style Mediterranean cuisine. Miró’s Cafe opened its second location inside the market this week, about six months later than originally planned. A spokesperson for City center market said the project encountered the same construction, labor... Read More

Where to find Dalgona candy in New York restaurants

by on November 19, 2021 0
Squid game has increased restaurant patrons’ demand for Korean childhood retro street snack so much that it looks like dalgona candy, also known as ppopgi, is here to stay. From a dalgona makgeolli to a foie gras accord, new creative interpretations have proliferated in the hands of Korean American chefs who have welcomed... Read More

Darlinghurst’s Red Lantern Comes Out of Lockdown with New Look and Vietnamese Street Food Menu

by on November 11, 2021 0
When Darlinghurst’s institution, Red Lantern, reopened after the lockdown, it got a new lease of life. In addition to maintaining Red Lantern’s thriving drive-thru banquet service, chef and co-owner Mark Jensen spent much of the closure refreshing both the dining room of the beloved Vietnamese restaurant and its menu, in the aim to... Read More

Why this Cottonwood brewery is a must

by on October 22, 2021 0
Cottonwood is all about the wine. As you walk down the historic Main Street, wineries, tasting rooms, and souvenir shops selling anything grape-painted fill both sides of the road. And while Cottonwood is a fantastic place for wine lovers, there is one place in town that argues for giving up your wineglass and... Read More

Langston Blvd Restaurant specializes in Uyghur cuisine

by on October 18, 2021 0
A restaurant specializing in traditional dishes from an ethnic group in northwest China has opened in Cherrydale. Despite its minimal online presence, the new Uyghur restaurant Bostan (3911 Langston Blvd) has already drawn DC patrons to the Shenandoah Valley looking to sample its regional dishes. “If a Uyghur restaurant opens… everyone knows... Read More

The Athens Food We Love

by on September 22, 2021 0
When you graduate from Ohio University, you come away with new skills to help you succeed in the real world, a degree to show for all the hours of hard work, a sense of relief that you’ve finally hit the line. arrival of school… and an obsession with Bagel Street Deli (a taste that... Read More

Felice opens branch on the Upper West Side

by on August 10, 2021 0
Headlining Felice columbus Restaurants often open in the hope of winning the loyalty of neighborhood customers. In this Upper West Side addition to the Felice restaurants, with locations on the Upper East Side and elsewhere, Iacopo Falai, a native of Florence and culinary director of SA Hospitality, which owns the restaurants Felice and... Read More

Dory’s cocktails and snacks

by on August 4, 2021 0
If you want to take advantage of the innovative price of Dory but not ready for a multi-course tasting meal, head to the restaurant’s cozy bar. Chef David Krog and his wife Amanda have set up a friendly and welcoming bar at the front of their new restaurant known for its tasting menus.... Read More