The new Ohio Tavern opened quietly earlier this month, and just started serving food this week, one of its owners said.
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"We're trying to stay relevant," said Wayne Crokus, manager of Steve's on University. "We're trying to create the consumer by educating them more."
What has been the MSCo Patisserie since February 2015 will become overflow seating and eventually a classroom and event space available for parties to rent.
Arby’s has put all of its slow-smoked meats — smoked turkey, brisket and new smoked pork belly — into one sandwich, along with cheese sauce and onion straws.
The exciting thing about Sweet Tea, a new southern comfort food restaurant on State Street, is that the menu changes each day.
Sweet Tea serves southern comfort food next to The Fountain on State Street. Chef Candace Flowers changes the menu, which includes things like tilapia, fried chicken, greens and Brunswick stew, every day.
Morning and lunchtime business just haven't picked up at Estrellon's cafe. On Nov. 1, daytime service will close and begin a shift to a new, unnamed bar.
Cercis Brewing Co., which is expected to open in the summer of 2017, will be hosting the event as a way to introduce its beer to the public, get some feedback and create a little buzz about the new business.
At a food conference in Manhattan, Gunn made strong parallels between fashion and food, both driven by trends, connected to culture, highly entrepreneurial and very personal.