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Smart streets doesn’t deter restaurant opening

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Royal Nepal Indian restaurant expands Greeley’s cultural cuisine

Greeley’s newest restaurant, Royal Nepal — a Nepalese, Indian and Tibetan food restaurant — will be a natural fit in downtown, even if it seems odd among this meat-and-potatoes culture. Owner Peter Sitaula is counting on the growing cultural acceptance beyond Greeley’s historical palate. Sitaula is a Nepali native, and he has experience in cooking […]

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New downtown restaurant offers Indiana-grown food

By July, the owners of a new restaurant in downtown Kokomo hope to bring all Indiana grown food to their customers. The Wildcat, just below The Coterie on West Sycamore Street and owned by the same people, will be a farm to table restaurant. All the meat and produce will come from local, Indiana producers. […]

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Recently closed restaurant auctions off equipment

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Latitude 360 held an auction Saturday, giving people the opportunity to own a piece of the recently closed restaurant. Latitude 360 was evicted from its location across from the Avenues Mall back in January. Hundreds filled the restaurant looking for anything they might need. Saturday’s auction was mostly restaurant and bar equipment. […]

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Fire erupts at Giuseppe’s restaurant in Pismo Beach

Updated at 11:30 a.m. A fire broke out early Saturday at Giuseppe’s Cucina Italiana restaurant in Pismo Beach, gutting much of the interior and causing several million dollars’ worth of damage, a fire investigator said. Fire crews responded at about 2 a.m. to the 891 Price St. building after an employee preparing to leave after closing reported […]

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Rhode Island restaurant owner fires son for insulting customer as ‘fatty’ on bill

A Rhode Island restaurant owner fired his son — the bartender — for insulting a customer on a credit card receipt as “fatty.” Dillon Arnold got the shock of his life when he was paying his bill at All Stars Bar Grill in Warwick Tuesday night Tuesday. Hear from a victim of body shaming on […]

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Restaurant openings: SmallFry does late-night in Logan; free hot chicken for a year

Our weekly update on Chicago’s newest restaurants: SmallFry, an ambitious late-night burger stop, opened in Logan Square Tuesday. Owners Colin Kelahan and Egan Quinn are looking to meet an underserved need in the neighborhood: fast-casual dining. “Logan (Square)’s got a lot of great food, but a lot of it is on the higher end,” Kelahan says. […]

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A Palm Springs Restaurant That Focuses on Alfresco

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Restaurant Owner in Rhode Island Fires Son for Writing ‘Fatty’ on Customer’s Receipt

He just wanted to grab a cold beer with friends, but his night turned upside down after receiving a fat-shaming message. A customer received a fat-shaming message at a restaurant in Rhode Island. (Credit: Dillion Arnold) Dillion Arnold was hanging with friends at a bar in Warwick, RI, on Wednesday when he was insulted. “I […]

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In the battle of the restaurant apps, almost everyone is losing, even McDonalds

According to RetailMeNot, one in four U.S. consumers has at least one restaurant app on their phone, for various reasons — whether it be to gain loyalty points, order ahead, use digital coupons, or make mobile payments. But according to new research released today by ARC from Applause — which takes in data from nearly one […]

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