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TUNE IN NOW: Hear How Restaurateurs Innovated Their Way Through 2020

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Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images Join a discussion on the many creative solutions and pivots it took to make it through this year in the restaurant industry https://voxmedia.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hhg94CMvTHGR7y9iQ6HhRg Source link more

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The Restaurant Projects That Never Happened in This Pandemic Year

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“The year has been a wash,” says Caleb Zigas, the executive director of La Cocina, the San Francisco-based kitchen incubator focused on uplifting immigrants and women of color. “It’s a garbage-ass year.” In March, La Cocina was poised to open the first food hall of its kind: In San Francisco’s ... more

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How One of Houston’s Hottest Restaurants Opened During a Pandemic

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When much-anticipated Montrose restaurant Bludorn opened its doors back in August, it brought with it a terrible recurring nightmare for chef-owner Aaron Bludorn: What if the restaurant opened, but no one came? “I honestly thought we’d open up and I’d just be looking at an empty dining room,” Bludorn says. ... more

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Nearly 250 sick in Venezuelan Salmonella outbreak

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A state in Venezuela has reported a Salmonella outbreak with almost 250 people affected. The Anzoatiguense Institute of Health (Saludanz) has recorded a significant increase in cases of salmonellosis during the past month in the state of Bolívar. So far, there have been no deaths. Omar Aray, president of the ... more

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Kruse defense attorneys drop challenge to Grand Jury formation

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Attorneys defending former Blue Bell Creameries boss Paul Kruse have dropped their concern that the coronavirus pandemic may have tainted the Grand Jury that indicted their client. Chris Flood of Houston and John D. Cline of San Francisco filed a motion on Nov. 23 for disclosure of Grand Jury selection ... more

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Father shares how life changed after son’s Listeria infection

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The father of a boy who fell sick during the Listeria outbreak in South Africa in 2017 and 2018 has told how the family is still dealing with the consequences. James Nsayi is now 5 years old. He was diagnosed with listeriosis during the outbreak and suffers from epilepsy. The ... more

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Pro-Trump Protesters Gather Around Harry’s Bar Over Weekend of Violent Rallies in D.C.

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Harry’s Bar, a downtown D.C. pub that has drawn attention in recent months for hosting the white supremacists, election deniers, and COVID-19 ignorers who support outgoing President Donald Trump, served as the backdrop this weekend for politically charged confrontations that resulted in four stabbings and 33 arrests for misdemeanor assaults, ... more

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Philly Restaurant Workers Get Their Own COVID-19 Testing Site Starting in January

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Starting in 2021, Philadelphia restaurant workers will have access to frequent and free COVID-19 testing at Rittenhouse’s year-old the Goat. Prolific Philly pub owner Fergus Carey has donated use of his sprawling restaurant that currently remains closed at 1907 Sansom Street. Every Thursday starting January 7, the Goat will function ... more

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The 27 Best Milwaukee Restaurants to Try Right Now

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2020 was supposed to be Milwaukee’s year. From their shiny new arena, the Bucks were Vegas oddsmakers’ favorites for an NBA title run; the Democratic National Convention would spotlight the town; and countless new breweries would join the billowing chorus that lend the city its characteristic yeasty smell. Instead, the ... more

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DoorDash Worth Billions as Restaurants Close En Masse

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This post originally appeared on December 12, 2020 in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. It took a pandemic, making consumers and restaurants increasingly dependent on delivery, for third-party ... more

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