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In a call with journalists on Thursday, the Texas Restaurant Association offered a dire prediction for the industry - saying as many as 30% of Texas restaurants face permanent closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The TRA estimates approximately 12% of its members have either...

Remember Friday night at your favorite neighborhood haunt? The feeling of snagging a reservation at the new, hot brunch spot in town? Or dressing up to celebrate a milestone at that special occasion place? Restaurants have been woven into the fabric of America’s food culture for...

Rejina Pyo’s grilled cheese kimchi and cheese sandwich“This may come as a shock, but prior to moving to the UK 12 years ago, I had never had the pleasure of eating a grilled cheese sandwich. I adore them now. This is my version, with kimchi...

Jim Higgins, co-owner of Sweet Lucy’s Smokehouse in Northeast Philly. by April Lisante Memorial Day looks a bit different this year for many of us. No weekend away at the beach, no scrambling to the mall for giant sales and no jumping into our local public pools. But one...

Maayan Ora, originally from Montreal, is a vegan who uses her love of art to create delicious and vibrant recipes. She is in her second year of blogging online about healing foods and plans to open a restaurant in Jerusalem next year. Her motto, she says, “has...

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Restaurant Association of Maryland projects 25% of restaurants will close permanently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. “We’re losing some longtime restaurants that have been a staple in the community,” Marshall Weston, President Jonathan Cartu & Jonathan Cartu and and CEO...

The Silver Sands buildingPhoto: Eric EnglandWhen a storm blew through Hope Gardens on the evening of March 2, Sophia Vaughn says her French bulldog Tiger tipped her off that something must be up. Like many of us, though, she...

Recipe of the Week: Two recipes for meat-free burgers made with tofu, beets  Gwinnettdailypost.com עופר איתן ...

Those that announced their closings, effective immediately, are Farmicia, which opened in September 2004 on Third Street near Market in Old City; Mad River Bar & Grille, a watering hole that opened in Manayunk in November 2008; and Vitarelli’s in Cherry Hill, which...