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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Family business draws crowds for 'perfect burger'

    As he has every morning in Pittsburgh for 15 years, Dominic Piccola walks across Liberty Avenue from his home to Tessaro's, where he turns about 300 pounds of meat into ground beef for burgers. Passing the checkered barroom floor and the kitchen, the 62-...
  • In anticipating EPA plan, states can follow examples of neighbors

    While debate rages on about the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan aimed at reducing greenhouse gas pollution from existing U.S. power plants, it's important to take a look at what is already working around the country from the...
  • Fuddruckers Deluxe Bar & Grill to open in Newport News Aug. 26

    Fuddruckers Deluxe Bar & Grill to open in Newport News Aug. 26
    Fuddruckers, known for Build Your Own burgers, is returning to Newport News in the former Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant location on Aug. 26, the general manager confirmed. Houston-based Luby's Inc., the parent company of both restaurant chains, is...
  • Turnout for Catonsville's Frederick Road Fridays concert series grows

    Turnout for Catonsville's Frederick Road Fridays concert series grows
    With a lower turnout due to the threat of rain, a crowd just shy of 1,000 packed the parking lot at the Mews on Mellor for a recent Frederick Road Fridays event, which has seen its greatest attendance since it began in 2008. That a count of more than...
  • Baltimore's private dining clubs aim to attract new, younger members

    Baltimore's private dining clubs aim to attract new, younger members
    Baltimore's private dining clubs, longtime bastions of business networking and deal-making, are loosening up in an effort to attract a younger generation to keep their doors open. Dress codes are easing and lower dues are offered for young members at...
  • Mount Prospect pizzeria owner still wants to redevelop his block

    Mount Prospect pizzeria owner still wants to redevelop his block
    The walls are wood, the lighting fixtures are colorful and some of the furniture is antique. Ye Olde Town Inn, 18 W. Busse Ave. in Mount Prospect, has been a bar and restaurant for nearly a century, said Tod Curtis, the 75-year-old owner who lives in...
  • O'Garro Charged With Failing To Pay Restaurant Employees

    Earl O'Garro Jr., a former insurance executive at the center of a federal investigation into unpaid premiums, faces five felony counts of failing to pay wages to employees of a now-defunct Middletown restaurant he operated in 2013. The state Department...
  • Palm Restaurant to close in West Hollywood, reopen in Beverly Hills

    Palm Restaurant to close in West Hollywood, reopen in Beverly Hills
    After nearly 40 years in West Hollywood, the Palm Restaurant announced it will close its doors Sept. 30. The restaurant will reopen at a location in Beverly Hills in early November.  The classic steakhouse with its white-jacketed servers has been a...
  • Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests

    Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests
    Hundreds of protesters gathered at a suburban St. Louis police station on Monday demanding murder charges against an officer who shot to death an unarmed black teenager over the weekend. The largely peaceful protests, monitored by about 50 police...
  • Chicken fries are back at Burger King

    Chicken fries are back at Burger King
    Your fast food prayers have been answered. Chicken fries, the fried chicken slivers shaped like French fries, are back on the menu at Burger King. The fast food chain made the announcement on its Twitter account Monday morning. And they made up their...
  • What's left on the menu? Russian restaurateurs wrangle with food ban

    What's left on the menu? Russian restaurateurs wrangle with food ban
    Moscow's sweeping sanctions on European food have sent Russian restaurateurs, retail chains and food producers scrambling for alternative supplies and bracing for Soviet-style shortages. The tit for tat trade restrictions - a response to U.S. and EU...
  • Cruise lines catering to younger crowds

    Cruise lines catering to younger crowds
    For their next vacation, Jessica and Michael Hammer are heading to Sweden, where they will stay with friends and immerse themselves in the rhythms of daily life. "We want to learn about the country," said Jessica Hammer, a 31-year-old Coconut Creek, Fla....