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  • Second Blue Sky Cafe coming to Easton

    Second Blue Sky Cafe coming to Easton
    The owners of Blue Sky, a popular breakfast and lunch spot on W. Fourth Street in south Bethlehem, are bringing their culinary expertise to Easton. Billy and Tabitha Sneeringer hope to open Blue Sky at The State Cafe & Grill sometime this week at 14-16...
  • Radio personality eyes Highwood for restaurant, music venue

    Radio personality eyes Highwood for restaurant, music venue
    Radio personality Kathy Hart and her husband, Billy Baruth, are buying the former Bertucci's Italian Steak House in Highwood, vacant since last fall, to create separate dining and live-music venues under one roof. Kathy is co-host of "The Eric and Kathy...
  • Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more

    Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more
    Small Bites is a round-up of news and tidbits from Baltimore's dining scene: • Farmstead Shack, the "companion kiosk" to the full-service restaurant Farmstead Grill, has opened at The Shops at Canton Crossing. Service at the kiosk started quietly...
  • Chef of the Moment: up-and-coming Philip Pretty at under-the-radar Fundamental LA

    Chef of the Moment: up-and-coming Philip Pretty at under-the-radar Fundamental LA
    Philip Pretty is the executive chef at Fundamental LA, the Westwood Boulevard restaurant that by day is a sandwich shop and by night becomes a charming dinner spot with seasonal California small plates and a three-course menu (plus dessert) for $39 (you...
  • Chef Aarón Sánchez Opens Paloma in Stamford

    Chef Aarón Sánchez Opens Paloma in Stamford
    You may know Aarón Sánchez from the Food Network ("Chopped," "Best Thing I Ever Ate," "Next Iron Chef") and now he's joining the Connecticut restaurant scene. The celebrity chef is bringing his Latin cuisine to Stamford with the 250-seat Paloma, opening...
  • McDonald's, Yum Brands stop using supplier accused of using expired meat

    McDonald's, Yum Brands stop using supplier accused of using expired meat
    McDonald's and Yum! Brands, the company behind Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC, apologized to customers Monday after footage from a Chinese TV station alleged workers at a Shanghai supplier for some of the two companies' Asian outlets used expired meat and...
  • Dining Out: Small plates, big taste at Sustébia

    Dining Out: Small plates, big taste at Sustébia
    Define "Sustébia" a) Portuguese for "sustenance" b) A new restaurant in downtown Glendale c) A mellifluous but meaningless word d) The latest Phil Collins song e) b and c If you answered "e," you are correct. Much like the fusion food they...
  • Home Restaurant: A Haven For Those With Food Allergies

    Home Restaurant: A Haven For Those With Food Allergies
    Jared Schulefand wanted a place he could call home, and he found just the spot in Branford. Schulefand's restaurant, called Home, is a stylish yet cozy space that he hopes customers find relaxing and accommodating. "The [idea] behind the restaurant is...
  • Hawaii: Free breakfast, discounts with Kaanapali Beach Hotel deal

    Hawaii: Free breakfast, discounts with Kaanapali Beach Hotel deal
    The Kaanapali Beach Hotel on the western shore of Maui is one of those places with lots of free cultural activities. You can take in a sunset hula show and a ukulele lesson at the beachside hotel in Lahaina. Now there's something else too: For those who...
  • A tapas party for summer

    It's no wonder Michael Chiarello's flirtatious Coqueta has been such a hit on San Francisco's waterfront. Tapas, gintonics and glorious water views are a potent recipe for happiness. It's also one to inspire a Spanish-style summer fete of your own. You...
  • Support for county farmers is key ingredient of Film Feastival

    Support for county farmers is key ingredient of Film Feastival
    Chef-prepared dishes to sample and freshly picked local produce to buy — what could be more appetizing in July when local harvests are peaking? Mix in socializing with like-minded folks who care where their food comes from and a menu of short...
  • How I Made It: Yves Potvin

    How I Made It: Yves Potvin
    The gig: Yves Potvin, 58, founded Garden Protein International, which is best known for its Gardein line of meat-free foods. Products by the private company, which has its U.S. headquarters in Marina del Rey, can be found in 22,000 North American...