Potatoes on pizza sounds rather daft until the confit fingerling pizza ($17) arrives. Poaching taters in fat makes them dense, and they soak up flavors. So when they’re sliced thin and strewn across chile cream with fat petals of roasted onions and smoked caciocovallo cheese, then fired in an 800-degree oven, potatoes gain quite a bit of character. Applications of rosemary salt and pecorino Romano add aroma and umami saltiness, leading to my unequivocal endorsement
Notice some unusual announcements today from food brands? Maybe take them with a grain of salt.
Companies across the globe are taking advantage of April Fools’ Day to execute clever marketing campaigns. The more ridiculous the product, the more buzz on the internet. Luckily for us, it’s extremely entertaining.
Food brands and restaurants have stepped up their April Fools’ game this year, providing hilarious concoctions and products. Be honest: Did you fall for any of these?
Kraft Food’s Velveeta pranked us with a new cheese-inspired skincare line. With a motto like “discover your skin’s natural, creamy complexion,”
Adrian’s Restaurant & Bar, which has been closed since last summer, is being converted into another City Pork, which is slated to open in May.
City Pork owner Stephen Hightower, who signed the paperwork for the 6,870-square-foot space earlier this morning, will lease the building from Juban’s Restaurant Group, which “pressed pause” on Adrian’s nearly one year ago amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s not the first time Hightower’s City Group Hospitality has partnered with Juban’s Restaurant Group. Back in August, City Group acquired Beausoleil from Juban’s.
“We’ve been working on this for a handful of months, since the Beausoleil acquisition,”
We’ve been waiting for this news item since we first learned that alcohol would be served in Star Wars Galaxy’s edge. While there’s no need for alcoholic beverage sales all over Disneyland the way it’s available at California Adventure or Downtown Disney, many guests would like a glass of wine or a beer when sitting down to a nice (and very expensive) meal at Blue Bayou. And that’s exactly what’s new on the menu when the popular restaurant reopens (whenever that might be)…
Similar to the beverage service at Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, there won’t be an
APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin’s cocktails to-go law has now gone into effect. Action 2 News first reported last week Governor Evers signed a bill that will allow bars and restaurants to sell drinks and glasses of wine made on premises for consumption off premises if packaged in a sealed, tamper-free container.
Prior to Sunday, bars and restaurants could sell all of the ingredients needed for a craft cocktail to someone ordering takeout — as long as the drink wasn’t mixed. Those same establishments can now sell those cocktails mixed as long as they’re sealed.
“It’s another source of income
Openings & Announcements
James Anderson, the owner of Ray Ray’s Hog Pit and a James Beard nominee, is ready to unveil his first sit-down restaurant, Ray Ray’s Meat + Three. The new Granville spot will open to the public on Wednesday, April 7, at 1256 Columbus Road, formerly Creno’s Pizza. Anderson has long wanted to open a meat-and-three, a Southern restaurant that serves a protein such as brisket or chicken accompanied by three sides. Key to executing the new menu is chef Bill Glover, who joined Ray Ray’s as CEO last fall after leaving his post at Hilton Columbus