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Day: April 3, 2021

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ROCHESTER, Minn. – With Easter right around the corner many families may be thinking of celebrating with brunch or dinner this weekend so Rochester restaurants are preparing for an uptick in customers.

Chester’s Kitchen and Bar says it’s nearly booked for Easter brunch with around 200 tables reserved.

The restaurant says sales are increasing a bit every day as more customers appear to feel comfortable dining indoors.
However, that doesn’t mean the restaurant is lowering COVID-19 cleaning standards.

Assistant general manager Stacy Brambrink said, “We’re still holding our standards high for our cleaning, detailed cleaning, after every guest and every

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Facebook posts claim a “loophole” allows beverages other than water to be given out in Georgia, where a new law establishes specific areas in and around polling places where electioneering and gift-giving are barred. But the text of the law makes clear that the restrictions apply to all drinks, not just water — which the office of Georgia’s secretary of state confirmed, saying that giving “gifts” to waiting voters was already illegal.

“GEORGIA Loophole Found: Give Iced Tea, Soda Pop, Kool Ade, Chocolate Milk, Mixed Drinks, Anything but ‘WATER’ To Drink,” says a March

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Opening Day for the Washington Nationals kicks off on Thursday, April 1, with the home team facing off against the New York Mets at 7:09 PM. While entry to Nationals Park is limited to season ticket holders this year, bars and restaurants around the stadium are opening their doors and offering game day specials. Here’s where to celebrate the start of baseball season.

Atlas Brew Works
1201 Half St., SE
The Navy Yard taproom is pouring $5 pints of Bullpen Pilsner from 12 PM to 4 PM. Pair with New York-style pies from Andy’s Pizza

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Whether you like it or not, there’s probably some food combination that you absolutely love and most people would think is absolutely insane. It’s all good though, that’s what makes you unique! And apparently, someone over at Disney wants to appeal to everyone out there who has a taste for something kind of out there, which is why they have a fried pickle corn dog that you can get at Disneyland right now.

Don’t get me wrong, I love a strange food combo more than I’d shamelessly admit, so I want to let you know if this snack sounds like

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After five long years of anticipation, the Tenderloin is getting its first ambitious food hall on Monday — filled with tough-to-find dishes like jerk chicken tacos, vegan pupusas and Senegalese peanut stew. Billed as the first women-led food hall in the country and an example for mission-driven development, the effort is run by La Cocina, arguably San Francisco’s most beloved food nonprofit that’s launched the careers of chefs with national clout like Reem Assil of Reem’s and Nite Yun of Nyum Bai.

Starting out with weekday lunch for takeout, La Cocina Municipal Marketplace will debut with six restaurants by women … Read More

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A YEAR AGO Aaron Gordon supposed it was all over for his restaurant in a prosperous enclave of Washington, DC. The city had ordered restaurants to close for eat-in dining. But a surge in orders for takeout and delivery soon pushed his takings back up. Sensing an opportunity, he searched for a site to launch a takeout- and delivery-only business. Ghostline DC, a vast kitchen with space for six businesses to cook and box up food, is still going strong, he says, even as the city begins to let restaurants reopen.

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