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Central Texas barbecue has arrived in Clintonville thanks to chef Brad Harkrider, aka Hank. Harkrider’s new venture, Hank’s Texas BBQ, opens Wednesday, May 12, at 2941 N. High St., replacing Old Skool. The chef-owner, a Texas native, was previously executive chef at J. Liu Restaurant & Bar. The menu features starters such as fried green tomatoes, brisket nachos and corn cakes. Meat options include brisket, ribs, pulled pork, smoked chicken and sausage. Cocktails, beer and wine will also be available. You can check out the menu here

Urban Chophouse, Chris Corso’s latest restaurant concept

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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A new restaurant called Jenny’s Pop-up On The Block puts a new restaurant and chefs in the spotlight each week by handing over their kitchen.

For years, Francisca Oketa and her husband have dreamed of opening a restaurant.

“For a long time we have really been wanting a restaurant but with all the bureaucracy and the money we couldn’t start one,” said Francisca Oketa.

Their dream became a reality, at least for a couple days, when they met Jenny Torrence.

Torrence launched Jenny’s Pop-up on the Block .

“Not only are we celebrating the first Friday

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Texas’ first Salad and Go drive-through opens May 5 in Plano.

The company picked North Texas as its first focus outside of its home state of Arizona, and plans call for at least six Salad and Go shops to open in Plano, Dallas, Richardson and Fort Worth in mid-2021.

When CFO Brian Roberts talks about Salad and Go, he doesn’t use that word.

“We don’t call ourselves a restaurant,” Roberts says. And maybe Salad and Go isn’t: It’s a 700-square-foot standalone building with a drive-through window and a walk-up window. Customers don’t come inside, and no one eats on

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It seemed a couple of years ago that everywhere she looked, cookbook author Tracey Medeiros was reading about the health benefits of the plant known by many as marijuana.

“I was frequently coming across articles discussing the wellness properties of cannabis, and I thought, ‘Why not write a cookbook that would showcase cannabis and all the wonders of it?’” said Medeiros, whose previous books include “The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook,” “Dishing Up Vermont” and “The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook.” “I thought, ‘This is something that needs to be written and I need to educate myself in this area, because this is

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After a successful run at the Queens Night Market in 2019, chef and owner Amy Pryke recently debuted a brick-and-mortar outpost of her popular Singaporean food stall, Native Noodles, in Washington Heights.

Located at 2129 Amsterdam Avenue, at West 166th Street, the fast-casual spot officially opened its doors on February 8 and is sticking to takeout and delivery for now, says Pryke. But customers who frequented her stall at the Queens Night Market — which was open on weekends from the spring to the fall of 2019 — can expect to see some of their favorites on the restaurant’s menu,

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