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“The two restaurants are very much like sisters,” she said. “They’re going to share the same DNA but each has its own unique style.”

The new restaurant is planned at 57 W. Franklin St., a two-story structure built in 1900, according to Montgomery County records. The amount of Salar’s investment was not disclosed.

Salar rebounding after devastating fire

Construction and renovation on the interior of the building began this week and will continue over the next few months with a projected completion in the fall.

Salar’s new concept will “honor the charm and integrity of the properties’ original exterior architecture

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Shuggie’s Trash Pie & Natural Wine — the ambitious, new pizzeria that plans to make its pies with food waste — is now opening in the Mission District.

Originally set to open in North Beach this spring, the restaurant will now open in the Mission District sometime this fall, a spokesperson for the restaurant told The Chronicle. The North Beach location fell through unexpectedly, the spokesperson said, but declined to provide details.

Shuggie’s will now take over from margarita destination Velvet Cantina, which permanently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic last summer. It’s bigger than the original planned location, and

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ELLINGTON, CT (WFSB) – The North Central District Health Department is putting out a warning for consumers not to eat food purchased from Gerry’s Donuts in Ellington.

The warning was issued after the health department received several reports of gastrointestinal illness from people who recently consumed donuts and other products from the business.

Symptoms reported included vomiting and diarrhea.

Gerry’s Donuts is closed while the health department investigates the cause of the illness.

The health department advised anyone who purchased products from Gerry’s Donuts, should discard them immediately.

Anyone experiencing illness should contact their healthcare provider.

Gerry’s Donuts posted a

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The Tulsa Property Group broke ground Thursday on a new restaurant and retail space just south of Centennial Park. 

Developers said this is not only a space for those who live near Centennial Park, but a place for everyone in Tulsa to enjoy. 

This latest space is second phase of Tulsa Property Group’s development at Centennial Park.

“Part of what we’re doing now, is just bringing something to the community,” says Luke Westerfield with Tulsa Property Group. 

Phase one of the project was 54 apartments as part of the Village Flats Complex, which is now complete. The second phase will

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