eatery

Little Lan’s, Winnetka’s oldest eatery, could get booted after surviving pandemic: ‘It would be devastating’

Is a chop at the end of this stick?

Is Winnetka’s oldest restaurant heading to the land of the lost?

Little Lan’s, a traditional, old-school Chinese eatery in the middle of posh North Shore environs, may lose its lease — a move that would devastate its owner, Chien Lan Pi, who has given her blood, sweet and tears to the business for 29 years.

“It’s sad and it’s bad optics,” said longtime Winnetkan Monica Bidwill. “The owner is a hard-working Asian American woman, who fought hard to make it through the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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Cleveland restaurateur Ben Bebenroth launching unique multi-concept eatery

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Ben Bebenroth is a thoughtful guy. For the restaurateur who formerly owned the acclaimed Spice Kitchen + Bar in Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood, a restaurant should not be simply any old business venture. It should have a sense of responsibility. So it’s no surprise to learn he has spent months planning his latest concept – Keep The Change Kitchen Collective – which will open in March.

Bebenroth is partnering with Jonathan Bennett on the venture, a multi-cuisine takeout restaurant that will be located half a block from his former space, at a newly constructed state-of-the-art production kitchen

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First look at the mouthwatering Mexican food being served up at Sheffield’s newest vegan eatery

We may be in the middle of yet another national lockdown but that did not stop the owners of Make No Bones, David Shaw and Lauren Hird, from teaming up with Sean O’Callaghan to open La Fonda on January 15.

La Fonda is located within the kitchen at The Tramshed’s premises at 53 Chesterfield Road, Heeley, and will form the popular bar’s food offering once pubs are permitted to reopen.

For now, La Fonda’s full menu – which includes Chorizo Sopes and Vegan Tinga Taco Dorado – is available for both collection and delivery from Friday to Sunday.

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Popular Pigeon Forge eatery has issues with labeling, spoiled food during health inspection

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The restaurant health inspector found a number of violations at a Pigeon Forge restaurant that could potentially cause food-borne illnesses.

Several of the risk-factor violations have to do with improper labeling and spoiled food.

Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant, 2480 Parkway, Pigeon Forge — grade: 75

The lowest health inspection score this week was a 75 at Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant on the Parkway. That is a passing score, however, a follow-up inspection is required.

Lots of ready-to-eat food did have date marks. However, 15 pounds of chicken salad, two containers of lettuce and two containers of

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