Portland-famous food truck Murph’s Burgers & Fries opens restaurant

A food truck made famous by its bacon jam and its contender in the 2022 Sioux Falls Burger Battle just opened a permanent location in Sioux Falls.

Murph’s Burgers & Fries opened its first restaurant on Wednesday at 5312 E. Arrowhead Parkway with a full lunch and dinner menu. The restaurant features the famous bacon jam and grilled burgers on a small menu daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Murph’s food truck started in Sioux Falls last year and will stick around for seasonal service in addition to the new, permanent home of Murph’s Burgers & Fries.

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Kosher supermarket Evergreen opens second store in Rockland

POMONA – Wide aisles, modern design and freshly prepared meals await shoppers at the newest Evergreen Kosher market that’s set to open Tuesday.

Called “Evergreen Uptown,” the store is located in the Pacesetter Park Shopping Center, 1581 Route 202 in Pomona, on the Ramapo-Haverstraw town border. 

Evergreen’s other Rockland location is located along Route 59 in Monsey. There’s another market in Lakewood, New Jersey.

The two Evergreen markets in Ramapo are barely seven miles apart. But each store is a bit different, said Malki Levine, an executive at Evergreen who offered a tour Monday as workers stocked shelves and construction

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Indian cuisine: Bombay Curry opens in Macon, GA

An Indian restaurant that closed has returned to the same spot in Macon but under a new owner and management.

Bombay Curry ushered in the new year by opening Jan. 1 at 3892 Bloomfield Village Drive. The previous owner closed the restaurant in 2019.

Mohammad Jewel, a native of Bangladesh in South Asia, hopes to breathe new life into the restaurant.

“We are serving here traditional Indian food as well as some Indian street foods and fusion foods,” said Jewel, who operates the restaurant.

Selection of food from the menu at Bombay Curry in Macon includes Chicken Tikka Masala, Saag
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Mr. Seafood closes, Delicacies of Asia opens, and Double 10 Mini Hot Pot reemerges | Restaurants

In the past three years, no one has opened and closed more restaurants in Madison than Ting Cai Zhou.

Ting’s most recent move was around Thanksgiving, when he closed Mr. Seafood, formerly Pho King Good, at 600 Williamson St. in the Gateway Mall, and opened Delicacies of Asia, at 506 State St., where Lotsa Stone Fired

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