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Lingr, new St. Petersburg restaurant from chef Jeffrey Jew, opens next month

ST. PETERSBURG — Lingr, the highly-anticipated new restaurant from local chef and former Top Chef contestant Jeffrey Jew, is a bit behind schedule.

News of the restaurant in St. Petersburg was first announced last spring, and Jew — fresh off a five-year stint running the kitchens at BellaBrava and Stillwaters Tavern — was initially shooting for a fall 2020 opening.

Now the chef is eyeing a mid-May soft opening for breakfast and lunch at the restaurant at 400 6th St. S. Dinner service will likely take longer to launch.

While the coronavirus pandemic may have thrown off his original plans,

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Street Food Stars | Restaurant Reviews | Salt Lake City

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Though traditional Indo-American food lends itself quite nicely to the fast-casual concept, I’ve struggled to really get behind any local joints that have come and gone. I’m not quite sure what the hang-up has been—I’ve just never tried a fast-casual Indian place that can party with the players we already have on the scene here in Utah. That said, I’m starting to think that Makam’s Indian Restaurant (894 E. 3900 South, Ste. B, 801-905-1921, makamskitchen.com) in Millcreek might change all that.

As a fairly new fixture to the 3900 South and 900 East area of Millcreek—it officially came out

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New Family-Style Restaurant Owners Hope To Aid Community | Local Business News

A new restaurant called The Farm House is now open at 650 W. Andrew Johnson Highway, and its owners say they are eager to build this new business with the goal of helping others.

Located in the building that once housed The Diamond House Chinese restaurant and more recently Chang Thai, The Farm House is a joint venture between cook Ricardo Camacho, who also owns El Chilango food truck, and Yasmin Huertas, a 2020 Greeneville High School graduate and current East Tennessee State University student.

The Farm House opened in mid-March, but Huertas and Camacho said the story behind it

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Help! Every restaurant is booked up and I blame Millennials

Here’s a kitchen confession I think it’s time to make. Before lockdown last year I had never used a food delivery app. Not even once.

I was so clueless that when I saw the TV adverts with all the different bags of Chinese, Indian and Italian food being delivered, I genuinely thought you could order them all at once and they would be brought together. I know, right?

Fast forward a year of getting heartily bored of my own cooking and I am, if not quite fluent in JustEat, at least capable of finding my way round an online menu.

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