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Restaurant owner, teen daughter attacked over cold chicken

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Restaurant owner, teen daughter attacked over cold chicken

- BAXLEY, Ga. -- A Georgia restaurant owner and her teenage daughter said they were attacked by customers who were served cold chicken, CBS affiliate WTOC-TV in Savannah reports. Jeanette Norris, owner of the Qwik Chik restaurant in Baxley, Georgia, said the attack happened Thursday after a couple complained about their order of chicken being cold. After a few minutes of arguing back-and-forth, Norris said she refunded their money -- but this did not satisfy the customers

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A guide to eating 2017 James Beard Award-winning food in Chicago

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A guide to eating 2017 James Beard Award-winning food in Chicago

- Chicago's food and dining scene has always been integral to the city’s rich culture. The talent and culinary innovation seen at Chicago restaurants did not go without recognition at this year’s 2017 James Beard Foundation awards, an annual award ceremony recognizing culinary excellence throughout the country, held in Chicago. Here are Chicago restaurants nominated for their cuisine, atmosphere and talented chefs that you should visit right away and dishes you should try

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Man being sought in armed robbery at Concord hotel - | WBTV Charlotte

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Man being sought in armed robbery at Concord hotel - | WBTV Charlotte

- A man is wanted for robbing a Concord hotel at gunpoint Friday night. According to the Concord Police Department, the armed robbery occurred around 11:35 p.m. at the Hampton Inn on Dickens Place. Police said the man displayed a handgun and demanded money from a employee. The man then fled the scene after receiving the money, officers said. No injuries were reported

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The Dish: Chef John Tesar

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The Dish: Chef John Tesar

- Chef John Tesar has worked at some of the trendiest restaurants in New York and Las Vegas, earning notice for his skills in the kitchen-and for his outsized personality. In 2014, he opened Knife in Dallas, a steakhouse reinvention that made Esquire's list of "Best New Restaurants." "Knife" is also the title of his new book. Tesar joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his culinary journey

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Live baby roaches found in follow-up inspection of Plaza restaurant closed for weekend

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Live baby roaches found in follow-up inspection of Plaza restaurant closed for weekend

- Zocalo Mexican Cuisine & Tequileria in the Country Club Plaza posted a sign that it is closed this weekend following a health inspection that found three roaches. The restaurant at 620 W. 48th St. has been dealing with violations in follow-up inspections since problems with roaches were found in a routine inspection June 15. In the latest inspection on Thursday, the Kansas City Health Department reported its inspector observed live baby roaches behind a fry freezer, on the side of a drink cooler and by a restroom wall baseboard in its basement

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Man, woman arrested for stiffing two Georgetown restaurants

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Man, woman arrested for stiffing two Georgetown restaurants

- A Dover man and Smyrna woman are behind bars for allegedly ordering food at 2 restaurants in Georgetown and not paying for it. Brandon Staats and Caitlyn Hudson stiffed the Georgetown Family Restaurant last Sunday and Pizza King the following day, Georgetown police said. The two also stole property from the first restaurant. The cops caught up with Staats and Hudson Friday--Staats is being held at the Vaughn Correctional Center and Hudson is in the Baylor Women's Prison

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Canadian Hotel Wants To Get Its Hands On Whoever Stole Human Toe

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Canadian Hotel Wants To Get Its Hands On Whoever Stole Human Toe

- A hotel in Canada’s Yukon Territory wants to conduct a manhunt for a person who stole a human toe. Not just any toe, mind you. This is a toe that the Downtown Hotel in Dawson City uses in its signature drink, the Sourtoe Cocktail. People come from all over the world to try the drink, which is basically a shot of whisky with a dehydrated toe in it

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July food events to add to your calendar | Atlanta Restaurant Scene

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July food events to add to your calendar | Atlanta Restaurant Scene

- Break out your Hawaiian shirts for this Taco Luau On July 3, BeetleCat will transform into a beach paradise for a Taco Luau. Along with drink and beer specials, the Inman Park restaurant will have a pig roast and other Hawaiian specials. Chef Andrew Isabella has created a menu for the luau that includes Caja China pig and beachside-inspired taco fixings including pineapple kimchi, potato yucca salad, street corn and chipotle lime slaw

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California woman finds dead frog in restaurant salad 

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California woman finds dead frog in restaurant salad 

- A California woman said she still doesn’t have an appetite after finding a frog in her salad earlier this month. Shawna Cepeda was dining at BJ’s restaurant and Brewhouse in West Covina when she noticed her salad tasted unusually bitter, according to her June 13 Yelp review. She was about four bites into her meal when she started poking around her plate

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This weekend: Hurry out to Herring Week at some of Seattle’s best restaurants

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This weekend: Hurry out to Herring Week at some of Seattle’s best restaurants

- Sometimes readers write to me for restaurant/where-to-get-fish recommendations, and I (try to!) always answer (eventually!). Here’s one of the fish-related inquiries: Hi, Why is it impossible to buy fresh anchovies and herring in Seattle? Roe herring season just ended in B.C. As I understand it, some of that goes to Japan, the rest is turned into fertilizer and dog food. And we can’t buy it here! It’s a shame

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Restaurant chains coming to Surprise

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Restaurant chains coming to Surprise

- Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Restaurant chains coming to Surprise An In-N-Out Burger and Raising Cane's restaurants are coming to Surprise. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

- BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground

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Quality food and fun at the 17th Annual Taste of Adams Avenue

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Quality food and fun at the 17th Annual Taste of Adams Avenue

- Forty-five different restaurants and businesses will swarm Adams Avenue on Sunday for the 17th Annual Taste of Adams Avenue street fair. The event will feature restaurants, coffee houses, breweries, bakeries, farms, wine bars and other unique boutiques in Kensington, Normal heights and University Heights that call Adams Avenue home. Stehly Farms’ Scott Kessler and Stella Stehly joined News 8’s Brandon Lewis and brought along a cornucopia of fresh, farm-raised veggies and other treats available at the fair

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

- BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

- BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant

- BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground

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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground   Read More ...
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Woman finds frog in restaurant salad, says she still feels sick a week later
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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground   Read More ...
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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground   Read More ...
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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at a Quik Chik restaurant in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground   Read More ...
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Ultraviolet in Shanghai -- a high-tech restaurant with 1 table and 22 courses
Serving only 10 diners at a time, Ultraviolet offers high-concept Western cuisine in a high-tech private dining room. It's the brainchild of chef Paul Pairet, winner of the "Chef's Choice Award" at the 2016 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants Awards. Diners are brought to the restaurant on a bus and the Ultraviolet experience begins on the ride. We won't spoil the surprise, but it's clear that Pairet has taken into account every opportunity to influence his guests   Read More ...
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Hyperloop Hotel: High-tech lodging and transport of the future?
That's the idea behind Brandan Siebrecht's Hyperloop Hotel -- an inventive solution to 21st century traveling. Siebrecht, a graduate architect at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, is this year's student recipient of the Radical Innovation Award. This annual prize celebrates visionary hotel designs for the future. Siebrecht's design features a series of transportable rooms, transported across the United States through reduced-pressure tubes -- via the Hyperloop system   Read More ...
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Habanero sliders and pork butt — but no parking — at this year’s Taste of Tacoma
Habanero sliders and pork butt — but no parking — at this year’s Taste of Tacoma For three days, Point Defiance Park becomes the area’s biggest outdoor pop-up food court. Alternately, I like to call it The Big Ol’ Weekend For Gluttony. If you’ve never been to the Taste of Tacoma, which begins Friday, let me help you understand it. It’s the kind of event where you show off your stretchiest pants with the most forgiving waistband   Read More ...
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Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant
Argument over food leads to violent attack at restaurant BAXLEY, Ga. — Georgia police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects accused of attacking a restaurant owner and her teenage daughter. The attacked happened around 3:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon at the Quik Chik restaurant on North Main Street in Baxley. The victims told police that two customers attacked them after complaints about a food order. They told police what started out a yelling turned violent when one of the customers attacked her, beating her to the ground   Read More ...
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Pamela Anderson Is Opening a Restaurant in France Next Month
Pamela Anderson Is Opening a Restaurant in France Next Month Actress Pamela Anderson will be opening a new pop-up restaurant in France this July. La table du Marche, opening to the public for 50 days starting on July 4, will serve vegan dishes like tomato tartar with goji berries, risotto with asparagus, and eggplant candied tomatoes. Anderson is teaming up with Chef Christophe Leroy, whose restaurants can be found across Saint-Tropez, Ramatuelle, Paris, Marrakech, and Morocco   Read More ...
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Tuesday, June 27th: Historic Inns
Tuesday, June 27th: Historic Inns The Inn by the Bandstand and the Hancock Inn. The Inn by the Bandstand and the Hancock Inn. Charming, comfortable and often rich in history, tonight Audrey Cox takes us from Exeter to Hancock and shows us two Inns that treat guests like they're part of the family. Plus, we head to a unique camp that started here in New Hampshire and can now be found around the world   Read More ...
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The best gadgets for your next business trip
The best gadgets for your next business trip Hotels often lack the resources business travelers need to work efficiently. But fear not: These six gadgets will turn any hotel room into a temporary office. The Micro Pocket Projector by Brookstone projects up to 50'' images from almost any smartphone, tablet or computer. It's small enough to fit in a briefcase or purse, weighs less than a pound and features built-in speakers   Read More ...
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19-year-old found dead in hotel room
A 19-year-old Lawrence woman was found dead under suspicious circumstances in a hotel bedroom, authorities said. The woman’s body was discovered by police at the Hyatt Place in Braintree yesterday about 7:50 a.m., according to a statement from Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey. “This is an ongoing and active investigation by the Braintree Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police,” Morrissey’s office said in a statement   Read More ...
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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia
SYDNEY (AP) — Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain’s youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said Friday. Northern Ireland-born Simpson worked at multiple restaurants in London, Ireland and Australia and appeared in Australian television’s “My Restaurant Rules,” ”Live This,” and “Ready Steady Cook.” “My uncle Darren has passed away   Read More ...
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Wicked long: Restaurant hopes to land lobster roll record
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — It’s a lobster lover’s dream. A Portsmouth, New Hampshire, restaurant is hoping it set the record for the longest lobster roll at 159 feet, 6 inches (49 meters). A lobster roll is usually made from a hot dog-type bun stuffed with lobster meat. The creation by the British Beer Company on Sunday took up several tables before it was cut up and served   Read More ...
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