Union Station's Upcoming Art Deco Dinner Restaurant Lands an Old School Name
Serial Los Angeles hospitality leader Cedd Moses is gearing up for the fall reveal of his big new Art Deco restaurant and bar project at Union Station. Now, thanks to some nifty signage hung up over the weekend, the anticipated project have a name.
Trip to San Francisco yields desire to bake sourdough bread
Tony Bennett has always been one of my favorite singers, and his song, "I left my heart in San Francisco," has been running through my mind after my recent trip. In my case, after indulging in all the fresh seafood, luscious wine, rich chocolate and melt-in-your-mouth sourdough bread, I probably should have left my now too-tight jeans in San Francisco.
Upstate NY's best seafood: Where do Doug's, Rudy's, more rank?
Central NY is home to some family favorite seafood restaurants, and three of them made a new ranking of the best seafood places in Upstate NY . The ranking is based on data from Yelp.com, including star rating, number of reviews and other criteria.
Trump just announced tariffs on another $200 billion worth of Chinese ...
President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods on Monday, escalating the US-China trade war. The tariffs cover a wide array of goods, from minerals used in manufacturing, to vegetable juices, to leather handbags.
Quite Possibly Your New Favorite Pasta
Choosing a favorite pasta is like choosing a favorite outfit: An obviously impossible task, and yet there are those you keep coming back to, riffing on endlessly until you're sure you've exhausted all combinations, then still finding more to love. I always start with a basic, lighter-than-usual tomato sauce, using canned, peeled tomatoes and thick slices of garlic toasted in olive oil.
Restaurateur gets lobsters stoned before killing them - CNET
The next time you go to dinner at a fancy restaurant you might spot a chilled-out lobster hanging out in the seafood tank. While most of us would like to believe lobsters don't feel pain when we boil them alive for dinner, one restaurateur wants to find a more peaceful end for the tasty crustaceans.
J. Paul's is a classic saloon with all the pertinent hallmarks (dark wood, reproduction gaslights, tin ceiling, checkered tablecloths, etc.). The bar itself is a bona fide antique that came out of a real Chicago saloon. Crab cakes and baby-back ribs are the standouts here; but don't overlook the salads, which are long on taste and innovation but not so low in calories. J. Paul's was the first restaurant opened by Capital Restaurant Concepts, a local company with a proven track record, so expect things to run pretty smoothly here. The raw bar, with four different types of oysters as well as clams and spiced shrimp, is a bit of a sleeper here. The desserts, which are all made inhouse and change frequently, are downright deadly. Come before 6:30 p.m. if you want to be seated without delay. On weekends the wait can be up to 45 minutes for a table. Also, while there's a nice children's menu available, come early if you're with the family. Things can get pretty lively here as the night wears on (and the brews keep pouring)."
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