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Middle fingers, servers in tears. How N.J. pandemic dining got ugly.

Once the middle fingers started flying, Stacey Chiarolanza knew she had to do something. The owner of Aunt B’s Ice Cream in Brigantine posted on social media in mid July, and in the shop itself, asking customers to be more patient — moreover to stop harassing and throwing garbage at her largely teen-aged staff — as the shop dealt with long lines and favorite flavors out of stock.
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Phoenix, AZPosted by
Scott Murdoch

Al fresco dining spots in Phoenix

PHOENIX, AZ — In Phoenix, the greatest way to enjoy meals in the desert is to dine outside. Here are five fantastic restaurants with outdoor patios and beautiful scenery to satisfy your al fresco dining needs.
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Newton, NJNew Jersey Herald

'Taste of Newton' tickets now on sale for Sept. 13 dining event

NEWTON — Tickets go on sale Saturday for the traditional "Taste of Newton" dining event that was canceled last year due to the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Sept. 13 event will feature food from numerous participating restaurants from the county and will be held at Central Plaza parking lot 4 at Trinity Street. The rain date is Sep. 20.
Sag Harbor, NYupscalelivingmag.com

Wines, Dines and Slumbers in Sag Harbor

A village on Gardiner’s Bay, Sag Harbor is partly in the town of Southampton and partly in East Hampton, and is about a 45-minute ride to the tip of Montauk. Sag Harbor is a welcome paradox for visitors and residents alike: it has a charming village vibe and a simultaneous feel of glamour, neither competing with the other. Sag Harbor’s village streets proudly showcase rows of bougie boutiques, antique shops, art galleries, and fine restaurants. Historic homes and modern mansions mix easily here. The harbor offers a breathtaking backdrop, resplendent with yachts, sailboats, and motorboats; many still in their slips hosting parties or quiet sunbathing on deck.
El Segundo, CADaily Breeze

Nomad Eatery in El Segundo should be your home for global eclectic dining

With the ArcLight cinema closed in the center at Rosecrans and Nash in El Segundo, what remains would be glum…were it not for the mini-handful of restaurants. There’s the cheerful The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker. There’s a branch of longtime Chinese favorite Chin Chin. And what used to be Jackson’s Food + Drink has been born again as Nomad Eatery.

The (Hotel) Keys to the Kingdom in College Station: An Aggieland Visit Fit for Royalty

Special Content Collaboration with Texas Lifestyle Magazine. Opening its doors at the beginning of the 2018 fall football season, the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center sits in the heart of Aggieland. Known as the guesthouse for the university, with eight stories, 250 rooms, three hospitality suites, four Memorial Student Center (MSC) suites and two penthouse suites, this hotel is all about location, location, location. Situated across the street from the famous Kyle Field, The Texas A&M Hotel is the official overnight location for all things maroon.
Bakersfield, CABakersfield Californian

Dining in Bakersfield: Honoring community favorites and introducing new spots

As all Bakersfield locals have probably noticed by now, the city’s food scene has continued to evolve, especially over the last few years. Basque, Mexican, Mediterranean, American, Indian and Italian cuisines are just a few of the cultures and foods represented in Kern County. It also has its fair share of hip cafés to hang out with friends or get a cup of coffee. If you’re looking for something of the fine-dining sorts or just a casual spot for a Saturday morning, Bakersfield has you covered.
Fresno, CAPosted by
Sulabh Gupta

Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Fresno, CA

Fresno is a beautiful city near the geographical center of California. It is in the center of San Joaquin Valley, the southern portion of California’s Central Valley. Fresno is approximately 220 miles (350 km) north of Los Angeles and approximately 185 miles (300 km) southeast of San Francisco.
RestaurantsNew York Post

Mandated vaccines, not masks, should be the rule in restaurants

In a shocking show of common sense that is rare in these Pandemic Times, Danny Meyer announced last week that all customers at his restaurants must show proof of vaccination. “If you really want to go unvaccinated, you can dine somewhere else, and you can also go work somewhere else,” Meyer said.
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Experience in a Perkasie Eatery Aids College Student’s Research Project on Post-Pandemic Restaurant Recovery

Maddie Reim’s collegiate research project was aided by her work at a Perkasie restaurant.Image via Andrea at Pexels. The COVID-19 outbreak socked the restaurant industry, a high-touch line of business. Mapping post-pandemic restaurant recovery takes special insight, one that student Maddie Reim provided thanks to her experience at a Perkasie restaurant. Rochelle Allen, for the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), reported on how Reim’s background was academically helpful.