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by Steven Doyle Few times in my life have I been as pleased as today. As many readers and friends may know, the past year has been arduous at best. I had a brain aneurysm that left me paralyzed. It … Continue reading →
Plenty of restaurants are remainig closed, or take-out only at this time. Sadly, some are shuttered for good. We won’t be reporting on all the openings, but want to point out a few beloved ones as they open. Harwood District … Continue reading →
Bird Café bids adieu to Sundance Square Plaza next Friday, May 22, while supplies last. “With the shutdown caused by Covid-19, we found it impossible to operate economically and have elected to close permanently. We invite all of our loyal … Continue reading →
TJ’s Seafood Market, the well-loved neighborhood seafood spot is reopening their dining room at the Preston/Royal location at limited capacity on Friday and Saturday nights for seated wine dinners beginning this Friday, May 15. To ensure the utmost safety of TJ’s staff and guests, Jon Alexis, owner of TJ’s, had … Continue reading →