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San Francisco 49ers Unveil Dual-Restaurant Concept in Stadium San Francisco 49ers Unveil Dual-Restaurant Concept in Stadium

Bay Area culinary great Chef Michael Mina has unveiled Bourbon Steak & Pub at Levi’s Stadium, a new concept in stadium dining. 

Red Lobster to Establish Headquarters in Downtown Orlando Red Lobster to Establish Headquarters in Downtown Orlando

As a private company now owned by Golden Gate Capital, Red Lobster Seafood Co. will establish its new restaurant support center and headquarters in 91,226 square feet of space at CNL Tower I in downtown Orlando.

Madrigal Family Winery Opens Tasting Room in Napa Valley Madrigal Family Winery Opens Tasting Room in Napa Valley

On Aug. 1, the Madrigal Family Winery of Napa Valley, a Bacchus Capital portfolio company, opened its new tasting room at 819 Bridgeway in the heart of Sausalito, California.

Tips to a More Approachable Wine Program Tips to a More Approachable Wine Program

This article is part two in a two-part online series about how restaurants can adapt their offerings and menus to wine drinkers. Click here for part one!

Top Denver Restaurants Shine in Union Station Reopening Top Denver Restaurants Shine in Union Station Reopening

Denver's historic Union Station officially reopened to the public on July 26, 2014.  

Indiana Town Challenges Locals to Pitch Next Restaurant Indiana Town Challenges Locals to Pitch Next Restaurant

A corner drugstore built in 1952 on Main Street in a city in Indiana is getting a revamp as a shiny new restaurant.

Applebee's Hints at Brand Refresh in Austin Market Applebee's Hints at Brand Refresh in Austin Market

Applebee's is ready to show off its $4 million makeover in the Austin area.

Historical N.Y. Restaurant The Krebs Sets Re-Opening Date

The Krebs in Skaneateles, New York, announced that after an extensive search and interview process from top candidates nationwide, it hired a general manager and executive chef to run the historic, newly renovated restaurant. 

Call It a Comeback Call It a Comeback

In an attempt to resolve its $18 billion in debt, in mid-July last year Detroit became the largest city ever to file for bankruptcy in the United States. Now, Detroit is on the rebound, attracting residents and businesses in an effort to rev the Motor City’s growth engine.

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