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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:05

From Jumbo's to Bubba's Cafe

The green walls that were once covered with nostalgic posters and classic lunch specials were painted pink. The old checkerboard linoleum floor has been replaced with sleek, creamed-colored ceramic tiles....

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:05

I Heart Waffles fuels Phil Davis’ fire

The food selection is so good no matter what I picked on the menu....

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:04

Sam Sylk’s Chicken and Fish is open

The new restaurant seats 12 inside but counter space along the sides for a few to sit and enjoy the atmosphere, and when the weather improves, you will have an air conditioned setting....

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Wingmen Corey Simmons and Ramone DickersonThe food truck industry has exploded in recent years. The number of trucks roughly doubled between 2007 and 2012 and annual revenue soared to $716.2 million from $339.7 million during that period. Also, in the past few years food trucks have experienced a gourmet makeover of sorts, offering a variety of...

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There's no secret sauce for making a new eatery profitable but careful planning surely helps....

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Hip-hop artist Cam'ron and Damon Dash (Image: Instagram)Harlem natives Dame Dash and Cam’ron are partnering up outside the hip-hop world to put their business smarts to use with their latest venture to open a restaurant in Brooklyn.Damon Dash took to his Instagram to reveal his latest project, posting pictures of the inside and outside...

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Famed restaurateur Barbara B. Smith is closing her Sag Harbor Restaurant for good as she heads to a warmer climate. The television personality just shut down her Washington D.C. restaurant after 20 years and will be moving out of New York, reports News One.“There’s a difference between quitting and knowing when to quit,”her husband, Dan Gasby...

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BLACK ENTERPRISE has brought together thousands of women who are serious about making power moves at the annual Women of Power Summit, now in its ninth year. Executives, entrepreneurs and innovators network, bond and share ideas that help them move their businesses, their careers and their personal lives forward. They also honor the leaders among...

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Erik Oberholtzer, CEO and co-founder of California restaurant chain Tender Greens, had been trying for years to figure out how to help young people. Last year, Oberholtzer’s company started a charitable program dubbed the “Sustainable Life Project.” The three-month program targets young people ages 18 to 24 who are transitioning out of...

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Taste of Jamaica Restaurant will open its doors to the people of Sacramento on December 31st, 2013, making it the only Jamaican restaurant in the local area.The restaurant aims to bring the vibrant culture of Jamaica into California’s capital by offering classic Jamaican dishes in a setting reminiscent of the Caribbean island country. All of...

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