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North Jersey foodies on restaurants to travel forNorth Jersey foodies on restaurants to travel for

And you thought you were a food lover.

You may have to reconsider.

Some of your fellow North Jersey residents are, well, obsessed with food. They are willing to spend a fortune on a meal, drive hours for a good burger, know where the best burritos are and which chef is working where. 

These serious eaters try anything at least once. They eat to live, travel to eat and think, talk about and dream about food. They also love to cook, collect cookbooks, and relish experimenting in the kitchen. 

Meet five of the most passionate, most ardent, most enthusiastic, most

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Restaurants press to keep delivery app caps as they rebound from pandemicRestaurants press to keep delivery app caps as they rebound from pandemic

TORONTO — Restaurant owners say food delivery apps have taken too big a bite out of their revenues for too long.



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Food delivery apps were forced to implement lower fees when dine-in service was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and restaurants say the change should be made permanent if they are to recover from the crisis.

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“I really hope they do keep the lower fees because it does help a lot,” said Sharon Bond, the owner of Westbank, B.C.’s Kekuli Cafe. “Costs have gone up tremendously.

“We’re in a pandemic so (everyone’s

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Sacramento restaurants get ready for California’s reopening TuesdaySacramento restaurants get ready for California’s reopening Tuesday

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – California’s economy will open in two days and restaurants across Sacramento are gearing up for an expected influx of customers.

For Troy Paski, the owner of Hoppy Brewing Company, he says it’s been a long 15 months but is looking forward to things getting back to normal.

The statewide reopening on June 15 means relaxed mask guidelines and the end of the colored-tiered system, capacity limits on businesses and physical distancing.

“It feels good to be out. It feels good to socialize. It feels good to meet strangers,” Paski said.

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Knoxville restaurants and bars providing the best food and experiencesKnoxville restaurants and bars providing the best food and experiences

Cooking from home was fun for the first few weeks of the pandemic, but more people are giving dining out a shot as more COVID-19 shots are being given to people.

The social summer months are approaching, and there’s nothing better than gathering with good friends over good food and drinks.

Not sure where to begin? Lucky for you, Knoxville can be a true foodie’s dream. And this guide has you covered with some of the best restaurants in town! 

A great way to start your day

First things first: breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day. Pete’s

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Food, restaurants, dining in Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin countiesFood, restaurants, dining in Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin counties

Food, restaurants, dining in Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin counties

Treasure Coast foodies: If you’re hungry, you’ve come to the right place.

Whether you’re looking for a sit-down fancy restaurant, a quick spot to grab chicken wings or the best chocolate made in Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties, you can find it here.

Here are TCPalm’s latest stories about dining and food:

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How NYC’s Best Tuna Supplier Yama Seafood Deals to Michelin-Starred RestaurantsHow NYC’s Best Tuna Supplier Yama Seafood Deals to Michelin-Starred Restaurants

New York City’s two and three Michelin-starred restaurants turn to one vendor for their tuna supply: Yama Seafood. Led by director Nobu Yamanashi, the vendor specializes in bringing the very best albacore, bigeye, yellow fin, and bluefin tuna to the city’s top restaurants.

Yamanashi and his team begin their days at 3 a.m. in their Jersey City, NJ shop, readying hauls for delivery to restaurants like Daniel and Le Bernardin. “Tuna is very difficult,” says Yamanashi. “Every fish is different, from coloring to texture to fat content, so on some days we have to keep cutting, cutting, and

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