(NEXSTAR) – Hungry for a bit of nostalgia?

Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips, a quick-service restaurant chain that once boasted over 800 locations around the country, is being relaunched as part of a virtual restaurant concept spearheaded by Nathan’s Famous.

In bringing the brand back, Nathan’s Famous initially plans to offer the Arthur Treacher’s menu at ghost-kitchen locations, many of which will be offering items from other restaurant brands in the Nathan’s Famous “portfolio.”

Nathan’s has also “revamped” the traditional Arthur Treacher’s menu to feature “upgraded proteins” and put more

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Two national pizza chains recently changed their supply chain policies after a report exposed cruel animal treatment in their meat processing. After you read this story, you may hope another well-known chain will do some similar reflecting. A worker at the world’s biggest donut destination has posted a nearly one-minute video illustrating the epic amount of waste that occurs every time a single franchise location closes. Here’s how many trays they trashed.

a store front at day

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Via Meaww, TikTok user and Dunkin’ employee @kath.dias captured video of the trays and trays (and trays) of goods that

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Veggin out

Author Jennifer W. Jordan presents “Veggin in St. Augustine,” a culinary tour of vegetarian dishes, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Lightner Museum, 75 King St., St. Augustine.


Historian Frank A. Ofeldt III, “Fort Clinch, Fernandina And The Civil War,” noon Saturday, The Book Loft, 214 Centre St., Fernandina Beach.


Jacksonville native Deesha Philyaw’s short story collection “The Secret Lives of Church Ladies” has won the 2021 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction.

Virtual events

Storytime with Ms. Dearsha, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Story and Song Facebook Live.

Children’s Storytime, 11 a.m. Saturday,

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Kojo serves a variety of sushi, as well as other Japanese dishes.

When Natalia Levey announced that she was taking over the downtown Sarasota restaurant space that previously housed Lemon Tree Kitchen, I wasn’t surprised. Levey’s two Speaks Clam Bar restaurants have proven popular, and the Lemon Tree space was too nice to sit empty for long. What did surprise me was the direction of the new restaurant. Unlike Speaks, which recreates the vibe of Italian-American clam bars in the Northeast, Kojo mashes together Asian food with techniques and flavors from other parts of the world.

Kojo's fetching dining room in the former Lemon Tree Kitchen space

That means you’ll find traditional items like sushi, baos (steamed

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