A downtown Greenville restaurant will permanently close its doors this weekend after decades in business, according to the owner.Addy Sulley, owner of Addy’s Dutch Café and Restaurant at 17 E. Coffee St., posted “the sad news” to Facebook Tuesday.”We’ll be open for a limited time this week for those who would like to come by one last time,” Sulley said.Greenville Business Journal said Sulley, an Amsterdam native, left a successful career as head of research and development of a textile firm to launch Addys with business partner Nina Biagiotti in 1990.Tuesday’s post blamed the closing on medical issues suffered recently … Read more
Jennifer Garner knows what life is like for a busy mom. From bouncing between acting gigs, back-to-back meetings, and picking her three kids up from school and practice, she certainly wears many hats. But regardless of how many responsibilities she’s juggling, Garner always makes time for high-quality food.
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- WHAT: Author Monica Tapper will be signing copies of the book on Feb. 3, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
- WHERE: Alabama Tourism Department Gift Shop inside the Alabama Center for Commerce, 401 Adams Ave.
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The laughs, the smiles, the sounds of people chatting and plates clattering. Imagine what the 1950s must have been like inside Georgia Gilmore’s Montgomery home as she fed civil rights leaders and foot soldiers, and helped fund the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Northern Kentucky has restaurants that serve up cuisine from all over the world, but one Covington spot is special.
Kung Food Amerasia stands out as a Pan-Asian restaurant serving Chinese, Taiwanese, and other Asian cuisines.
Rich Chu, and his son, Johnny Chu, own and operate the popular dining location. They established the restaurant on Aug. 8, 2008. Rich is the master chef of the restaurant and Johnny is the artist who designed it.
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