Wednesday May 31, 2023

All the restaurants and food trucks to try

When Asian Food Fest returns at the end of April, a record 39 restaurants and food trucks will participate in the festival showcasing Asian food and culture in Cincinnati.

Asian Food Fest will be held at the Court Street Plaza in Downtown April 29-30. Attendees can try the variety of foods present, priced from $2-10, as well as live entertainment, local craft and Asian beer, family activities and more. Asian Food Fest is free and open to the public.

Dining:Cincinnati restaurants that opened or closed in March

Some restaurants will also have a secret menu, and the full list

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5 Awesome Chinese Restaurants in the Broadway/Cambie Area

Conventional wisdom says that Richmond is the centre of Chinese dining life, but a slew of ambitious restaurant openings have diners storming into Vancouver for the Lower Mainland’s best Chinese food—with even fussy, old-school regulars heading into the city for their daily dim sum fixes and dinner party blow-outs. 

A cluster of highly regarded Chinese restaurants has established itself around the stretch where the Canada Line meets the Broadway Corridor, taking advantage of what will soon be a transportation hub once the Broadway Subway is complete. The Michelin Guide has also highlighted these superb Chinese restaurants, awarding one coveted star

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Tired of tipping? These restaurants have ditched the practice

In addition to the creamy risotto with charred gai lan and plump prawn and ricotta dumplings, there’s another line getting attention in the menu of Parkdale’s new Then and Now restuarant. It reads: “We provide a living wage to all team members, so tips are optional but not required.”

Refreshing to many customers at a time when they’re bombarded with gratuity requests on every purchase they make.

“We had a guest who, when we asked how their experience at the restaurant was, said the main draw was the non-tipping option,” said Then and Now proprietor Eric Y. Wang. “I think

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Restaurants crippled by COVID seek extension to repayment of CEBA loan

Facing inflation, labour shortages and a pandemic hangover, restaurants are struggling to repay the CEBA loan

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The Canada Emergency Business Account was a life-preserver for many restaurants and bars during the pandemic, as many were effectively shut down or forced to pivot their business model on the fly.

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Canadian restaurants are getting louder. There’s an app for that

Having to yell in a noisy restaurant can be annoying, but some are so loud they could harm your hearing. There’s something you can do about it

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Two more Toronto restaurants close their doors for good

Two more Toronto restaurants close their doors for good | The Star

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