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Culinary Crossroads: Tapas and Global Appetizers

  Culinary Crossroads: Tapas and Global Appetizers

Every culture has some version of small plates and appetizers, often adapted over hundreds of years of invasions, trade and border sharing, allowing for the assimilation of new ingredients and techniques into culinary traditions. Learn to make a variety of hors d’oeuvres while discussing specific techniques and the history of each. We sample an array […]

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First Look: Nosh on High

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: Nosh on High

Nosh on High celebrates its grand opening today, Thursday, September 5 at 149 S. High St. The former home of MoJoe Lounge has been transformed into a 3,000 square-foot full-service restaurant offering lunch and dinner Downtown. Nosh’s dinner menu is focused on shareable American tapas. It’s reflective of how Co-Owner Kevin Jones likes to eat […]

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Fireproof Opens its Doors in Short North

Susan Post Susan Post Fireproof Opens its Doors in Short North

Serving up a menu of global tapas, Fireproof is now open in the Short North at 1026 N. High St. Trading Pies & Pints for a menu of tapas, cocktails and wine, Adam Solomon, director of operations for Peerless Management, says Fireproof is designed to be the type of place where guests can spend their […]

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La Tavola Owner Rick Lopez Opening New Tapas Bar Lupo on Arlington

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega La Tavola Owner Rick Lopez Opening New Tapas Bar Lupo on Arlington

Local entrepreneur and chef Rick Lopez, known for his old world Italian restaurant La Tavola, has announced the upcoming opening of a new venture: Lupo on Arlington, a tapas bar with Spanish, Italian and Portuguese influences. Filling what he sees as a desperate need for a true tapas bar, Lopez has teamed up with chef […]

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Short Order: “Steak n’ Eggs” at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Short Order: “Steak n’ Eggs” at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing

Editor’s Note: Sometimes a restaurant review doesn’t need to include full details of the entire menu, especially if it’s a place we’ve already reviewed within recent history. To that end, we’re launching our new “Short Order” series that takes a quicker look at an individual dish that has caught our attention. If you have recommendations […]

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Barcelona Offering Cooking Classes for the Spring

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Barcelona Offering Cooking Classes for the Spring

As Spring finally approaches, many of us turn our attention to our diets. With the winter months of stick-to-your-ribs comfort food almost all but behind us, we begin to think that we should do better for ourselves. And what’s better than making meals at home that we and our families can trust? Cooking classes are, […]

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Rishi Sushi Ready to Open Downtown

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Rishi Sushi Ready to Open Downtown

Downtown commuters recognize North Third Street primarily as a connector, the road that links I-670, I-70, and I-71 to the greater Downtown area. Few hospitality-based businesses have really thrived with a North Third address, one of the more recent failures being Fleur, a champagne-dessert bar that never quite caught on with its key demographic. Fleur […]

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