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Paramount Caviar Offers The Best From Around The World

The world of caviar has become more abundant, with a greater number of species to choose from, and it’s all due to the vast amount of countries getting involved in the farming of this rather esoteric product.

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General Mills Foodservice Announces Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest

General Mills Foodservice is calling on independent family restaurants to enter its Neighborhood to NationTM Recipe Contest for a chance to win up to $50,000 ($40,000 cash plus a $10,000 charitable donation) and the opportunity to put their local dishes in the national spotlight.

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Shmaltz Brewing Co. Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Shmaltz Creates 12 New Jobs, Achieves 700% Local Sales Growth within 1st Year at New Brewery in Clifton Park, NY. Expansion Plans Will Increase Capacity by 65% in 2014.

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The Nyman Group Ltd. Named Winners of 2014 Foodservice Pioneering Concept

The Nyman Group of Scottsdale, AZ & Las Vegas, NV and Robert Rippe & Associates of Minnetonka, MN, have been selected as the winners of the International Hotel, Motel + Restaurant Show’s 2014 Foodservice Pioneering Concept.

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Summer by the Sea

World-Renowned Chefs Create Fruits de Mer, Barbeque and Other Seasonal Fare To Benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels at Annual Chefs’ Tribute.

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Ridgewood Resident And International Restaurateur Drew Nieporent Returns To His Roots

A new sign just went up in the window of 239 W. Broadway in Tribeca: Bâtard. The dining news website Eater.com quickly placed Bâtard at the top of its list of the hottest Manhattan establishments of the moment – declaring: "This is the restaurant that all the critics and fine dining lovers will be checking out this summer."

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Meyer’s Union Square Cafe Set To Relocate After 30 Year Run

Restaurateur Danny Meyer plans to relocate Manhattan’s Union Square Cafe from its 30-year home after lease negotiations ended without an agreement. It is one of the hard truths of New York real estate: Restaurants help revitalize neighborhoods, then are forced to close when their rents skyrocket.

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Charles Masson Jr. Returns to the Restaurant Scene at the Baccarat Hotel

Charles Masson Jr., who was replaced by his brother Philippe as the manager of La Grenouille, will return to the restaurant scene just a few blocks away.

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Can This Man Save One Of NYC’s Greatest Restaurants?

Once upon a time, Le Cirque could do no wrong. The chi-chi French restaurant, opened in 1974, was beloved by celebrities, politicians and social heavies alike; bestowed with lavish praise by critics; and renowned for its service and snobbery.

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Noodles & Company Celebrates 400th Restaurant in Fair Lawn, NJ

Noodles & Company serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from around the world, has opened its 400th restaurant nationwide in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. The 400th restaurant is operated by franchisee Mascott Corporation.

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