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    A German Christmas, where to get La Campirana downtown and more food news

    EVANSVILLE, Ind. — We’re bringing you Tri-State restaurant happenings and food news you need to know. Check out this weekly feature to keep up to date on the latest. The Evansville Germania Maennerchor will host Christmas at Germania on Friday, Dec. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 4. Beginning at 7 p.m. both nights. Enjoy a German meal, pageant and music from the Germania Maennerchor and Damenchor (men’s and women’s choirs). Tickets are $30 per person and can be ordered at https://www.evvgermanclub.com/ or by calling 812-424-9800. The Germania Maennerchor is at 916 N. Fulton Ave. Jersey Mike’s Subs has opened in  

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    Downtown Dallas gets a suave new neighborhood coffee shop-cocktail bar

    If you’ve run out of coffee beans today, hustle on over to Parterre, a new coffee shop-combo-cocktail bar in downtown Dallas from a longtime veteran of Dallas’ coffee scene. Parterre will officially open on November 8 at 1601 Elm St., #120, AKA the former Ascension Coffee on the ground floor of the Thanksgiving Tower building, with a limited slow-opening menu. However, they’re hosting previews, starting November 4. Parterre is from Mike Mettendorf, who currently owns State Street Coffee in State Thomas and La Reunion in Bishop Arts, with which it shares many similarities in profile  

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    New Egyptian-themed coffee shop opens in downtown Idaho Falls

    IDAHO FALLS – Terri Ireland has been a practicing Pagan for at least 14 years and enjoys sharing her passion for natural healing herbs, candles, tea, rock and crystal jewelry and other similar items through the Healing Hands Metaphysical store in downtown Idaho Falls. Over the years, Ireland has often longed for a place where she could go at the end of the day to take her laptop and get a cup of coffee and a piece of pie. “I couldn’t find any place in Idaho Falls where I could do that. There are some restaurants that stay open that  

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    A high-profile company and a TV food show are eyeing downtown Tucson | Subscriber

    The top floors of the One South Church tower in downtown Tucson will remain offices and a high-profile employer is considering a move there. Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star With the hopes of luring a high-profile employer and film and TV producers into downtown Tucson, the Rio Nuevo board has committed $600,000 in incentives. The employer, who is expressing interest in occupying space in the One South Church tower, would receive free parking. The $100,000 allocation would be for five years as long as the employer has at least 30 workers on site, board member Edmund Marquez said in  

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    Downtown Portland food truck owners ‘don’t feel safe anymore’

    by: Lindsay Nadrich, KOIN 6 News Staff Posted: Jul 6, 2021 / 04:20 PM PDT / Updated: Jul 6, 2021 / 06:22 PM PDT PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The owners of a downtown Portland food truck are closing their SW 2nd Avenue location over safety concerns. The owners of Veggie Bowl say vandalism, an upswing in Asian hate and changes to the environment have made it unsafe for them to operate downtown. Several food cart owners on SW 2nd Avenue told KOIN 6 News they also don’t feel safe at night and are frustrated with the state of downtown Portland.  

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    ‘Peach Market’ hopes to address Jackson’s ‘food desert’ downtown, owner says

    JACKSON, MI — It’s taken nearly six years of research, grant proposals and renovations, but Andrew Kokas hopes to finally open an urban grocery store in downtown Jackson this year, addressing a “food desert” at the center of the city. “Peach Market,” a 7,000-square-foot grocery with fresh produce, a coffee and liquor bar, deli, prepared foods and more intends to open at the end of spring 2021, said Kokas, who owns and is developing the former Evanoff’s Food and Cocktails building with his wife, Yizhuo “Olivia” Liang. The market specifically aims to bring healthy whole food and produce to the  

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    Impact Foods brings local, healthy food options to downtown Tallahassee

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Gaining access to local, healthy eats is getting easier in downtown Tallahassee. Impact Foods is beginning to place grab and go food kiosks throughout the community. “In Tallahassee one of our major social concerns is access to healthy food options, and so Impact Foods was created to address that need,” said Sha Ron James. James is the Impact Foods founder and CEO. She created the organization earlier this year. The pilot food kiosk was placed at the Plaza Towers condominiums. “We have an issue getting fresh food. The micro-grocery concept is huge because there isn’t a  

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    Mama Bond’s Soul Food Kitchen debuts in downtown Muncie

    MUNCIE, Ind. — Back in March, during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Andrea Venable-Bond was trying to think of new ways to start a business. The 41-year-old mother of four was already a small business owner of Charisma Cleaning, but she wanted something more. At first, she began venturing into the world of daycares, taking classes and earning certificates. After a conversation with her father, she realized that might be too difficult during a pandemic. Venable-Bond continued exploring more ideas in April, and while she had the means to start a second business, she wanted to avoid taking  

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    6 things to know in Austin food: ‘Heavenly’ downtown restaurant closes

    Editor’s note: We get it. It can be difficult to keep up with the fast pace of Austin’s restaurant and bar scene. We have you covered with our regular roundup of essential food news. (Re)openings and closings Citing business woes resulting from the novel coronavirus, Veggie Heaven — the iconic, Asian-inspired vegetarian restaurant on West Fifth Street — announced its closure last Tuesday, September 1. “With COVID-19 effecting our business greatly we have decided to shut down permanently,” read a statement on the company’s Facebook page. “While the prospect of closing is a sad one, we thank everyone who  

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