Coffee fans rejoice: Popular Kyoto coffee chain – % Arabica Coffee – will welcome its first store in Singapore at 56 Arab Street, the shop confirmed. Continue reading Famed Kyoto Coffee Chain % Arabica Coffee to Open in Singapore
Hungry for some European fare? A new neighborhood spot has you covered. Located at 1709 W. Chicago Ave. in West Town, the fresh arrival is called Funkenhausen. Continue reading Funkenhausen Brings German Fare and Southern Flair to West Town
At MIT, Dr. Paola Rebusco usually teaches physics to freshmen. But, on behalf of the MIT Experimental Study Group, Rebusco has devised an appealing course — Speak Italian with Your Mouth Full — where she combines teaching two things many people love: learning to speak Italian and cooking Italian food. Continue reading Free Course from MIT Teaches You How to Speak Italian & Cook Italian Food All at Once
After decades in some of Sacramento’s best kitchens, as well as opening restaurants in Chicago, Miami and Cabo San Lucas, Jonathan Kerksieck and Katie Kinner-Kerksieck new project is nothing short of sleepy by comparison. And that’s the way they want it.
The husband-and-wife team plans to open an Italian restaurant called Cacio next Tuesday at 7600 Greenhaven Drive, Suite 23. Continue reading Couple to Open a Small Italian Restaurant After Decades Navigating High-End Kitchens
As confetti showers a theatre inside Rio de Janeiro’s normally sedate Museum of Tomorrow, electronic pop music pounds and dozens of young people crowd the stage to dance enthusiastically, hugging each other and waving flags as their audience films the festivities on their phones. Continue reading Brazil’s Thought for Food Festival Farming Ideas to Make a Fortune
Korean Barbeque is an internationally-popular dish. But what is the best way to eat it? Continue reading Food Etiquette in Korea: Eat Korean Barbecue Like a Local
The Israeli technology firm Flytrex, which is using drones to deliver sushi, hamburgers and beer to hungry Icelanders, said it is expanding its supply routes in the capital Reykjavik to a total of 13, from one. This will allow the Tel Aviv-based startup to service almost half of the Icelandic city with its autonomous on-demand urban drone delivery service, the firm said on Tuesday. Continue reading Israel’s Flytrex Set To Supply Half Of Reykjavik With Food By Drone