City Winery Founder Michael Dorf on His Inspirations and Acoustical Challenges

In 2008 Michael Dorf, former owner of New York’s iconic Knitting Factory, opened his first City Winery in the Big Apple. This multi-concept space combines a fully-functioning winery with a music venue, to which he added a 50-seat restaurant in 2010.

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New York’s First Axe-Throwing Bar Opens

Kick Axe, a 7,000-square-foot axe-throwing venue that's reportedly the first of its kind in New York State, opened to the public, complete with beer, wine, and malt beverages in a lodge-like atmosphere that includes a lumberjack-themed photo area. Kick Axe is in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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7 in 10 Adults Like to Try New Restaurants in Their Area

More than 7 in 10 adults are at least somewhat likely to try new restaurants in their area (79 percent) and dine at or order from local restaurants in order to support the local economy (74 percent), according to the How America Eats survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Uber Eats.

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Arby’s to Develop 50 New Restaurants in Egypt

Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. reached a development agreement with Vantage Egypt for Tourism and Entertainment to build 50 new Arby’s restaurants in Egypt, with the first set to open in 2018.

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Delivery Trend Data Shows Popular Dishes Vary by Region

Poke was the hottest item to have delivered in 2017 overall and it is forecasted to stay popular well into 2018. But San Franciscans love buttermilk chicken and New Yorkers can’t get enough ramen.

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Adult Beverage Restaurant Sales Flat but Spirits Outpace Beer

Slowed consumer traffic at on-premise locations and stagnancy in occasions involving adult beverages translates to flat total alcohol volume in restaurants and bars in 2017, according to the recently released On-Premise Intelligence Report, jointly developed by Technomic and Beverage Marketing Corporation.

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