• Healthy Food

    Healthy food restaurant endorsed by Naomi Osaka opens in West Palm Beach

    Support local journalism by getting a digital subscription to The Palm Beach Post. For a limited time, new subscribers can get full digital access for six months for only $1. Sign up here.  Sweetgreen, a national salad chain with a cult following and celebrity partner – tennis star Naomi Osaka – opens its long planned West Palm Beach location at The Square Tuesday. The fast-casual restaurant with Washington D.C. roots originally was slated to open in November at the plaza, then known as Rosemary Square. It makes its debut in the space between the Casper and Tommy Bahama stores. 

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Arrests made in Morgan Hill fast-food restaurant robberies

    MORGAN HILL – A pair of 23-year-old Morgan Hill men were arrested on suspicion of robbing the same fast-food restaurant twice in the past month, police said. The robberies occurred Dec. 13 and Dec. 20 at the Burger King at 1107 Cochrane Road in Morgan Hill, the Morgan Hill Police Department said in a news release Tuesday. The suspects demanded money and employees provided cash from the registers, according to police. Both times, the suspects escaped on foot. Police said an investigation led to the identification of both suspects. They were arrested Dec. 21 in Morgan Hill. During a search  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Cook Out opening soon in Winchester; fast-food restaurant actively hiring | Winchester Star

    WINCHESTER — A Cook Out restaurant is opening at 1551 S. Pleasant Valley Road. The North Carolina-based fast-food chain, which has 300 locations, is known for its low prices and high quality. The menu includes hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, quesadillas, chicken sandwiches and a variety of milkshakes. The Winchester Cook Out is located in a building previously occupied by a Roy Rogers restaurant. According to Winchester tax maps, Cookout Shenandoah Inc. purchased the site on Jan. 29 for $2.2 million. The local Cook Out is actively hiring and seeking to fill 30 positions. The restaurant’s manager said the starting pay  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    In-N-Out sues Michigan fast food restaurant Doll n’ Burgers for similar look

    So it may come as no surprise that In-N-Out has filed yet another copyright infringement lawsuit. This time, the fast food chain is suing a Michigan restaurant called Doll n’ Burgers, with locations in Tecumseh and Jackson, according to the Daily Telegram. In-N-Out is reportedly claiming Doll n’ Burgers has borrowed a little too liberally from its signature look, from a white, red and yellow color scheme to employees dressed in white shirts, red aprons and paper hats. In the lawsuit, reports the Daily Telegram, In-N-Out also mentions the restaurant’s similar “white cups with red graphics; open-ended burger wrappers;  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Bradenton, FL area restaurant health inspections

    Florida’s Division of Hotels and Restaurants routinely inspects restaurants, food trucks and other food service establishments for public health and cleanliness issues. The reports are public information. During the most recent inspections in Manatee County, several restaurants were cited for unclean equipment and surfaces. Other problems at Bradenton-area restaurants included flies on site and unsafe food temperatures. Here is what inspectors found: Domino’s Pizza, 14640 S.R. 70 E., Lakewood Ranch Laundry detergent was stored on top of a slicer blade. Corrective action was taken. A manager or person in charge lacked proof of food manager certification. The food service manager  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Gluten-free fast food restaurant to open in SW valley next summer

    LAS VEGAS (KLAS)— PowerSoul Cafe, a gluten-free fast food restaurant chain, will open its flagship store next summer in Southwest Las Vegas. The flagship store will be at West Warm Springs and Cimarron Road at Tarkanian Plaza. The store will operate 24-hours, with self-serve smart food lockers, walk-up windows, and a drive-thru window. “Our flagship store is in a part of town that’s growing quickly and we’re securing other areas of the valley for future sites,” said PowerSoul Cafe founder Dina Mitchell. Each item on the PowerSoul Cafe menu will be certified 100 percent gluten-free. It will also have  

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  • Vegetarian

    Burger King Opens a Fully Vegetarian Restaurant

    A Burger King restaurant in Madrid, Spain, just took all meat off the menu. Rebranded as “Vurger King,” the meat-free location is now serving up 100 percent vegetarian food. Located on one of Madrid’s most iconic boulevards, Paseo del Prado, Vurger King will be open for a limited time. The new, meat-free options were made in partnership with The Vegetarian Butcher, a Dutch vegetarian and vegan meat brand acquired by Unilever in 2018. Menu offerings include a plant-based Whopper and vegan chicken nuggets. Vurger King will also offer a Long Vegetal, a plant-based take on Burger King’s Long Chicken sandwich.  

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