5 beloved Dallas-area restaurants and bars that finally reopened

After “hemorrhaging money for a year” during the coronavirus pandemic, Dallas-Fort Worth restaurateurs like Rich Vana are finally feeling comfortable enough to reopen their businesses. The Heritage Table in downtown Frisco will re-emerge as a cautious copy of its former self, albeit a little war-torn.

The Heritage Table closed in March 2020, reopened in May, closed again in November, relaunched as a sandwich shop, closed a month later, then stayed dormant while Vana and his team waited. Nervously.

“If it hadn’t been for the response we’d gotten for the first three years — if it hadn’t been for the success

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A Beloved Coffee Shop in Downtown Cedarville

by Lydia Switzer

Orion Coffee and Tea is nestled into the friendly community of downtown Cedarville, Ohio along North Main Street and near to other student favorites such as Colonial Pizza and Beans-n-Cream. Inside, starry artwork decorates the walls, and the atmosphere communicates a sense of calm. Those who visit Orion can select from a variety of specialty coffees, brews, teas, baked goods, and more.

The beginnings of Orion surfaced in December of 2018, when Eric and Sharayah Irwin bought Telemetry Coffee Roasters from its owner. After operating as Telemetry until late in the summer of 2019, the store was

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Martha Stewart Just Shared a ‘Beloved’ One-Bowl Chocolate Cake Recipe

We’re just going to say it, there’s never a bad time to make a cake. Whether you’re in need of a pick-me-up, it’s for a special occasion, or you’re just in the mood to bake — the sweet treats are appropriate at any time in our book. While there are tons of different flavors and versions you can make, our forever favorite is a classic chocolate cake. And if you’ve been craving a piece of chocolatey goodness in your life, look no further than Martha Stewart’s “beloved” one-bowl chocolate cake recipe.

The recipe was originally featured in the

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