Mango’s Tropical Cafe reopens in Miami Beach, FL after COVID


Mango’s Tropical Café, a popular South Beach nightclub, bar and tourist stop-over, reopens after being closed for more than a year for coronavirus concerns.


Mango’s Tropical Café is flipping the lights back on.

The renowned South Beach nightclub, bar and must-visit music venue for out-of-towners is reopening April 28 after being closed since last spring for coronavirus concerns, according to a press release. The venue will implement “industry best practices” for curbing the spread of COVID-19, including requiring staff to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing, wearing masks and requiring guests to do the same, and limiting capacity to

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Jerzee’s Cafe in downtown Canton serves Dick’s famous coney sauce

CANTON — For years, I’ve been intrigued with the legend of the coney sauce once served at Dick’s Sandwich Shop at the former Arcade Market.

Long vanished are the market and eatery, both ghosts of Canton’s downtown past. Centennial Plaza is now in the vicinity of the market’s former spot.

Famed late Canton Repository writer Jim Hillibish wrote and reminisced about Dick’s coney sauce with a sense of mystique. Residents sent him what they claimed was the authentic recipe.

So I was immediately transfixed when I noticed the sauce prominently promoted on the menu of the new Jerzee’s All American

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‘Gr8 Comeback’: House of Soul Cafe opens new Carmel location – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

CARMEL, Ind. (WISH)– The two owners of the House of Soul Cafe say they are still getting used to the positive feedback the new restaurant has been receiving lately.

“Seeing people come out by the droves here to our Carmel location has been phenomenal with us only being in business for two months,” co-owner and head chef David Brown said. “It’s been phenomenal, man.”

Adam Belt, who goes by “Captain Adam,” is a pilot while Brown is retired military. The two created a bond over cooking soul food in particular. All Indiana’s Randall Newsome asked Belt which one of the

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A winery, brewery and cafe all at one of the Finger Lakes’ oldest and best-known producers

Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery is one of the oldest wineries in the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York.

It’s also one of the most recognized, having opened in 1979 on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake. By now, the fourth and fifth generations of the Wagner family are overseeing an operation that now includes the winery, a restaurant (The Ginny Lee Cafe) that opened in 1983 and a brewing operation that opened in 1997 (Wagner Valley Brewing Co.).

The winery sources 250 acres of grapes and produces 50,000 cases of wine per year, according to

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Saturn Cafe Closes Its Downtown Santa Cruz Location

If you’ve felt like the Covid-19 pandemic has done a number on businesses in downtown Santa Cruz, then prepare to see stars, because the latest casualty is out of this world. 

Saturn Cafe, known for its all-vegetarian and vegan comfort food, announced on its Facebook page it will close its doors at the Laurel Street and Pacific Avenue location for good. 

“Sadly, we will not be reopening our 145 Laurel Street location, which has been our home for over twenty years,” the post reads. “We will be relocating to our new neighborhood in Los Angeles.”

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Somerset election, Big Red Slide, Marc Dennis, cat cafe among top stories

FALL RIVER — With tragic news on the national scene, and even some springtime snow locally, last week was a bit of a whirlwind. Spoiler alert: This coming week promises to be just as busy, with the trial of former mayor Jasiel Correia II set to begin Tuesday.

Here’s a recap of the top stories in Greater Fall River.

Somerset’s Big Red Slide to return soon

For the past two years, Somerset residents have anxiously awaited the return of the big red slide to Pierce Beach Park. Thanks to the efforts of Playground and Recreation Director Barry Fontaine,

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