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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Heinz packages are part of COVID shortage

Ketchup is the next COVID-19-related shortage.

Not the bottled variety as much as the small individual packages restaurants give with pickup, takeout and delivery orders.

And it’s hitting America’s most popular brand, Heinz, with shortages at chains like Long John Silver’s and Texas Roadhouse, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Kraft Heinz confirmed to USA TODAY on Tuesday that it is working to increase supplies, such as adding manufacturing lines that will increase production by about 25% for a total of more than 12 billion packets a year.

Other recent shortages include Grape-Nuts cereal and microchips, which is affecting car

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‘COVID … Got The Best Of Us’

LOGAN SQUARE — Paladar Cuban Restaurant and Rum Bar in Logan Square has permanently closed due to the pandemic, joining a long list of Chicago restaurants and bars that have fallen under the weight of the crisis.

Owner Jose Gonzalez shut down Paladar, located at 2252 N. Western Ave., at the end of October during the fall surge of COVID-19. This week, Gonzalez announced the Cuban restaurant and rum bar will not reopen.

In a goodbye post on Facebook, Gonzalez wrote: “To all my loyal customers, fans and friends, it brings me great sadness to announce that after 9

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