Honey Berry Pancakes and Cafe open in Brookfield; coming to Greenfield

Brookfield has a new brunch spot. 

Honey Berry Pancakes and Cafe has opened a breakfast, lunch and brunch restaurant at 17915 W. Bluemound Road. 

This is the chain’s sixth cafe, but first in Wisconsin. The other five are in Illinois, including a location in downtown Chicago. 

The menu includes omelets, crepes, French toast, skillets, breakfast sandwiches and, of course, pancakes. The signature Honeyberry pancakes include a berry mascarpone filling, fresh berries, vanilla creme anglaise and blackberry coulis. 

“It’s got something for everyone,” said Paul Marrin, a managing partner of the restaurant.

“It’s a good way to start your morning,” he

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How to Transition from Cabinets to Open Shelves in Your Kitchen

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Christopher Churchill

Over the last decade, modern kitchen design has veered away from traditional cabinetry, replacing it with casual, open storage that allows for easily accessible and prettily displayed collections. The challenge? Figuring out how to make the switch to open shelving in a way that optimizes both beauty and function. To help you do just that, we asked several professional organizers for their best advice on trading in cabinets for exposed storage. The secret? It all starts with streamlining your current collection.

Related: How to Decide Between Open Shelving and Upper

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Savannah’s Food Co. now open

“Think farm to front door,” said Zach Thomason as he described his new home meal delivery service.

In March, Thomason and Brian Bazar launched Savannah’s Food Co. The new venture is a service that delivers chef-prepared meals to your front door. “Local ingredients & eclectic flavors” is their tagline.

Dishes like Moroccan Tagine Style Chicken, Saffron Citrus Salmon and Savory French Beef Stew are a handful of the entrees featured this past month.

Zach Thomason, left, and Brian Bazar of Savannah's Food Co. inside Crosstown Concourse on Thursday, March 18, 2021.

Sandwiches, salads and even an extensive kid’s menu are part of the weekly offerings. 

Thomason focuses on using locally grown ingredients when possible. Each order comes

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Richmond-area restaurants make the We’re Open Sweet 16

RICHMOND, Va. — The NCAA men’s basketball tournament was not the only thing COVID canceled in 2020. The pandemic closed thousands of restaurants across the country, some struggled to reopen, others never did.

To help celebrate and recognize the hardworking restaurant industry, CBS 6 created the We’re Open Sweet 16 sponsored by Maebird Marketing.

We’ve randomly paired 16 Central Virginia restaurants with the 16 teams in the 2021 NCAA men’s basketball Sweet 16. If the team wins, that restaurant advances in the We’re Open bracket.

The winning restaurant will receive a $1,500 prize. The three other restaurants in the Final

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Immigrant Best Friends Open Miami Cafe

DENVER, N.C. — Carla Palacios and Damaris Gonzalez said they immediately connected after hearing each other’s Miami accent while working together in Charlotte.

Palacios’s family immigrated to Florida from Nicaragua and Gonzalez from Cuba.

They both love the taste of traditional Miami food, which combines flavors from their native countries.

When they moved to Charlotte, they said it was difficult to find that combination in a restaurant.

The women had become best friends and decided to venture into business together.

They came up with Miami Fusion Cafe.

Located in Denver, in eastern Lincoln County, the restaurant serves Cuban and Nicaraguan

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What the Fries restaurant is ready to open in Charlotte

Gone are the days of waiting for What The Fries to post its weekly schedule on Instagram each Sunday. Though you’ll still feel the need to casually stalk its posts for a glimpse of your perfectly curated go-to meal, you can rest easy because the days of waiting for the popular food truck to come to your neck of the woods — and eating your Steak and Shrimp Hibachi Fries in your car — are almost over.

It’s been a long few months for fans of the food truck and the owners, chefs Jamie Barnes and Gregory “Greg” Williams.

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