San Antonio’s best Mexican restaurant Mixtli to reopen in Southtown in June

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The progressive Mexican restaurant Mixtli is moving to this space in Southtown, opening as early as the first week of June.

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Mixtli, the progressive Mexican restaurant that closed last year to prepare for a move to Southtown, is a step closer to reopening, possibly as early as the first week of June.

The top-rated restaurant, specializing in themed multicourse Mexican dinners with a regional theme, will start selling tickets May 1 on its website, Prices haven’t been announced, but Mixtli will

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Best restaurant discounts and freebies as UK chains reopen for outdoor dining

To mark the reopening of restaurants offering outdoor dining, many chains are offering discounts and freebies to welcome back customers after a long lockdown.

Now we know it’s not summer yet, but us Brits are used to the cold, so grab your coat and head down to your favourite restaurants and pubs for a spot of al fresco dining.

From McDonald’s and Beefeater to Prezzo and Byron, there’s plenty of options to grab a drink or bite to eat outside for less and some chains are offering up to 25% off orders.

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Time Out Market food hall in Miami Beach Florida to reopen


Time Out Market Miami reopens this week on South Beach.

Time Out Market Miami is finally reopening, this time with delivery options.

The Miami Beach food hall, which closed last year during the COVID-19 pandemic, is reopening Thursday, March 18, with a new Time Out Market app that diners can use for contactless ordering.

Gone are a few of the food hall favorites like Coyo Taco, Kush and Rapicavoli (you’ll need to head to Eating House to get that amazing Dirt Cup now). Like they do at all food halls, vendors move on to expand other concepts. Giorgio Rapicavoli recently

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Popular corn dog food truck set to reopen both East Idaho locations Friday, expansions on the horizon | Local

If there’s one thing East Idahoans couldn’t get enough of in 2020, a freshly battered corn dog slathered in honey is likely high on the list.

Micheal O’Neal, the owner of Eastern Idaho’s franchise of The Corn Dog Company, says last year’s success, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, has allowed the company to add four more mobile corn dog wagons to its existing arsenal of trailers in Pocatello and another in Idaho Falls, which are set to open for the season on Friday.

“We had an absolutely incredible first year,” O’Neal said. “We definitely learned a ton through trial

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