The best restaurant for outdoor dining in your state

‘Tis the season for outdoor dining and America has a huge store of spots for a fantastic alfresco meal. Whether you’re after a cool, urban rooftop, a quaint riverside oasis or a laidback patio for brunch, we’ve scoured every state for their finest outdoor offerings. Always remember to check state travel advisories, seasonal opening times and the COVID-19 protocols of your chosen venue before you go.

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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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Benedetto Restaurant in Cambridge Is Closing Permanently

Benedetto, the second restaurant from the team behind Italian stunner Giulia, will not reopen from its current temporary closure as planned, owners Mike Pagliarini and Pam Ralston announced today in a newsletter to customers. Located inside Harvard Square’s Charles Hotel in the space that was previously the longtime home of Rialto, Benedetto is now permanently closed.

Pagliarini and Ralston learned last week from the corporate ownership group of the hotel that the Italian restaurant’s lease was being terminated, the restaurateurs wrote in today’s announcement, noting that “this news came as a complete surprise … Benedetto was set to emerge from

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Best Sanitizing and Disinfecting Practices for Restaurant Reopenings

GOJO Purell Sanitizing DisinfectingWith a vaccine finally a reality, and many businesses successfully adapting to the new health and safety-focused climate, the restaurant industry is finally getting back on its feet.

Although the evolution of the industry has largely been a success, proper health and safety knowledge and education remains important, as a slip can still easily spell dire consequences for any restaurant. Thankfully, companies such as GOJO, the creator of Purell and many other common sanitizing and disinfecting products, have taken it upon themselves to make both the products and the knowledge required to use them as accessible as possible.


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Best and worst restaurant inspection reports for the week ending April 20, 2021

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department inspects restaurants twice a year and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Scores below 70 require corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards.

To file a health-related complaint, call the Department of Environmental Health at 423-209-8110. The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments.


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6312 Bonny Oaks Drive

Reasons including two or more criticals observed at time of inspection. Improper hand washing observed. Food-worker observed rinsing hands without soap after entering from outside. Observed

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Jacksonville’s best and worst restaurant inspections: April 19

Our digital database of restaurant inspections is updated daily with the latest inspection reports from Jacksonville-area restaurants. 

You can use the database to search by county or by restaurant name. And you can see which restaurants were fined and which were forced into temporary closure by emergency order. 

Each week we’ll share area restaurants that aced their inspections, while also highlighting those with the most violations. 

Database: Find recent inspection reports for your favorite restaurants

Recovering:Diners are back at Jacksonville restaurants. But cooks and servers aren’t, creating a new problem for owners.

Here are reports from the week of

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