Eight-year-old Raw Jūce isn’t built on a fad foundation, nor is it riding any bandwagon. Instead, the founders of this South Florida-based business got into juicing for all the right reasons: to fight disease via a raw-food diet. Today, Raw Jūce’s mission remains the same: to educate the public on the benefits of juicing while making it easy to adopt a produce-filled diet with its line of fresh-pressed, conveniently bottled juices. Made daily, all of Raw Jūce’s signature drinks aim to maximize nutritional density, thanks to cold-pressing, a method said to deliver long-lasting bioavailability — not to mention the best
Shareable appetizers such as trash-can nachos, buffalo chicken salad, wings and chicken and waffles are just a few of the offerings you’ll find at Ace’s Sports Hangar, now open at CityLine in Richardson.
The 2,500-square-foot location at 1250 State St. features large garage doors that open to a spacious patio where customers can watch sports, play trivia and sing karaoke.
The sports bar is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Events are held throughout the week, including karaoke every Tuesday from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., Thursday night football with drink discounts and $4 mimosas every Saturday and Sunday
Cabernets and IPAs in Mukilteo features a wide selection of quality wine, local beer and fun appetizers. #k5evening
MUKILTEO, Wash. — Cabernets and IPAs in Mukilteo serves- as you might expect- a wide selection of wine and local beer. Owner and sommelier Elizabeth Stewart curates the rotating inventory, choosing Washington wines and bottles from around the world.
You can enjoy a glass on their wonderful deck, complete with a scenic view and fire pit, or you can peruse their wine wall for a bottle to take home.
Cabernets and IPAs also have a menu of sharable bites, salad and appetizers
Legendary local music venue Tipitina’s plans to expand by opening up a coffee shop next door that will also serve as a bar and live entertainment venue at night.
The City Planning Commission approved the plans in a unanimous vote on Tuesday (July 27), with the provision that all music must be indoors with windows and doors closed.
The coffee shop will be on 4331 Tchoupitoulas St., in a building previously used as a commercial short-term rental space known as Tchoup House. The venue has a rear patio and upstairs deck.
A bookstore that will include a coffee house during the day and a wine bar at night is coming to Milwaukee’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
Niche Book Bar is planned for a city-owned building at 1937 N. King Drive.
The Bronzeville Advisory Committee on Monday recommended a sale of that building to Niche Book Bar, which is operated by Cetonia Weston-Roy.
That property sale needs Common Council approval.
Weston-Roy, a locally based author and founder of the Black Authors Collective, told committee members that Niche Book Bar will focus on “Black literature and red wine.”
It will welcome families with children