Interested in working for Mr. 305? That’s right – Pitbull is hiring, and the world-famous rapper isn’t “messin’ around” when it comes to finding new employees for his upcoming Miami Beach restaurant. The establishment, “iLov305,” is a Latin steakhouse and nightlife destination brimming with “delicious food, incredible drinks [and] memorable entertainment,” according to the official Instagram page. The new restaurant is looking to hire male and female dancers, singers, models and “specialty performers,” according to the post. Willing to “give it everything” you’ve got? Updated Miami Commissioners Approve Soccer Stadium Vote Proposal Interested applicants should bring a headshot, resume and driver’s license/valid ID to Show Stoppers Studio in Hialeah on Sept. 9 at 9:30 a.m. Women are instructed to wear black two-piece outfits or form fitting dresses, and men are asked to don all-black … [Read more...] about Dale! Pitbull Hiring For New Miami Beach Restaurant
By Fernando Alfonso III Published 8:14 am CDT, Tuesday, September 4, 2018 PHOTOS: Be careful where you eat out A preponderance of roaches were among the most egregious health code violations at Houston restaurants in August. >>>Swipe through and see if any of your favorite restaurants made the list.... less PHOTOS: Be careful where you eat out A preponderance of roaches were among the most egregious health code violations at Houston restaurants in August. >>>Swipe through and see if any of your favorite ... more Photo: Boston Globe/Boston Globe Via Getty Images Cyclone Anaya's #1 5761 WOODWAY DR, HOUSTON, TX 77057 Demerits: 42 Inspection highlights: Observed live roaches crawling from the ceiling, behind the prep cooler, under the pizza oven, in the dining area, and near the mop sink. less Cyclone Anaya's #1 5761 WOODWAY DR, HOUSTON, TX 77057 Demerits: 42 Inspection … [Read more...] about Houston restaurants that received some of the worst health code violations in August
With the arrival of fall also comes the arrival of another Center City Restaurant Week. From Sunday, Sept. 23, through Friday, Oct. 5, popular restaurants in the heart of Philly will offer three-course dinners for $35 per person. Some will also offer three-course lunches for $20.The deals will be available at favorites like Butcher & Singer, High Street on Market, Bud & Marilyn's, Max Brenner, Barbuzzo, Ocean Prime, R2L and Sampan, as well as newcomers like The Palm, Porta and Maison 208.On the Center City District website, the participating restaurants are listed in alphabetical order with their Restaurant Week menus. You can also search by cuisine or keyword.Most reservations can be made through OpenTable.Planning on driving to Philly for Restaurant Week? You can park for $9 or less at select parking facilities between 4:45 p.m. and 1 a.m. with a voucher from a participating restaurant.Sunday, Sept. 23 through Friday, Oct. 5 Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on … [Read more...] about Center City Restaurant Week will run for more than seven days this fall
PUBLISHED: 10:12 04 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:12 04 September 2018 Patrick Widdess Goulash soup Picture: Patrick Widdess Archant Patrick Widdess tries out Norwich’s first Hungarian restaurant, Goulash House. The pork dish with bacon rind Picture: Patrick WiddessFoodStrings of paprika and rows of painted dishes set the scene at Norwich’s first and only Hungarian restaurant. I visited with a rough idea of what goulash is and my Hungarian partner who was able to talk me through the traditional dishes on the menu and strike up a rapport with the waiter by speaking in his native language. The restaurant serves several varieties of goulash including beef, wild boar, and mushroom along with a selection of other meat and carb heavy stews. There are also various Italian and other European dishes available offering variety to suit all tastes. My partner skipped the starters wanting to save her appetite for the main course. Not wanting to overlook … [Read more...] about It’s one of Norwich’s top restaurants on TripAdvisor, but how good is Goulash House?
PUBLISHED: 18:19 03 September 2018 | UPDATED: 18:19 03 September 2018 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Elderflower parfait Archant We checked out food at Glasswells Ipswich’s in-store cafe. Roast turkey and trimmings Picture: ArchantFoodI’m not usually one to be won over by in-store eateries. Actually, the last time I ate at a supermarket café was probably as an early teen. I’m going to say it. I’m a food snob.But…I know Glasswells has a good reputation for its food. The East Anglian department store is said to pride itself on cooking from scratch on site and supporting local producers. It’s also part the Eat Out Eat Well scheme, meaning it has to offer healthier options across its menu.So on the sunny first Sunday of September I popped in to not only admire the carpet range (I’ve just moved house you see) but to check out the eatery.Bacon and courgette quiche Picture: ArchantThe array of cakes at the counter looked … [Read more...] about Restaurant review: Glasswells A Place to Eat, Ipswich