It has been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.That's certainly true for the wealth of breakfast-focused restaurants and daytime eateries — both new and old — in the Colorado Springs area.The fast-food sector has been seen as driving increased restaurant breakfast business in recent years. McDonald's introduction a few years ago of all-day breakfast gave a hefty boost to the chain's sales. Lifestyle I tried McDonald's new Triple Breakfast Stacks, and now I'm full of syrup, butter and shame By Tim Carman The Washington Post But if you think people in this frenetic, on-the-go society only have time to grab an Egg McMuffin or other quick breakfast snack, think again. Sit-down restaurants are getting their share of the morning crowd. "We have a lot of regular customers who eat with us three or four times a week," says Randy Price, who owns three Urban Egg, a Daytime Eatery (formerly Over Easy) restaurants in the Springs as part of … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs breakfast battles: New restaurants compete with old favorites
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Paul Abercrombie, The Washington Post Published 10:30 am PDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Loaves of Cuban bread at La Segunda Central Bakery in Tampa. Loaves of Cuban bread at La Segunda Central Bakery in Tampa. Photo: Amy Pezzicara, La Segunda Central Bakery Co-owners Tony More, right, and son Copeland More check on some loaves. Co-owners Tony More, right, and son Copeland More check on some loaves. Photo: Amy Pezzicara, La Segunda Central Bakery The late Raymond Moré, Tony's uncle, at the bakery in 1982. The late Raymond Moré, Tony's uncle, at the bakery in 1982. Photo: La Segunda Central Bakery Bakers press palmetto fronds into dough. They give the loaves their characteristic split. Bakers press palmetto fronds into dough. They give the loaves their characteristic … [Read more...] about Inside the century-old bakery that’s one of America’s last sources of traditional Cuban bread
Bailey Loosemore Louisville Courier Journal Published 4:30 PM EDT Sep 14, 2018 If people truly eat with their eyes, they might miss out on gems like Big Momma's Soul Food Kitchen. The west Louisville restaurant's black gated door against a worn white exterior are enough to make some diners turn away before they give the lovingly prepared food a shot. But if those diners were to enter, they'd be treated to a hand-crafted meal that could stand up to any dish coming out of a trendier restaurant in one of the city's other neighborhoods. This is the dilemma that many of Louisville's black-owned restaurants face. As the city continues to embrace its "foodie" status, more modern restaurants have become the talk of the town — while restaurants rooted in Louisville's cultural history have all but fallen out of the conversation. What makes one get recognition over the other? … [Read more...] about Have Louisville’s black-owned restaurants been left behind?
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