The Ordinary veterans Will Love and Carlton 'Vandy' Vanderwarker's French bistro Maison will open des portes this Wednesday evening, they announced on Instagram. Located at 708 King Street, the former casa of Pancito & Lefty, the bistro joins an already poppin' block — there's Graft, Leon's, Little Jack's, and Melfi's all nearby. As Graft co-owner Femi Oyediran posted on the 'gram this weekend, "The block is HOT." When we chatted with the guys in December, they said they plan to start with dinner service six nights a week, plus a Sunday Funday. Vanderwarker says things have changed a bit since then, and now they'll be taking reservations from 5-10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. and 5-10:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat. They'll be closed on Sunday. As for what to expect at Maison, Love told us, "We are going to take the food, a lot of French food is heavier, and breathe in lightness to it, that sense of modernity. It's balanced food, all my food is balanced — if you have a heavy … [Read more...] about Upper King French bistro Maison will open for service this Wednesday night
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Tom Haudricourt Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 9:03 PM EDT Sep 28, 2018 It’s not easy to celebrate when you have a torn Achilles tendon. Milwaukee Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio discovered that cruel fact of life Wednesday night when his baseball team clinched a playoff berth with a tense 2-1 victory in St. Louis. Attanasio had strict orders from the doctor for complete non-weight bearing on his left leg, which he ignored in the excitement of the moment while watching on TV in his mother’s home outside of Los Angeles. When the Brewers tagged out the potential tying run at the plate on a crazy play in the eighth inning, Attanasio couldn’t help himself. “I jumped up off the couch and landed on my feet, which the doctor wasn’t too happy about,” Attanasio said with a smile Friday afternoon during a media session at Miller Park before the Brewers played the Detroit Tigers. “He said, ‘Don’t do that … [Read more...] about Brewers owner Mark Attanasio ignored doctor’s orders on clinching night
Culture Movies & TV The third episode of American Horror Story: Apocalypse will center on Halloween night. “Tonight is all hallows eve,” Ms. Wilhemina Venable (Sarah Paulson) tells the group. “Everyone shall savor this night as if it were their last.” Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) recites two of the Ten Commandments. “Though shall not kill,” he says. “Though shall love thy neighbor.” He seems to have a different set of rules to follow then God’s commandments, however. At the beginning of episode 2, genetic prodigies Timothy Campbell (Kyle Allen) and Emily (Ashley Santos) are shocked when they discover a hoard of snakes in the closet. Kathy Bates’ Ms. Miriam Mead is delighted by the serpents and kills them for dinner. Just as the group gets ready to eat them for dinner, the snakes come alive and slither away. Recommended Slideshows 101 The 100 Best Films of All Time, According to Critics 61 In Pictures: … [Read more...] about ‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Spoilers: What Happens on Halloween Night in Episode 3?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Devra First Globe Staff September 03, 2018 In more than one way, a meal at Celeste feels like eating in the home of partners JuanMa Calderón and Maria Rondeau. I’m fairly sure a version of this sentence will appear in anything written about the restaurant. But “home” can mean many things. Here, it’s an expansive definition, a place where extremely interesting people continually rotate through, something good is bubbling on the stove, and there is always a bottle of wine ready to be opened. It feels so intimate in part because of the size: The Union Square spot is 600 square feet. The white walls are decorated with artworks and an aqua neon logo, a soccer match projected onto one. There is an open kitchen with chef Calderón at the stove, a small bar, a line of little tables, just 24 seats in all. The number isn’t random. For … [Read more...] about The Union Square restaurant that’s more like a dinner party thrown by friends
Amendments, curfew delays votes on McKalla Place By Austin Sanders, 9:45AM, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018 Tweet print write a letter City Council pushed a vote on bringing Major League Soccer to Austin another week last night. An architectural rendering of Precourt Sports Ventures' proposed soccer stadium at McKalla Place The body was set to vote on an agenda item that would potentially authorize City Manager Spencer Cronk to finish negotiating and then execute deal with Precourt Sports Ventures to relocate the Columbus Crew to Austin, but early in the day Council committed itself to adjourning the meeting at midnight. Although the soccer item was picked up as the first agenda item after the 6pm dinner break, a robust set of public speakers meant that Council couldn’t begin deliberating until 10pm. With about 25 amendments proposed, not to mention a revised draft of the term sheet between PSV and the city that was released the … [Read more...] about Council Punts Soccer to Wednesday