Author Archive - Ariana Keller

Today’s Special: Geekery With the popularity of superhero films and resurgence of tabletop games, it’s a great time to be a geek – and perhaps an even better time to own a geek-themed bar. From an elaborately decorated Game of Thrones pub complete with an… Read More >

Giving a Historic Diner New Life Established by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register of Historic Places lists locations throughout the United States that are deemed to hold historical significance. The register includes sites such as homes once occupied by important… Read More >

On the Hunt for Game Meat In 2016, Arby’s crashed into headlines by offering venison sandwiches, a limited-availability menu item that was so popular with customers, the chain brought them back in 2017 and even added elk sandwiches in some markets. The fast food restaurant’s… Read More >

Charitable Restaurants Non-profits, community organizations, and school groups often host fundraising events to benefit a charitable cause or to help members cover the costs of necessities like uniforms and travel expenses. Restaurant fundraisers require minimal amounts of labor and a relatively small time commitment, so… Read More >

What’s Next for Andrew Rea Andrew Rea didn’t mean to become a YouTube sensation, but more than a year after making a cooking video for Reddit’s food community, Binging with Babish has become his full-time job. Each week, Rea faithfully recreates the food seen in… Read More >

A Lifetime of Famous Pizza Americans love pizza – when it’s made with a thick crust, with a thin crust, with no toppings except cheese, even with toppings that probably shouldn’t be on a pizza (yes, pineapple, we’re talking about you). A national pizza chain’s… Read More >

U.S. Coffee Championships Attending the U.S. Coffee Championships – dubbed CoffeeChamps by its organizers, the Specialty Coffee Association – is a complete sensory experience. If you didn’t make it to this year’s qualifying rounds on Jan. 21 and 22 at the convention center in Knoxville,… Read More >

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