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New Pale Ale Waltzes Into Seattle

The Triple Door, Seattle’s world-class event venue that pairs live entertainment with award-winning food and wine, announces a partnership with Elysian Brewing Company to create a new craft beer.

Twin Peaks Rises in San Antonio

Twin Peaks has been ogling South Texas for a long time. Now, the rapidly growing ultimate adventure lodge is making its move on this attractive region – Twin Peaks will open its first San Antonio location in October.

Buffalo Wild Wings Ready for Kick-Off

Besides the fans, no one is more excited for the return of football season than Buffalo Wild Wings. After a spring and summer campaigning on behalf of fans to “Save Our Season,” the sports grill and bar is celebrating football with a variety of rewards and promotions – highlighted by the pay-off of coupons for six free wings for the 45,152 fans that supported the Save Our Season Facebook Petition.

25 Degrees Brings Upscale Burgers, Wine to Chicago

On August 29, Joe and Mac Boumaroun, brothers and restaurateurs best known for bringing Aladdin’s Eatery to Chicago, unveiled the city’s newest gourmet dining establishment, 25 Degrees, an upscale burger and wine bar.

10 New Healthy Dishes at Gordon Biersch

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants today introduced 10 new "Lighter Side" menu options, most clocking in at less than 575 calories.The brewery restaurant launched its latest menu offerings in all 29 nationwide locations on August 30th, 2011.

Sam Adams Makes 200-Year Tradition its Own

Grab your lederhosen and blast the Oompah tunes.This September, Samuel Adams is bringing a Oktoberfest tradition to the states by launching the first-ever Samuel Adams National Stein Hoisting Competition.

Cupcakes Make Pitstop at Quaker Steak & Lube

The award-winning national restaurant chain Quaker Steak & Lube introduced a new line of sweet treats this summer, unveiling four cupcakes with distinct flavors and uniquely lube-sounding names: PB&J Traffic Jam (exclusive to The Lube), They Say It's Your Birthday, Red Corvelvette, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Collision.

Energy Drinks Can Fire Up Alcohol Sales

Rarely has a group of drinks provoked as much controversy as energy drink cocktails have these days.These combinations of sweet ingredients that include stimulants such as taurine, glucuronalactone, caffeine, guarana, and L-carnitine, are regularly mixed with alcohol, a known depressant, which can produce frightening results.

Jack Daniels Plans Record-Setting Birthday

The Jack Daniel Distillery will honor the 161st birthday of its founder, Jack Daniel, by attempting to place the famed whiskey pioneer in Guinnes World Records history on Sept. 1. In a play off of the whiskey's "Old No.

Call for Entries: Sips Awards are Here!

Restaurant Management is kicking off its first annual Sips Awards!Restaurants interested in submitting entries for the site’s awards and its accompanying editorial coverage should complete the online form in full by September 1, 2011.

Boston’s Sports Bar Revamps Menu

Dallas-based Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar today announced the launch of its new menu and Sports Headquarters promotion in all 49 U.S. and Mexico locations, making Boston’s the home for sports and an exceptional dining experience.

Wine Gauge Accomplishes Perfect Pour

The one-of-a-kind Wine Gauge, made exclusively by Pour 'N Save, helps wine serving establishments curtail costly over-pours.The Pour 'N Save Wine Gauge is an adjustable, tri-level measuring gauge, used primarily for wine sales by the glass.

Pressure Fryer Raises the Bar on Spike TV

Thirty minutes outside of Boston, in a town named Framingham, the Chicken Bone was choking.Nightlife expert Jeff Taffer decided to perform the Heimlich on the Chicken Bone. On an episode of the Spike TV show “Bar Rescue,” which airs September 11, Taffer set out to revive the failing bar through a revitalization in its food options, ambiance, and kitchen equipment.

‘Bloody Mary Guy’ Turned Hobby into Business

In 1989, Demitri Pallis was tending bar in Seattle. Customers at the New Orleans Restaurant, a jazz club settled comfortably in Pioneer Square near the Seahawks football stadium, loved Bloody Marys as much as Pallis loved to make them.