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Flour+Water chef-owner welcomes guests back to Central Kitchen after brief closure

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After months of temporary closure, Thomas McNaughton, executive chef-owner of Flour+Water, has reopened his casual dining restaurant Central Kitchen in the Mission District.

The restaurant reopens Friday as Central Kitchen Wine Bar and will serve guests in a heated courtyard attached to Flour+Water Pasta Shop at 3000 20th St. Guests will enjoy pasta prepared inside the shop in addition to other Italian plates.

“Being a casual restaurant and wine bar with epic outdoor seating in San Francisco excites us,” McNaughton said in a statement. “We want guests and friends to enjoy simple food, thoughtfully prepared alongside a broad and playful list of both classic and natural wines.”

ALSO: One Market brings New York deli staples to downtown San Francisco

Wine director Samuel Bogue has partnered with McNaughton and chef Ryan Pollnow and has chosen six natural wines from around the world to showcase on the menu. A 2017 pinot gris

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Popular West Palm eatery Kitchen set to open second location at Alton Town Center

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a man and a woman standing in a room: Aliza Byrne and Chef Matthew Byrne own and operate Kitchen restaurant in West Palm Beach. [Photo by LILA PHOTO]


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Aliza Byrne and Chef Matthew Byrne own and operate Kitchen restaurant in West Palm Beach. [Photo by LILA PHOTO]

PALM BEACH GARDENS — Seven years after opening their popular American brasserie Kitchen in West Palm Beach, Chef Matthew Byrne and his wife, Aliza, are preparing to debut the sequel. 

The West Palm Beach residents will unveil their second Kitchen restaurant early next month at Alton Town Center in Palm Beach Gardens.

The eatery, which will seat 150 with ample outdoor space and a private room, joins a growing list of new restaurants at the 360,203-square-foot retail complex on Donald Ross Road.

More: Gardens McDonald’s reopens dining room after $450,000 contemporary renovation

More: Miller’s Ale House to open next year at Alton Town Center in Gardens

The location was a perfect one for the Byrnes, who were eager to expand into an area where many of their regular 

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American brasserie Kitchen plans November opening at Alton Town Center

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A November debut is planned for the American brasserie, which is owned by Tiger Woods’ former personal chef Matthew Byrne and his wife, Aliza.

Jodie Wagner
 
| Palm Beach Post

PALM BEACH GARDENS — Seven years after opening their popular American brasserie Kitchen in West Palm Beach, Chef Matthew Byrne and his wife, Aliza, are preparing to debut the sequel. 

The West Palm Beach residents will unveil their second Kitchen restaurant early next month at Alton Town Center in Palm Beach Gardens.

The eatery, which will seat 150 with ample outdoor space and a private room, joins a growing list of new restaurants at the 360,203-square-foot retail complex on Donald Ross Road.

More: Gardens McDonald’s reopens dining room after $450,000 contemporary renovation

More: Miller’s Ale House to open next year at Alton Town Center in Gardens

The location was a perfect one for the Byrnes, who were eager to expand

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Coronavirus live news: WHO daily cases set new record at more than 350,000 | World news

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Trump again calls for in-person debate, citing doctor’s letter

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Hell’s Kitchen Board Implores City To Reduce Hotel Shelters

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HELL’S KITCHEN, NY — A Hell’s Kitchen community board renewed a call this week for the city to reduce the density of temporary homeless shelters in the neighborhood, saying increased crime and drug use associated with the facilities was causing a public health crisis in the area.

Members of Community Board 4 strained to distinguish the situation in Hell’s Kitchen from similar battles over the pandemic-era hotel shelters that have played out in other neighborhoods, saying they objected only to the concentration of shelters around West 36th and 37th streets and were open to relocating the shelters to elsewhere in the district.

“This is not NIMBYism. This is a common-sense request for a reduction,” board member Maria Ortiz said, using the acronym for “not in my backyard.”

The board voted unanimously Wednesday to send a letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and Department of Homeless Services

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Washington state garden offers useful inspiration for Sonoma County front yards

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For Sandra, a “hands-on” person, it was tough to stay out of the way as a contractor and workmen gutted and completely renovated the 1950s house she and her husband, Howard, had just bought in Walla Walla, Washington.

New to the area, Sandra was keen to get to know the neighborhood. So while the men upgraded her new home to a more modern aesthetic and condition, she turned to the front garden. Each day, from a rental house a few blocks away, Sandra would come over and labor in the garden in an effort to make progress on the house and to begin to meet her neighbors.

The garden was not a garden when she started. Her first efforts were directed at a steep bank along the sidewalk, a discouraging mass of rocks knit together by a dense mat of Bermuda grass. She progressed incrementally, each day removing a few

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Volleyball coach forced 13-year-old student in bathroom stall and kissed her, police say

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A Jasper volleyball coach is facing a felony charge after a young teen reported she was accosted by the woman during a tournament in Trussville.

Dakoda Bhreann Mauldin, 29, is charged with a school employee engaging in a sex act with a student under the age of 19. She was booked into the Jefferson County at 12:37 p.m. Thursday and released at 1:04 p.m. after posting $15,000 bond.

Trussville police Sgt. Adam Filetti said the investigation began Sept. 30 when a 13-year-old girl reported to them that Mauldin assaulted her in the bathroom during a Sept. 19 volleyball tournament at Hewitt-Trussville High School.

Mauldin, according to the girl, pushed her into a bathroom stall and kissed her on the mouth. She also is alleged to have texted photos of herself to the girl and professed her love to her. Filetti said the victim is not from Trussville. Mauldin and the

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A New Ghost Kitchen Is Delivering Loaded Baked Potato and Everything Bagel Pierogi

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Zofia’s Kitchen’s everything bagel pierogi are stuffed with cream cheese, scallion, and everything seasoning. Photograph courtesy Zofia’s Kitchen.

Chef Ed Hardy was playing a lot of video games and felt in need of a challenge after Cookology Culinary School in Arlington, where he was an instructor, shut down at the start of the pandemic. So when his friend Nate Reynolds, a Chicago native who works in telecom, asked if he could make pierogi for a socially distanced barbecue, Hardy went all out. Flaunting tradition, he stuffed his pierogi with creative fillings like loaded mashed potatoes with “an unreasonable amount of bacon” or a Chicago dog with all the fixings. 

They were such a hit that Hardy and Reynolds, who became friends through the Northern Virginia Foodies Facebook group, decided they should sell them. They’ve since launched Zofia’s Kitchen, a ghost kitchen operating out of Cookology that specializes in twists on

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Fauci calls Amy Coney Barrett ceremony in Rose Garden ‘superspreader event’

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, on Friday called President Donald Trump’s Rose Garden ceremony last month announcing Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court a “superspreader event.”

Fauci, who was interviewed by CBS News Radio’s White House correspondent Steven Portnoy, defended the efficacy of wearing masks to slow the spread of Covid-19 and used the ceremony as an example.

“Well, I think the data speaks for themselves. We had a superspreader event in the White House and it was in a situation where people were crowded together and were not wearing masks,” he said. “So the data speak for themselves.”

This is not the first time Fauci has been at odds with Trump, who has had a cavalier attitude toward Covid-19 since being released from the hospital Monday after being infected with the virus, and has boasted about his apparent recovery and given mixed messaging around

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What’s happening today at the online Fall Dispatch Home & Garden Show

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TODAY AT THE SHOW



logo, company name: Then 2020 Fall Dispatch Home & Garden Show


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Then 2020 Fall Dispatch Home & Garden Show

The fall show is online for everyone’s safety, so here is your chance to leisurely enjoy what the show has to offer. The event re-creates an expo hall with booths and an auditorium, and each participating company has resources and representatives you can talk with online. 

Location: DispatchHomeAndGardenShow.com

Admission: free

Hours: The show opens at 8 a.m.; chats available through 8 p.m.

Special attractions: At noon, Home 214 Design’s Melinda McCoy will present simple autumn decorating tips for any home, any budget and any decorating ability. 

Today’s workshops

Chat with presenters and get your specific questions answered; check online for additional workshops.

4 p.m.: six signs your chimney is fine (or not!), presented by The Chimney Guys

• 5 p.m.: Discover key facts, types, well-known lilacs and even public collections and festivals to visit

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