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LatesT from the LFK food scene
Amid ongoing hardships and financial struggles, Decade, the East Lawrence coffee shop and cafe, will soon close its doors permanently.
A gathering on Thursday will celebrate the completion of a colorful new mural adorning a Lawrence restaurant and tienda mexicana.
Joey Pauda wants to create more spaces to celebrate Latino culture in Lawrence. He’s one organizer behind Taco Wars, a fundraiser in which four local restaurants will compete Saturday to serve the best taco.
At an early age, Alexis Nikole Nelson formed a habit of eating items straight from the dirt outdoors.
It wasn’t as concerning as it seems.
Lee and K Meisel, owners of Leeway Franks and Leeway Butcher, announced Wednesday plans to close the restaurant but expand the butcher shop.
Balhar Choong will open Pizza Palace on Wednesday, just in time for lunch and an unusual dining experience: Indian pizza.
After months of behind-the-scenes toiling, co-owners Brittanie Sinisgalli and Mary Costello are excited to finally open Espurresso Cat Cafe — Lawrence’s very first cat cafe.
Carlos Mendez, who owns Fiesta Cancún with his family, said he wanted the new restaurant on Mass Street to reflect his family’s “cultural duality,” highlighting their Mexican heritage and American influence.
F-Mart Asian Market will celebrate the completion of a new mural on the side of its building, called “Cloudy With A Chance of Boba,” with a ribbon-cutting on Saturday.
Specific details about Lawrence’s first annual Mid Summer Night on Mass are solidifying: face painting by Purple Palette, a street juggling show called Dingus’ Showcase, and a block party outside the Bourgeois Pig are some highlights.
Pizza Shuttle is officially relocating this week from the space it’s called home for nearly four decades.
Lou Wilson and Ryan Bowersox want to elevate your next picnic. The longtime friends and foodies have launched a picnic-inspired snack shop opening this Sunday in East Lawrence.
It’s game over for RPG. The game-themed restaurant on Massachusetts Street is closing June 30 after four years of offering food, drinks, social events and providing a space for people to gather and play games.