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LatesT from the LFK food scene
As long-lasting construction work on East 23rd Street nears its end, Lawrence community members are invited to a gathering to celebrate.
The Haskell Indian Art Market this weekend will return for the first time since 2019 with handmade pieces by Native American creators and food — including Indian tacos — for sale.
Lawrence Beer Company has planned an all-ages street party to celebrate its fifth anniversary in East Lawrence.
With rumors of its arrival beginning to spread more than a year ago, Jersey Mike’s is scheduled to open in west Lawrence on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
By October, the aroma of fresh baked bread will waft through the doors of 525 Wakarusa Drive, Suite B. Tous Les Jours, a French-inspired Korean bakery, will soon open there — and shortly thereafter, it’ll be joined by a Korean fried chicken restaurant a couple doors down.
Flights, family fun, and a feast from familiar favorites are on tap this weekend as part of a big fundraiser event for the United Way of Douglas County.
Pizza Tascio, coming soon to 1004 Massachusetts St., is “actually authentic New York pizza,” according to owner Erik Borger.
Mi Ranchito, a family-owned Mexican restaurant, survived the pandemic with support from a loyal customer base. But now its owners are struggling with a new challenge: shutting down rumors that the Lawrence location is closing.
With lots of hard work and a great team surrounding them, Shantel Grace and Rozz Petrozz, the founders of Saltwell Farm Kitchen, have opened the abandoned-farmhouse-turned-restaurant to the public with one request: Come as you are.
“What happens when a new concept for serving pancakes falls as flat as … well, a pancake? That’s the problem with Lawrence’s latest breakfast place, Flip’d,” Elwood Schaad writes in this review.
Review: Gold Medal BBQ Co. brings high-quality smoked meats and Southern-influenced side dishes to downtown Lawrence. The predominant flavors lean strongly toward the sweet, even in dishes that are typically tangy.
“Featuring vegetarian curries, South Indian dishes and an expected array of South Asian cuisine, Globe aims to offer both new experiences and well-known dishes,” Elwood Schaad writes in this review of Globe Indian Food.
For all of Lawrence’s many culinary offerings, downtown somehow has lacked a good delicatessen for several years. Latchkey Deli has filled that gap.