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June 23, 2022

fresh and green added acai bowls to his line. Customers can assemble their own or choose from six options: Acai Ya Later, which is infused with fruit; Protein Power Play with protein cakes and cashew butter; Imagine dragon fruit with dragon fruit sorbet; It’s Crunch Time with granola, roasted coconut and hemp heart; Gimme S’More with cocoa beans and vegan marshmallows; and Two to Mango with mango and acai sorbet.

This is the last season for Front Porch Concessions owners Steve and Marilyn Konda. They started a mobile food stand 19 years ago and upgraded it to a new trailer last year, but decided to retire. The sale of the business is expected to close next week with new owners taking over on August 1, Marilyn Konda said. According to her, they will work together with the new owners until the end of the season. Front Porch’s signature item is Taco in the Tub, which the couple trademarked. This is a 32 oz deli container filled with taco toppings.

Cheezy Noodlez Gourmet Mac & Cheese started operations. The food truck, owned by Jessica Ek and her husband Johnny Tan, made its debut on June 15 at 605 Antiques and has since been busy serving meals in parking lots across the city. Buyers can find the trailer from Friday 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at 605 Antiques. The couple posts their schedule at the start of the week on Cheezy Noodlez Facebook page.

New gourmet macaroni and cheese food truck

Carpenter Bar adds a shrimp cocktail to its regular lineup of fresh oysters for the last Friday of the month’s summer event.

Ready for summer sips? Persecutors on the 12th, and Ellis has a new drink menu featuring spiked lemonades, apple mule, gin cooler, and cherry-flavored mojitos.

Gourmet on Sana’a 8th Street serves a Saturday dinner fundraiser for Feeding South Dakota. Owner Sana Aburezk offers food in memory of her mother, who died of COVID a couple of months ago in Syria. “According to our tradition, after 40 days, the family celebrates the celebration of life, and they invite everyone to dinner – friends, strangers, anyone can come,” she wrote in a social media post. Aburezk will donate all proceeds from the canteen to the organization. Service from 11:00 to 14:00. A minimum donation of $15 per person is required.

CNC food factory, which is located in the Avera Fitness Center, now delivers its baked donuts, muffins and desserts to the main cafeteria and Caribou coffee kiosk at the Avera McKennan Hospital and University Center.

Samurai flavors on Sertom near 41st offers a 15 percent discount on snacks and lunch meals until July.

Changes in hours, service

Dinner time is back The Godfather’s Pizza. The restaurant on West 41st Street opens daily at 11:00 am. It closes at 20:00 from Sunday to Thursday and at 22:00 on Friday and Saturday.

Secret Craft Ales and Cellars changed opening hours on Sundays from 14:00 to 20:00 and will start showing films every week at 18:00.

We missed last week Aunt Jay’s American Soul Food final update of his change in hours. The Lennox Restaurant has moved from dinner to breakfast and lunch hours. It is open from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm Tuesday to Friday and offers a soulful brunch. Stop by for brunch on the second Sunday of the month from 11:00 am to 2:00 am. Owner Joni Williamson hosts events and caters with his BBQ and soul food menu.

Bowling Dell Rapids Pinz and his cafes are closed for the summer. Sunday is the last day. It will open on September 6th.

Ashley’s cheeky cakes who sold pastries at Stacy’s Vintage-Art-Boutique next to the tea outlet is taking a summer vacation but plans to return in the fall. Starting today, everything has been reduced to $2 until it’s gone.

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