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A new French bistro landed in Westmount a few weeks ago, run by a small group of Pastel du Vieux-Montréal alumni, an establishment hailed for its creative approach to the tasting menu plus wine format. But elaborate 10-course dinners aren’t what the owners of Bistro La Franquette have in mind. “It was all really fun …

It will be a winter of discontent for Santa Fe foodies looking for fine dining. Many of the city’s upscale restaurants have closed their doors indefinitely, choosing to avoid open-air service or take-out, the only options currently allowed by state public health orders. The Compound, Geronimo, Santacafé, Coyote Cafe, Sazón, Sassella, Restaurant Martín and Market …

Most of the major transformations in the F&B industry have taken place over the past decade. Our plates got smaller, our cameras started eating before us, we started paying more attention to the origin and provenance of the food on our plates, we wanted more flavor and less pretension on our plates, technology began to …