Dining area – Dining In New England http://dininginnewengland.com/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://dininginnewengland.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-4-120x120.png Dining area – Dining In New England http://dininginnewengland.com/ 32 32 How the menu and the triangle of sadness turn the dining room into a battlefield https://dininginnewengland.com/how-the-menu-and-the-triangle-of-sadness-turn-the-dining-room-into-a-battlefield/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/how-the-menu-and-the-triangle-of-sadness-turn-the-dining-room-into-a-battlefield/ In “The Menu,” only those who can afford a $1,200 dinner are allowed to feast at Hawthorne. As Clef Slowik (Ralph Fiennes) unveils the dishes, diners begin to get worked up when the meals are aimed directly at them. The film is set in a room full of people, where the sins that lead them […]]]>

In “The Menu,” only those who can afford a $1,200 dinner are allowed to feast at Hawthorne. As Clef Slowik (Ralph Fiennes) unveils the dishes, diners begin to get worked up when the meals are aimed directly at them. The film is set in a room full of people, where the sins that lead them to the mercy of Slowik’s chefs manifest themselves in the artistry of the dishes themselves. A table of selfish tech bros are served tortillas with evidence of massive bank fraud printed on them, for example. At the last supper for Hawthorne, Slowik torments his guests, as it was their toxicity that turned him into the soulless chef he has become, and the food reflects this.

Although “Triangle of Sadness” takes place aboard every room of the luxury yacht and beyond, the centerpiece of the film is that of the dining room sequence. Earlier in the film, we are privy to the conversations in this room, where gunmakers, billionaires, and vapid influencers hold all the power. But once it’s dinner time, their food becomes the ultimate poison. They are at the mercy of spoiled dishes that match their rotten souls. It’s quite beautiful in its own way.

The dining hall, a community gathering space, is transformed into an erupting battleground for their lives. A high-end establishment lights up the pests that occupy the space with what they like best. These diners are spineless fools who can hardly perform simple tasks on their own without threatening or relying on workers’ support, which makes it all the funnier because we get access to their hilarious and messy downfall. .

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This multifunctional entryway serves as a dining room, living room and porch all in one https://dininginnewengland.com/this-multifunctional-entryway-serves-as-a-dining-room-living-room-and-porch-all-in-one/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 19:30:00 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/this-multifunctional-entryway-serves-as-a-dining-room-living-room-and-porch-all-in-one/ The entrance to Jonathan Savage’s entire house ROBERT PETERSON “Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commissions or revenue on certain articles via the links below.” Quite simply, “our goal was to create a space where you would want to spend time,” says designer Jonathan Savage of his space in the Whole Home 2022, which was […]]]>

The entrance to Jonathan Savage’s entire house ROBERT PETERSON

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Quite simply, “our goal was to create a space where you would want to spend time,” says designer Jonathan Savage of his space in the Whole Home 2022, which was once a study. Saturating the walls and ceiling in a rich gray-blue, he divided the 230-square-foot space into a cozy den at one end and an area for hosting dinner parties or game nights at the other. A tone-on-tone wallcovering a set of crown molding sections and a woolen herringbone rug give it sparkle and texture, while the off-center fireplace, still but updated with a Francois & Co. mantel, draws guests in. “It’s an informal entertaining space that keeps everyone in front of the house,” says Savage.

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HOME SECURITY

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Even in a large neighborhood, safety matters. The Encode More The Schlage Wi-Fi deadbolt allows homeowners to easily manage codes and allow access from anywhere, and lock the door remotely.

ENTRANCE HALL

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Savage immersed the foyer in Farrow & Ball’s Preference Red, creating a dramatic entrance. The hallway connects the open dining room and powder room to the rest of the house.Robert Peterson

Savage immersed the foyer in Farrow & Ball’s Preference Red, creating a dramatic entrance. The hallway connects the open dining room and powder room to the rest of the house.

DINETTE AND STORAGE CORNER

A new wind boxOuch de Pella frames the perfect setup for candlelit dinners: a cannelé pedestal table by Grothouse is paired with skirted chairs on wheels from Lee Industries. In front of the tablea personalized Grothouse buffet contains everything from dishes to board games.

BATHROOM

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This interior lever door handle by Schlage complements the transitional style of the home.

A custom vanity in Coastal Gray from Caesarstone goes perfectly with a vinyl wallcovering of Art and a mosaic floor by Ann Sacks in Calacatta Zebrino. The space is intelligently divided with a custom screen by Architectural Grille.

LANDING

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Savage set up a chic resting space on the landing with a sculptural chair and masterpieces by Minted.

Under the spiral staircase, a table with stools by Serena & Lily creates additional resting space.

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Savage’s “warm and cozy space” is all about texture. The designer created depth with his palette, as well as textiles, accessories, window treatments and furniture. Here is what he picked.

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Pamplin Media Group – How to furnish your dining room https://dininginnewengland.com/pamplin-media-group-how-to-furnish-your-dining-room/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 21:42:22 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/pamplin-media-group-how-to-furnish-your-dining-room/ Use these tips as a springboard to selecting the right pieces for your home’s interior Modern homes are a little different from those of past generations. Rather than several small rooms separated by walls, modern homes offer open concept floor plans. This means that the boundaries between spaces are not as defined, allowing rooms and […]]]>

Use these tips as a springboard to selecting the right pieces for your home’s interior

Modern homes are a little different from those of past generations. Rather than several small rooms separated by walls, modern homes offer open concept floor plans. This means that the boundaries between spaces are not as defined, allowing rooms and activities to blend into each other. Formal dining areas may or may not be part of the current home layout when it comes to new construction. Many homeowners are now turning to kitchens with adjoining breakfast nooks that use large islands with stools open to family rooms. These layouts can make it harder for homeowners to figure out how to furnish their dining rooms, no matter how casual or formal. Individuals can use these tips as a springboard to choosing the right rooms in their home, no matter where they eat.

CONSIDER THE SCOPE OF THE ROOM

Is it a dining room or a dining room? This will help determine the decor and formality of furniture needed to outfit the room. If the room is a multipurpose space, consider

furniture that can serve different purposes, such as a table with folding parts to change size depending on how many people are dining at a given time. You may want to include a cabinet to store linens and store pens and notepads for making shopping lists.

DINNER TABLE

The dining table is the basis of the dining room. After all, people need a place to sit and eat. Remember to carefully measure the dimensions of the room, as furniture can look much smaller in warehouse stores or furniture showrooms than in a home. Consider a round or square dining table, which tends to blend into rooms more effectively than rectangular tables. In addition, these shapes are more conducive to conversation. Rectangular tables often leave people at the ends of the chat.

SEATS

Seats can affect the ability to move around the room. If space is limited, some narrow profile chairs are a better option than tall padded wing backs. Homeowners can consider a wooden or padded bench to one side of the dining table to maximize seating at family events.

LIGHTING

Pottery Barn suggests using a mix of light sources to create the appropriate lighting needs in the space. Floor lamps, a hanging chandelier, wall fixtures and natural light should mix and be adjusted as needed. Also choose a hanging chandelier that complements the shape of the dining table. For example, a round light will look best above a round table.

COVER

An area rug can help define the dining space and set it apart from other spaces in an open concept home. A rug adds warmth and color when a wooden table meets a wooden floor; otherwise, it may seem too harsh.

Homeowners need to consider a variety of factors when decorating a dining room. Size, purpose and style are just some of the things that deserve careful consideration before furnishing a dining space.

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Community kitchen reopens inside dining hall to feed the hungry https://dininginnewengland.com/community-kitchen-reopens-inside-dining-hall-to-feed-the-hungry/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 13:13:00 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/community-kitchen-reopens-inside-dining-hall-to-feed-the-hungry/ By ERIN CLEAVENGER, The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — What’s behind that distinctive red door of Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Morgantown? The answer is Community Kitchen Inc., sometimes simply referred to as “The Kitchen”, which provides lunches five days a week to community members in need of a hot meal. “Even though we’ve […]]]>

By ERIN CLEAVENGER, The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — What’s behind that distinctive red door of Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Morgantown?

The answer is Community Kitchen Inc., sometimes simply referred to as “The Kitchen”, which provides lunches five days a week to community members in need of a hot meal.

“Even though we’ve been here for 38 years, not everyone in the community knows who we are or where we are,” said Board Chair and volunteer Cheryl Prichard. “A lot of people just refer to this as ‘the red door’.”

When COVID hit, The Kitchen closed its indoor dining room and limited its service to daily takeout for the past two years – serving meals from the red door on the parking lot side of the church.

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“We provided hot meals – a starter, salad, fruit and drinks and all those things,” Prichard said, “but they had to take them away and eat elsewhere.”

Starting last week, the non-denominational non-profit organization reopened the dining room for customers to come and enjoy their meals inside for the first time in years.

“A lot of people are hungry and it’s our mission to feed them and we want to feed them in a community setting as much as possible,” Prichard said. “We really tried to decide when to open and we decided to make it kind of a party and open it on Halloween.”

The Halloween meal had a fun holiday twist, with meatballs that looked like eyeballs.

Prichard said he served 96 meals in the first day to serve people inside.

She said those who came in for a hot meal loved the Halloween-inspired menu as they waited in line.

“People laughed and really thought it was kind of fun,” she said. Most people who came thought it was “nice to be able to sit down and talk with friends,” she said.

Kitchen manager Jennifer Powell said that before reopening for indoor service, they were serving about 130 takeout meals a day and expected to see about the same number of people when returning to the restaurant.

Powell also mentioned a grant-funded program that helps them provide an extra protein-rich item with every meal, like yogurt, eggs or string cheese.

“For some of these people, it’s the only meal they’ll have all day, so it’s nice to have that extra bit of protein they can take with them,” Prichard added.

Hot lunches are served Monday through Friday and weekend bags will be distributed on Friday with enough groceries for one breakfast and one lunch.

Prichard said a lot of people believe The Kitchen only feeds the homeless – and that’s just not true.

” Everyone is welcome. We have people who have jobs but don’t make enough money to last the month,” she said. “We have students, we have disabled elderly people, we have families who come in and need to bring food home for the children – no one is turned away. We don’t ask any questions related to eligibility, we don’t ask them anything at all. If you show up at the door and want to eat, we feed you.

With grocery prices rising, Prichard said a number of people who come to The Kitchen “have little or no income and not a lot of extra money – so having a meal five days a week is something that you don’t have to provide for your children.”

The Kitchen operates with just three part-time staff, including Powell, and the rest of the work is done by volunteers with funding from various grants and donations.

Powell said the type of meals served daily will depend on the donations they’ve received and what’s available in cupboards and freezers. The food comes from a variety of sources, including donations from area grocery stores, farms and restaurants.

Board secretary and volunteer Aurie Acciavatti said the soup they serve daily is actually from Olive Garden. The Kitchen works with many other restaurants and organizations in the area to receive donations and redistribute food and other items to where they are needed.

“We know some of the people who come to our door are rough sleepers, many don’t have homes – some do, some don’t – so we provide Mylar blankets, socks and gloves in the winter” , said Prichard.

In the future, the organization wants to limit the number of take-out meals and serve all meals at home.

Prichard said that doesn’t mean they won’t send meals to someone with a disability or an elderly person who can’t make it to their home.

“We’d like to do as little takeout as possible, but the mission is to feed people, so we’re doing what we have to do to feed them,” Powell said. “We don’t want to see anyone go hungry.”

The three women said they would try to meet people where they are and do what they can to meet their needs – even something like a loaf of bread and peanut butter when they get together. debate at the end of the month.

“We do what we can,” Powell said, “but unfortunately we’re not set up to be like a pantry.”

“It is our belief and our guiding principle to treat people with dignity and respect,” Prichard said. “They come here for lunch and we treat them the same way we would treat the governor if he showed up.”

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New Inn in East Bierley wants to create an outdoor dining area https://dininginnewengland.com/new-inn-in-east-bierley-wants-to-create-an-outdoor-dining-area/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/new-inn-in-east-bierley-wants-to-create-an-outdoor-dining-area/ A GAZEBO covered outdoor dining area could be the latest addition to a village pub if new plans are approved. The New Inn in East Bierley hopes to add a new freestanding timber frame gazebo with a shingle roof to its beer garden at the back of the pub. This would create an all-weather seating […]]]>

A GAZEBO covered outdoor dining area could be the latest addition to a village pub if new plans are approved.

The New Inn in East Bierley hopes to add a new freestanding timber frame gazebo with a shingle roof to its beer garden at the back of the pub.

This would create an all-weather seating area for alfresco dining and drinking.

Plans show tables and seating for 18 people under the proposed gazebo with tables for six more diners on a new paved area adjacent to the wooden structure.

In a design and access statement accompanying the plans which have been submitted to Kirklees Council, it is stated that the New Inn is ‘an integral part of the community’.

“The New Inn is a medium sized property currently serving the local community.”

“Our client aims to attract more customers to the pub by providing an attractive establishment and facilities for all. The aim is to improve the catering facilities by adding the new gazebo to the rear of the premises, thus creating more covers.

“The aim is to create a friendly environment for the local community and guests, whilst remaining sympathetic to the conservation area in which the pub is located.”

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He adds that Star Pubs and Bars wants to ‘provide improved facilities throughout and ensure the pub is more suitable for safe socializing and dining for all’.

“The app’s proposals have been designed to provide an altogether safer and more enjoyable experience for everyone visiting the pub, especially locals who will have a better facility to enjoy from a short distance.”

No changes are planned for the existing car park, which has 28 spaces.

A Star Pubs & Bars spokesperson said: “The New Inn, East Bierley is set in a beautiful village setting with enviable views of the local golf course. We believe it has real potential to become a fantastic community pub serving home-cooked food alongside an excellent offer of real ales, as well as an ideal venue for private functions such as birthdays, wakes and christenings .

“Subject to recruiting a new operator, we want to invest in it and completely redevelop it, create a new covered area at the back of the pub and build a brand new kitchen so that the New Inn can serve quality cuisine.

“Anyone interested can find more information at https://www.starpubs.co.uk/pubs/new-inn-east-bierley or call our recruitment team on 08085 949596.”

The New Inn is not listed but is within the East Bierley Conservation Area.

A decision is expected on the final plans in December.

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Tokyo Steak House Unveils New Dining Room in Dowlen https://dininginnewengland.com/tokyo-steak-house-unveils-new-dining-room-in-dowlen/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 18:47:18 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/tokyo-steak-house-unveils-new-dining-room-in-dowlen/ Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar has unveiled a newly renovated dining room at one of its Beaumont locations. The restaurant announced on its Facebook page on Monday that it had added two new party rooms to the Dowlen Road location. The additional seats are designed to accommodate up to 30 people, according to the […]]]>

Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar has unveiled a newly renovated dining room at one of its Beaumont locations.

The restaurant announced on its Facebook page on Monday that it had added two new party rooms to the Dowlen Road location. The additional seats are designed to accommodate up to 30 people, according to the Facebook page.

The restaurant said the new dining room at the Dowlen Road site should create shorter waiting times and faster service at the other two sites “with less grilling, more chefs and more open tables available” .

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The restaurant also said it aims to improve the overall service experience in the wake of COVID-19 by changing the restaurant landscape, which has led to equipment and staffing shortages. The hibachi grill will now only be featured at the Interstate 10 location and the Port Arthur location.

While some people commenting on the Facebook post appreciated the renovations to the Dowlen Road location, others were unhappy with the status of the grill.

Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar’s Beaumont locations are at 4438 Dowlen Rd. and 1970 Interstate 10 South, and its Port Arthur location is at 3300 Central Mall Dr.

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Manhattan, NY – Two injured after vehicle crash at outdoor dining area at W 81st St & Amsterdam Ave https://dininginnewengland.com/manhattan-ny-two-injured-after-vehicle-crash-at-outdoor-dining-area-at-w-81st-st-amsterdam-ave/ Sun, 16 Oct 2022 13:19:06 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/manhattan-ny-two-injured-after-vehicle-crash-at-outdoor-dining-area-at-w-81st-st-amsterdam-ave/ Manhattan, NY (October 16, 2022) – A traffic accident occurred on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and left two people injured. A little before 9 p.m. on October 14, the gendarmerie and firefighters were called to the scene of a crash on West 81st Street. According to reports, a car was driving in the […]]]>

Manhattan, NY (October 16, 2022) – A traffic accident occurred on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and left two people injured. A little before 9 p.m. on October 14, the gendarmerie and firefighters were called to the scene of a crash on West 81st Street.

According to reports, a car was driving in the West 81 areast Rue d’Amsterdam Avenue during evening hours. For unknown reasons, the vehicle backed into an outside dining area.

Two people were injured as a result of the accident. The victims were transported to area hospitals for further treatment.

The accident is currently under investigation.

Our hearts go out to all those affected by this accident.

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RiNo’s car-free outdoor dining area on the 2700 block of Larimer Street has reopened to traffic https://dininginnewengland.com/rinos-car-free-outdoor-dining-area-on-the-2700-block-of-larimer-street-has-reopened-to-traffic/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 13:52:45 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/rinos-car-free-outdoor-dining-area-on-the-2700-block-of-larimer-street-has-reopened-to-traffic/ If you liked it, don’t blame the city! Kyle Harris/Denverite Earlier in the pandemic, sections of Larimer Street were closed to traffic to create space for eating, drinking, listening to music and more. Gwen Campbell, co-owner of Larimer Lounge, said the outdoor space in the 2700 block of Larimer, between 27th and 28th streets, was […]]]>

If you liked it, don’t blame the city!

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Earlier in the pandemic, sections of Larimer Street were closed to traffic to create space for eating, drinking, listening to music and more.

Gwen Campbell, co-owner of Larimer Lounge, said the outdoor space in the 2700 block of Larimer, between 27th and 28th streets, was one of the reasons her club remained open through the city and town shutdowns. the COVID-19 state that banned people from going indoors to concerts and bars.

“The patios were a lifeline for us to survive the pandemic,” she said.

But now the outdoor dining area has been dismantled and the road has been returned to drivers.

This surprised some Denver residents who had enjoyed drinking in the middle of the road or riding bikes, scooters and walks through Larimer without dodging vehicles.

Denverite Alex Nelson contacted the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure to ask “Why did this go?” »

Turns out, reopening Larimer Street to cars wasn’t a city decision.

“RINO’s complete closure of this stretch of Larimer is still permitted as part of the temporary outdoor dining program put in place during the pandemic,” DOTI spokeswoman Nancy Kuhn said.

This means that if the River North Business Improvement District wants to renew its temporary permit to take over the street, which expires on October 31, it can.

Why temporary?

Denver is currently developing an Outdoor Places program that would allow outdoor dining spaces to be permanent.

The neighborhood food and beverage companies were the ones that wanted the cars back on Larimer Street.

“We felt it was time to reopen the street,” Campbell said. “There are a few new businesses on the block that didn’t have patios, and a few businesses needed better access for their customers, like Redeemer Pizza and Rocketspace.”

In recent weeks Campbell has been busy selling some of the Larimer Lounge picnic tables as they are no longer needed at the club.

For Denverians looking for a place to hang out in the middle of the street in the neighborhood, they’ll need to head to the 29th block of Larimer, where the road is still closed.

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From the gazebo with chandelier to the private gym and outdoor dining area, take a tour of Salman Khan’s lavish Bigg Boss 16 home https://dininginnewengland.com/from-the-gazebo-with-chandelier-to-the-private-gym-and-outdoor-dining-area-take-a-tour-of-salman-khans-lavish-bigg-boss-16-home/ Fri, 07 Oct 2022 06:53:41 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/from-the-gazebo-with-chandelier-to-the-private-gym-and-outdoor-dining-area-take-a-tour-of-salman-khans-lavish-bigg-boss-16-home/ It’s only been a week since Big Boss 16 premiered on national television and is already catching the attention of its audience. The show raised many eyebrows when the makers signed up filmmaker Sajid Khan as a contestant. Fans were even mesmerized by the circus-themed house and photos of it have been making the rounds […]]]>

It’s only been a week since Big Boss 16 premiered on national television and is already catching the attention of its audience. The show raised many eyebrows when the makers signed up filmmaker Sajid Khan as a contestant. Fans were even mesmerized by the circus-themed house and photos of it have been making the rounds on social media.

Now a new video of host Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 16 house has been posted on social media and it’s a gorgeous and lavish abode. The actor stays at a mansion while filming for some weekly episodes of the series.
Salman Khan’s stylist and designer, Ashley Rebello, took to Instagram to show fans around the actor’s house where he is staying while filming the reality show.

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The video begins with a beautiful view of a garden, then the camera pans to the outdoor dining area, a fountain and a gazebo with a chandelier with sofas placed inside. She also previewed Salman’s private gym, spacious living room and bedroom with a clothes rack, which features the actor’s outfits for the show. The bedroom also featured massive photos of Salman on the walls.

Sharing the video, Ashley wrote, “As promised every year, I’m taking you on a trip to Salman Khan’s cabin at the Big Boss house, the gym, the house, the clothes rack. Enjoy the view.”

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After the video was posted on Instagram, fans went gaga over Salman’s gorgeous accommodation. One user wrote: “Thank you big boss for hosting superrbb… For our lovely handsome worker Megastar sk sir ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤😊😊🙏🙏🎇🎊🎉🎊🎇 n Thanks Ashley sir for sharing you can do this😊❤🙏🙏.”

Another commented, “Thank you so much Ash, this is so appreciated by all the fans ❤.”

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Truck crashes into Over-the-Rhine outdoor dining area, raising safety concerns https://dininginnewengland.com/truck-crashes-into-over-the-rhine-outdoor-dining-area-raising-safety-concerns/ Thu, 06 Oct 2022 22:58:00 +0000 https://dininginnewengland.com/truck-crashes-into-over-the-rhine-outdoor-dining-area-raising-safety-concerns/ A truck slammed into an outdoor dining area in Over-the-Rhin on Wednesday evening, demolishing the structure and raising safety concerns. The space is known as the streeatery. The truck slammed into the one outside Sundry and Vice at 13thStreet and Republic Street. No one was on the street when he was hit. No one was […]]]>

A truck slammed into an outdoor dining area in Over-the-Rhin on Wednesday evening, demolishing the structure and raising safety concerns. The space is known as the streeatery. The truck slammed into the one outside Sundry and Vice at 13thStreet and Republic Street. No one was on the street when he was hit. No one was hurt. The driver left on foot, but left the truck behind. “They’re just a nice place to hang out and honestly, a little extra space is never the worst thing in the world,” Ted Meyers said. Steateries often occupy part of the roadway and are located in former car parks. People have had few problems with them, and the latest accident doesn’t change their minds much. However, many would like to see the area made safer for pedestrians and those on the streets. “You could get hit while walking down the street. You know, things happen all the time. People run into Kroger buildings. People come across, you know, stuff that’s been lying around for 200 years,” Dave Osterday said. “Maybe there are things to do to get more attention and more awareness, to make them a little bit safer, to slow down traffic, to get people’s attention.”

A truck slammed into an outdoor dining area in Over-the-Rhin on Wednesday evening, demolishing the structure and raising safety concerns.

The space is known as the treatery. The truck crashed into the one outside Divers and Vice at 13eRue and Rue de la République.

No one was on the street when he was hit. No one was hurt.

The driver left on foot, but left the truck behind.

Steateries started popping up during COVID-19, but have remained a way for restaurants and bars to expand space.

“They’re just a nice place to hang out and honestly, a little extra space is never the worst thing in the world,” Ted Meyers said.

Steateries often occupy part of the roadway and are located in former car parks. People have had few problems with them, and the latest crash doesn’t change their minds much.

However, many would like to see the area made safer for pedestrians and those on the streets.

“You could get hit while walking down the street. You know, things happen all the time. People run into Kroger buildings. People come across, you know, stuff that’s been lying around for 200 years,” Dave Osterday said. “Maybe there are things to do to get more attention and more awareness, to make them a little bit safer, to slow down traffic, to get people’s attention.”

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