Here’s a bright idea: Among the numerous celebrations of Negroni Week around the valley through Sunday — with restaurants and bars making charitable donations for every Negroni sold — Oak & Ivy and Velveteen Rabbit are serving the Red Light Negroni in a light bulb-shaped vessel. It contains Bols Genever and is named for the red light district of Amsterdam, where Lucas Bols was founded in 1575. It’s $12 at Velveteen Rabbit, 1218 S. Main St., with $1 from the purchase of every drink going to Planned Parenthood, and at Oak & Ivy at the Downtown Container Park, with $1 from each drink going to PAWS, Pet Awareness & Welfare Services.
Reynolds Wrap already has a CEO — Lance Mitchell. But now the company is looking for a Chief Grilling Officer.
Risotto, arancini and paella are among some local chefs’ specialties.
An investment firm has purchased a majority stake in Whataburger as the Texas-based fast-food company seeks to expand in an increasingly competitive market.
Le Pho, the Vietnamese restaurant in the Juhl apartment building, has shut down, at least temporarily.
“Jenny From the Block” hits T-Mobile Arena on Saturday with “World of Dance” guest stars The Lab, Swing Latino and Briar Nolet.
Jaleo’s Alcino cocktail combines the froth with a green cocktail made with gin, basil and celery bitters. Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like chickpeas.
Capriotti’s is celebrating its 43rd birthday by offering users of its CAPAddicts Rewards app $4 Bobbie sandwiches.