VALPARAISO | The city's downtown fine dining establishments agree the special historic district liquor licenses have helped, but how much they have contributed to their individual success is an unknown.
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Don Quijote owner and chef Carlos Rivero puts final touches on a Paella in the kitchen of his restaurant. Don Quijote Restaurant is one of the Valparaiso restaurants highlighted at the Oct. 25 event led by Porter County chambers of commerce.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Food from around Porter County will be celebrated and served up next weekend during the Taste of Porter County.
VALPARAISO | With its promise to provide "amazing food consistently," the Valley restaurant received a recommendation of approval of its liquor license request from the city's Historic District Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee on Monday.
VALPARAISO | Paparazzi restaurant received a rather tepid endorsement Friday of its request for a new full-service liquor license from the city's Downtown Alcohol Beverage License Committee.
VALPARAISO | If there was a competition for going green, Valparaiso would beat the two top sports organizations in the world.
VALPARAISO | One new restaurant and one former one will be asking the city's Downtown Beverage Licensing Committee to endorse their applications for one of the city's downtown historic district liquor licenses.
VALPARAISO | The city finally appears ready to award the sixth of its 10 downtown dining district liquor licenses.
My family had a blast this past Saturday, despite the weather, at the Taste 5 Festival in downtown Valparaiso. Bistro 157, Bon Femme Café, Don Quijote, Paparazzi, Pikk's Tavern and Valparaiso Community Festivals and Events came together for the second annual festival. It's a great opportunit…
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