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  • News Eater SF

Though it won’t open its doors until 2019, the Warriors new arena is promising to be worth the wait for fans of both food and basketball. Soul food, Filipino fare, and dumplings will all appear when it opens.

  • News San Francisco Chronicle

STEM Kitchen & Garden’s heated terrance, bocce ball courts, culinary garden, and fantastic bay view are a great place to enjoy an al fresco meal, while Arguello takes full advantage of the lovely Presidio Officers’ Club space, but the main draw is a margarita on the heated patio.

  • News Fort Worth Weekly

Cafe Modern’s Executive Chef Denise Shavandy, Critics Choice Best Chef 2018, explores flavors and techniques from around the world, presenting her dishes simply and artfully. If the mark of a great chef is his or her contribution to a food scene, Denise Shavandy’s collaborations and individual offerings set her squarely among Fort Worth’s giants.

  • News The Beacon

In response to student feedback, the University of Portland’s food-service provider Bon Appétit Management Company has made big changes. These include a revamped Pilot House menu, new stations at The Commons, and events where students can voice their opinions about the food.

  • News The Collegian

Seattle banned plastic straws, restaurants across the nation followed suit, and now the strawless movement has come to Hillsdale College. Bon Appétit Management Company will stop offering plastic straws by September 2019.

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Through a partnership between Student Development and Denison’s dining provider, Bon Appétit Management Company, students were invited to participate in cooking lessons that taught basic techniques for preparing healthful and delicious meals.

  • News Eat Sip Trip

In partnership with Bon Appétit Management Company, award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins and her in-stadium Public House offer AT&T Park guests a menu of 75 craft and imported beers, many of which are from California.

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Michelson and Morley operates under Bon Appétit Management Company, a national food service company with strong ties to localized sources of meats and produce. Appreciation is noted on the menu to some of the stalwart farms of the region.