Dine Bradenton is a new initiative of Realize Bradenton to showcase chef-based restaurants in the Bradenton area. The first video in the series, featuring chefs and bakers from Village of the Arts, was shown at last month's culinary panel hosted by the Bradenton Area Economic Development Corp.
Restaurateur Michael Dong and his family have opened a Japanese-themed restaurant in a former Chinese buffet space just off University Parkway they think will compete as one of the top sushi and Asian fusion eateries in the area.
Daiquiri Deck looked into opening another location in the former Tarpon Pointe Grille & Tiki Bar location, according to emails obtained by the Bradenton Herald, but Daiquiri Deck partner Troy Syprett said "at this point, it's a dead deal."
The owner of the Cortez Bait & Seafood is relocating his business outside of the Cortez Kitchen. He says the move will give him the opportunity to build a bigger, more accessible retail shop while making room for parking near his busy restaurants.
Charges were filed in connection with a $1 billion Medicare care fraud scheme, announced the U.S. Attorney’s Office during a press conference in Miami, Florida on July 22. Federal prosecutors said it was the biggest Medicare fraud scheme in the nation’s history, costing the U.S. government program for the elderly and disabled hundreds of millions of dollars in fraudulent payments.
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Feds break up largest Medicare scam in U.S. history
Gov. Rick Scott stops by SRQ for Zika preparedness discussion