Friday, October 20, 2017

Ed Eats: Towne Crier

I had once heard the saying, “What once was old is new again” and for some reason it stuck with me. However, I was...

Towne Crier Steakhouse is Getting a Grand Opening August 18-20

The Towne Crier Steakhouse, originally founded in 1966, has reopened with new management. To celebrate turning a new leaf, Kyle Moore, who is an Abilene...

From Cuba, to Abilene, With Love

90 miles south of Key West Florida lies the largest island in the Caribbean. The island of Cuba. Cuba is home to more than...

Ed Eats: Mian Bistro

It has been some time since we have had a noodle house in Abilene. But now, after a long wait, a newcomer has entered the Key...

Ed Eats: The Declining Food Diversity in Abilene

Not too long ago you were able to head out for lunch and have the luxury of deciding between curry goat or lamb kofta....

Ed Eats: Romina’s Smoked Burritos

Picture this, and I know a lot of you will agree with me on this! It's time to go grab a bite to eat;...

Ed Eats: Taste of Abilene

With so many local restaurants here in Abilene, how do you choose? Well, the Rotary Club of Abilene makes it easy this year, just...

Ed Eats: 1881

The number 1881 has significance here in Abilene. It is the year our little city was established. 1881 is also the name of one...

Ed Eats: Opa!!

Growing up in New York there are some foods that are quintessential to the city. Greek food is one of those foods. Whether it...

Ed Eats: Pizza Your Way

Imagine that it's a typical school night and you've been running the kids, not to mention yourself, all around town for hours on end....