Boca Raton Episode 93 – Nick Kenner – Founder & CEO of Just Salad

Boca Raton Episode 93 – Nick Kenner – Founder & CEO of Just Salad

Boca Raton Episode 93 – Nick Kenner – Founder & CEO of Just Salad
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Nick Kenner / Just Salad

Nick Kenner is the Founder & CEO of Just Salad, a fast casual concept that launched in 2006 with a mission to cultivate healthier lifestyles by serving real food at an affordable price. Just Salad now employs over 1,000 teammates across nearly 50 locations in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Dubai. (more…)

Arkansas Episode 85 – Gina Johnson – President of Little Rock Tours

Arkansas Episode 85 – Gina Johnson – President of Little Rock Tours

Arkansas Episode 85 – Gina Johnson – President of Little Rock Tours
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Gina Johnson / Little Rock Tours

Gina Johnson is the president of Little Rock Tours. She’s a native of Columbus, Ohio, and is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Gina’s background is in television news and has worked in newsrooms across Ohio and in Little Rock. She co-founded Little Rock Tours in 2003, which has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Southern Living Magazine, and various other national publications. (more…)

Horseradish Grill closing, to be replaced by new fine-dining restaurant

Horseradish Grill, a longtime staple of the Atlanta dining scene, will make way for a new restaurant in Buckhead.

Horseradish Grill is set to close at 4320 Powers Ferry Rd. NW on Feb. 15. The Chastain, helmed by chef-owner Christopher Grossman, will open in its place this summer, after renovations are made to the building.

Grossman previously led the kitchen at Atlas, which opened in 2015 inside Buckhead’s St. Regis Hotel. Critics lauded his cuisine, earning three-star “excellent” ratings from…


Atlanta Business Journal
Horseradish Grill closing, to be replaced by new fine-dining restaurant

Willie Degel opening new 'Uncle Jack's' concept in metro Atlanta

The Food Network personality who brought “Uncle Jack” to Georgia is planning a new concept in metro Atlanta.

Willie Degel, former host of “Restaurant Steakout,” will open Uncle Jack’s Tavern in Lawrenceville later this year. The restaurant is tentatively scheduled for a September debut at 30 South Clayton St.

Uncle Jack’s Tavern is described as “a farm-to-table neighborhood grill and pub, with a scratch-made, chef-driven kitchen.” The restaurant will span a variety of cuisines from Italy, Asia,…


Atlanta Business Journal
Willie Degel opening new 'Uncle Jack's' concept in metro Atlanta