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Willow to close for renovations

Willow in Ohio Township will be closed Sunday through the end of August for extensive renovations. The newest addition to S+P Restaurant Group will become "more casual and more social," said partner Richard Stern.

Tartine prix-fixe weekend dinner

The charming West End Village restaurant Tartine will offer a five-course prix-fixe Fridays and Saturdays, which includes soup, salad, first course, entree and dessert for $45. It's reservations only, BYOB.

Generous Pour at Capital Grille

Speaking of wine, The Capital Grille will offer The Generous Pour, which, for $25 allows diners to sample seven wines from California to the Pacific Northwest. It's available during dinner only through the end of August.

Steel City Samiches Kickstarts for truck

Shawn, Tony and Matt Lang are taking their Indiana, Pa., brick-and-mortar sandwich shop on the road. Or they're hoping to, anyway. The brothers behind Steel City Samiches have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the $50,000 project.

The crew behind the 6-year-old shop that's been selling to university kids and the community believe their fry-topped sandwiches should be more widely available. They include Keystone Klash, with Philly cheesesteak meat, cheese sauce and egg, or the Banger, with fried kielbasa, bacon, American cheese and egg.

Check out Kickstarter.com and look up "Steel City Samich Truck." There are 25 days to fund them.


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