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MillerCoors' newest above-premium beverage will be available in three flavors when it launches April 1.

Chicago-based MillerCoors announced in August that it would launch Cape Line, a new brand of sparkling cocktails, in spring 2019. Cape Line will feature three flavors when it launches: blackberry mojito, margarita and hard strawberry lemonade.

Cape Line is MillerCoors' latest attempt to grow in the above-premium beverage category, and represents a hybrid of successful flavored alcohol brands…

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As the community of brewers prepares for Saturday's Denver Beer Festivus, changes are aplenty in regard to business models.

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A new Milwaukee breakfast tavern opens to the public Monday.

Milwaukeean Wolfgang Schaefer created the new eatery called Uncle Wolfie's Breakfast Tavern at 234 E. Vine St. The menu is based around the idea of breakfast with beer. Schaefer has two decades of experience in hospitality and previously served as director of education at Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co.

“My favorite liquid to drink is beer and my favorite things to eat is food with eggs on it,” Schaefer previously told the Milwaukee…

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Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts, which was purchased earlier this year by Houston-based Sambrooks Management Co., will now take the name of its new owner.

The fast-food restaurant changed its name to Sam’s Fried Chicken & Donuts on Dec. 14. The name change also comes with a new menu, according to a press release.

Click through the slideshow to see some of the menu items.

The menu changes include brand-new chicken and doughnut dough recipes, new combo meals, Chicken Feasts to-go, and a new Deep…

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A family business is adding a new bar concept to downtown’s bustling First Avenue North.

Co-owners Joel Cheatwood, Jason Koenig and his family are opening Paper Doll at the former Tavern on 1st location at 2320 First Ave. N. in the Raymond Rose building. Go behind the scenes with a first look at the new bar in the gallery above.

Walking into the bar off the street, patrons enter a small vestibule leading to a posh living room that features a mix of soft organic flourishing juxtaposed with the…

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Moviehouse & Eatery — one of three dine-in movie chains proliferating from Austin — has signed on to anchor a new retail development in The Woodlands’ Village of Creekside Park, The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) announced.

It will be the first Houston-area location for the theater chain, which some may compare to the Alamo Drafthouse or Flix Brewhouse — all of which blend dining, drinks and movies.

Construction on the 42,370-square-foot location is expected to begin this month and be…

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Instacart and Whole Foods are making their breakup official. And they're already moving on to other relationships and dividing their assets.

Starting Dec. 14, the San Francisco delivery service will begin to dissolve one of the oldest relationships in the six-year-old company's history. Soon Instacart customers will no longer be able place app or online orders with Whole Foods. More than 1,400 part-time workers Instacart has placed in 76 Whole Foods locations across the country will either get…

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For this special year-end edition of The Wrap, we are counting down the top 10 business stories of the year, and revealing them one day at a time.

In today's installment, Editor Doug Buchanan and I get the ball rolling with No. 10 – scooters, which invaded Columbus this past summer in droves.

Did you ride a Lime or Bird scooter this summer or fall? We did a couple of times and found it pretty thrilling, if not disconcerting. So did the city, which passed rules to make sure riders stay safe…

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The Pompano Beach Architecture Appearance Committee will review plans for an Outback Steakhouse at 3571 N. Federal Highway on Dec. 17.

If ultimately approved, the eatery would occupy 6,697 square feet in a new building. The property owner, Whitney LLC., is seeking approval to build the restaurant on an existing parcel on the Shopper's Haven Shopping Center site, according to the agenda. There was formerly a building on the parcel, which was demolished last year. The property is now vacant.


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