Mexican Restaurant Association

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Diana Kennedy - Awards
1971 – Silver Medal from the Tourism Secretariat for the promotion of Mexican culture through its foods 1980 – Amando Farga Font special award from the Mexican Food Writers Association. 2001 – A silver medal from CANIRAC –The Mexican Food and Beverage Industry 2002 – Awarded an MBE — Member of the Order of the British Empire — by British Government for furthering Cultural ...
Restaurant - Economics - Canada
... By segment, there are 38,797 full-service restaurants 34,629 limited-service restaurants 741 contract and social caterers 6,749 drinking places Fully 63% of ... Chain restaurants account for the remaining 37%, and many of these are locally owned and operated franchises ...
Rainbow Bar And Grill
... The Rainbow Bar and Grill is a bar and restaurant on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California, United States adjacent to the border of Beverly Hills, California ... The bottom level of the Rainbow is the restaurant, The Rainbow Bar and Grill ... The restaurant is next to The Roxy Theatre and The Key Club ...
Valentine (Restaurant)
... Valentine is a chain of over 100 privately owned restaurant franchises operating in the province of Quebec, Canada ... The first restaurant opened in 1979 in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec ... A few years later, its founder, Jean-Pierre Robin, opened a second restaurant in Saint-Hyacinthe in order to meet the demand for its "famous hot-dogs" ...
Matza Restaurant Suicide Bombing
... The Matza restaurant suicide bombing occurred on March 31, 2002, when a Palestinian Hamas suicide bomber detonated his bomb inside the Matza restaurant in Haifa, Israel, near the Grand Canyon ...

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