As the kids gear up for the first full week back at school, kick off the week with these three food stories.
Starting Monday, there’s another lunch option in Elkhart.
Crimaldi’s, 117 W. Jackson Blvd., hasn’t served lunch for about a year but will welcome the midday crowd with prime rib, burgers, pork chops and more.
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It’ll also be open again Monday nights.
See the full story from Marshall V. King, including restaurant hours, on Flavor 574.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch, especially if the coupon for it isn’t legit.
41 Degrees North in Middlebury is working to right an issue after a fake coupon was printed in inMiddlebury Magazine, which offered a free meal with the purchase of another meal, plus a free beer on the customer’s birthday.
Turns out, the magazine accidentally sent an email to a Gmail account with a similar address as the restaurant. The email’s recipient then sent information for and approved the coupon that went to press.
“As we hope you understand, this offer truly is too good to be true, as it isn’t one which we can accept without significant loss to the business,” 41 Degrees North said on Facebook.
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In response to the fake coupon, 41 Degrees North will give coupon holders a separate offer at the restaurant through the end of the month.
Reuben-flavored chips: A crime against food or a match made in snack food heaven?
We asked Flavor 574 and Elkhart Truth staff to try the final four flavors in Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” competition: New York Reuben, Greektown Gyros, West Coast Truffle Fries and Southern Biscuits and Gravy, which was submitted by a Noblesville, Ind., travel agent.
See the full story on Flavor 574 to learn how to vote for your favorite, which will be sold in the Lay’s lineup.