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Food & Dining
Challah for Hunger is a national charity organization that bakes and sells challah bread on more than 80 college campuses. The KU chapter donates to organizations such as Just Food and Campus Cupboard.
With the return of the Popeyes Sandwich being such a craze, it seems the sandwich itself is causing the local business various problems including keeping employees.
A miniature doughnut shop, Humble Donut Co., has opened inside the Orange Leaf yogurt franchise in west Lawrence. As the only location in Kansas, the shop offers a wide variety of classic and specialty doughnuts.
The KU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies partnered with Lawrence Talks! to host its third Charla de Merienda of the semester. The discussion focused on farm sustainability and food security.
Lawrence food bank Just Food recently celebrated its 10th anniversary at its third annual Harvest Feast, an event to raise money to help feed community members in need.
Ta Co. replaced RND Corner Grille at 801 Massachusetts St., celebrating its grand opening on Nov. 13. The restaurant offers a Mexican-style menu, mixing different flavors.
The University of Kansas African and African-American Studies department held its second annual food and film festival on Nov. 7. The event included a screening of the film "From a Whisper" and served East African cuisine.
The University of Kansas Food for Jayhawks committee is pushing to spread awareness and provide resources for KU students and faculty who experience food insecurity.
QuikTrip is planning to open another Lawrence location on Ninth and Iowa Streets in August or September 2020, replacing the Zarco gas station and car wash.
Makers, Bakers & Acres opened in north Lawrence on Nov. 2. The weekend market serves as a platform for local vendors to display their produce, food and handmade goods.
Tortas Jalisco, an authentic Mexican-style restaurant with history in Lawrence, reopened in the back of Empire Bar and Billiards at 925 Iowa St.
Pancho's Mexican Food, a soon-to-be 24-hour drive-thru Mexican restaurant recently opened a Lawrence location on 23rd Street. The restaurant also plans to offer customers online ordering and delivery services.
Lawrence resident Carry Strong opened Aimee's Cafe and Coffeehouse in 1999. He said the support of the Lawrence community has been integral to the business' success.