••• The Lark is open for takeout Thursday through Sunday, 4-8 p.m. The menu is along the lines of how it used to be, but shorter and with a burger. Here’s hoping they throw in some popcorn with every order.
••• In addition to its nightly meal delivery, Satellite now has walk-up service weekdays from noon to 5 p.m. That’s the menu pictured at right.
••• Huge congrats to Daisy Ryan of Bell’s in Los Alamos for making Food & Wine‘s prestigious Best New Chefs list.
••• From Onus Donuts: “We are very grateful and excited to announce our reopening for take out and delivery beginning this Friday, May 15. Drop in, call ahead for curbside pickup, or order via GrubHub from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for donuts, coffee, and now, espresso drinks! Mention this post Friday for a free donut with the purchase of any coffee/espresso!”
••• A restaurateur recently told me of finishing a long day’s/night’s work, only to receive an email from a patron complaining that a dish wasn’t quite as good as it always is. I’m sure the patron was trying to be helpful, but let’s all bear in mind that restaurateurs are trying to survive while doing business in an entirely new way, after having laid off a lot of staff, and when something isn’t as we’d hope, let’s not feel the need to share it when them.
••• Edhat profiles Wingman Rodeo, a “new concept built out of The Shop’s cloud kitchen at 730 N. Milpas Street. […] Co-owners Colton Krueger, Dudley Michael (also the owner of The Shop Kitchen) and Ryan Patronyk (also the owner of Caje and Lab Social) set out to create the ‘best damn wings ever’ and surely they did.” The seven flavors of wings include Strawberry Arbol Fire and Sichuan Tingly Rub, which “will have you question if your tastebuds decided to throw a dance party.”
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