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NEW & NOTABLE SUSHI DOJO 3105 E. SOUTHLAKE BLVD., SUITE 140 682.477.4093 | SUSHIDOJODFW.COM This fun sushi concept offers everything from signature rolls and sushi burritos to poke and rice bowls. SWADESHI SOUTHLAKE 2315 E. SOUTHLAKE BLVD., SUITE 106 817.406.9100 The ethnic grocery store is packed with North and South Indian cuisine delights. DALLAS GOLD & SILVER EXCHANGE 1106 W. NORTHWEST HWY., GRAPEVINE 817.725.8945 | GDSE.COM Pre-owned gold, silver and jewelry are available for sale and purchase at this luxury exchange shop.

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CENTRAL MARKET TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH THROUGH VIRTUAL COOKING CLASSES To celebrate Black History Month, Central Market will be offering customers the opportunity to participate in virtual cooking classes with Black chefs Marcus Samuelson, Tiffany Derry and Chris Williams. There will be three virtual classes throughout the month, each led by a different chef. The menu for each class varies depending on the class and includes things like roast chicken, lamb chops, couscous and arugula salad. When registering for a virtual class, customers will have the opportunity to add on an ingredient kit they will be able to pick up at select Central Market locations. Registration for the virtual class is $10 and registration with an ingredient kit costs $70 to $100. Customers can register online at CentralMarket.com/CookingSchool. WILLHOITE’S CELEBRATES 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS This year, Willhoite’s in Grapevine has a lot to celebrate. The buffet restaurant celebrated 40 years in business on January 17. Willhoite’s building originally opened as a dry goods store in 1914 before serving as a theater and an automotive station. The building was then purchased in 1980 and renovated into the restaurant it is today, according to a press release. Willhoite’s hosted a birthday celebration on January 13 and offered a $4 lunch buffet, according to a press release. “Willhoite’s may be turning 40, but we are proud to have stayed true to our roots — a fun, family restaurant with good food and reasonable prices. During the past 40 years, so many people have made memories here and celebrated momentous occasions, including reunions, anniversaries, weddings and in some cases, divorces,” co-owner Eric Parker says via press release. “Being an independent, familyowned restaurant during 2020 was certainly a challenge, and we are very grateful to our loyal customers who continued to support us. We are proud to be one of the oldest businesses on Main Street and offer a glimpse into Grapevine’s history.”

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