Orange Leaf (701 N. Burkhardt Road) has opened on the East Side. The self-serve yogurt chain has 70 flavors (16 offered at a time) ranging from the standard vanilla or chocolate to fancier flavors of red velvet, snickerdoodle, or gingerbread. Entrepreneurs Allen and Brittany Wills own the yogurt shop and keep a staff of 15-20 employees. … Cleavers (5501 E. Indiana St.) has opened off the Lloyd Expressway across from Harrison High School. Co-owner and Chicago native Scott Flores opened the casual restaurant with his brother Richard and nephew Brant. The 75-seat restaurant specializes in sandwiches big on meat options such as pork chop, pork loin, pulled pork, pastrami, and steak. … Riverside Cookery (421 N.W. Riverside Drive) has opened inside Casino Aztar’s Riverfront Pavilion. The casual-meets-contemporary restaurant replaced Corky’s Ribs & BBQ and serves dishes including jambalaya, frog legs, and Florida alligator. … J. Gumbo’s (1211 N. Tutor Lane) opened on the corner of Burkhardt and Vogel roads. The gumbo, jambalaya, bumblebee stew, and other Cajun and Creole classics are available in this fast-casual Evansville location. Founder Billy Fox Jr. uses the same ingredients and spices as his grandmother did back in Grand Coteau, La. … Salad World (200 Main St.) opened its third Evansville location on the corner of Main and Second streets. With the expertise of Frank Panaressie, a culinary trained chef, owner Sherrie Hunt says Salad World stays ahead with daily specials of soups, salads, wraps, and desserts.
Los Portales Mexican Grill (3339 N. Green River Road) is the new name for Acapulco Evansville.