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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.

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Los Portales Mexican Grill (3339 N. Green River Road) is the new name for Acapulco Evansville.

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