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1. Last Word: Corporate Musical Chairs, Another Dollar General and Ronnie Grisanti -

The three-way deal by which Memphis-based Fred’s was to buy hundreds of Rite-Aid stores from Walgreens just keeps getting worse for Fred’s even though the deal happened last week without Fred’s. An analyst says Fred’s got cut out because of questions about the corporation’s viability to enter into what is an ambitious change of course for the company on a large scale.

2. Midtown Retail Property Sells for $5 Million -

1625 Poplar Avenue

Memphis, TN 38104 

Sale Amount: $5 million

Sale Date: Dec. 21, 2016

3. Cordova’s Future LA Fitness Site Sells for $2.4M -

LA Fitness is one step closer to opening a Cordova location.

Insomnia Inc., the company owned by former topless-club operator Steve Cooper, sold two parcels near its former restaurant/nightclub on Fischer Steel Road to Orlando, Florida-based National Retail Properties Inc. for $2.4 million, according to a Dec. 20 warranty deed. The same day as the sale, Fitness International LLC, an affiliate of L.A. Fitness International LLC, signed a lease with National Retail Properties for the property.

4. East Memphis Lost Pizza Plans to Open March 21 -

Lost Pizza Co. is opening soon inside the former Ronnie Grisanti’s location in Chickasaw Crossing.

5. East Memphis Lost Pizza Opens March 21 -

Lost Pizza Co. is opening next week inside the former Ronnie Grisanti’s location in Chickasaw Crossing.

6. Lost Pizza to Open in East Memphis in March -

The Lost Pizza Co. is about two months away from opening the first Memphis location for its fast-casual restaurant concept.

7. Sekisui, Circa to Relocate Spaces -

Two East Memphis restaurants soon will have new addresses. 

Sekisui is moving from its original location in the Shops of Humphreys Center, 50 Humphreys Blvd., into Circa by John Bragg’s space in Regalia Shopping Center at 6150 Poplar Ave., suite 122. Circa plans to relocate west to Chickasaw Crossing, 2855 Poplar, in the space where Ronnie Grisanti’s restaurant operated for years.

8. Restaurants See Plenty of Activity in 2012 -

There were new restaurant openings, expansions and major milestones celebrated.

Alliances were formed, events were debuted and, of course, a few joints were shuttered.

In most respects, 2012 was a banner year for the Memphis food scene, and 2013 could be even more promising, said Patrick Reilly, owner of Majestic Grille and president of the Memphis Restaurant Association.

9. Grisanti Closes Poplar Locale -

Cordova’s culinary gain means a loss for the Chickasaw Gardens area after the longtime Grisanti’s restaurant location at 2855 Poplar Ave. quietly closed its doors.

10. It’s Alex Grisanti’s Turn to Be the Boss -

Ronnie Grisanti. Judd Grisanti. Alex Grisanti.

11. Oliva Looks to Make Imprint at Erling Jensen -

A quality one doesn’t find often in chefs is modesty. We’ve all dined at restaurants where the primary ingredient is the chef’s ego, served with side-dishes of arrogance and hubris.

Fortunato Oliva, on the other hand, is happy to admit the debt he owes to his family – especially his grandmother, mother and aunt – and to the mentors he worked with since he was 16 years old, that is, for half his life.

12. Chef Back at Ciao Bella as Restaurant Turns 10 -

It turns out that you can go home again; at least Jonathan Steenerson did. The original chef at Ciao Bella when that salad, pasta and pizza restaurant opened in November 2001, next to Kroger in Mendenhall Commons, Steenerson is back as executive chef of the Ciao Bella that moved a few blocks west in November 2007 to the Erin Way Shopping Center and much larger digs.

13. All-Italian Wine Lists are Rare, Even at City’s Italian Eateries -

When I was in New York last week, attending a three-day conference on Italian wine, my one major meal outside the hotel was at Morandi, an Italian restaurant at Waverly Place and Seventh Avenue in Greenwich Village. This is a sole venture into Italian food for restaurateur Keith McNally, whose French-inspired outposts, from Odeon in TriBeca to Balthazar in SoHo to Pastis in the Meatpacking District, not only defined casual Gallic dining below 14th Street but helped to establish their neighborhoods as destinations.

14. Renowned for Italian Cuisine, Grisantis Also Cook Up Conflict -

Today’s column was supposed to be an interview with Judd Grisanti and his father, Ronnie, but when I arrived at Judd Grisanti’s Trattoria for a 2:30 appointment, I was informed that he had departed. He never returned. What transpired was a frank interview with Ronnie Grisanti that sheds light on family conflicts going back two generations.

15. Italian Eatery to Take Over Dish’s Cooper-Young Site -

Italian is coming to the intersection of Cooper and Young.

Chef David Cleveland, in Memphis since 1997, and veteran front-of-the-house manager Leslie Billman will open Cortona – they hope by the beginning of 2011 – in the space where Dish closed Jan. 31.

16. Chef’s Journey Brings Him Back to The Grove Grill -

If you question the notions that we return to our beginnings, that wheels go full circle, that, um, time is a river and so on, look at Joshua Laban Perkins.

Perkins, 37, was sous chef at The Grove Grill when that restaurant opened in Laurelwood in 1997. Shortly thereafter, he went to Europe, studied at a culinary academy in Piedmont, worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in northeastern Italy, returned to this country, ran several successful restaurants in Atlanta and now is back in Memphis as Grove Grill’s executive chef.

17. Spindini Chef, Co-owner Leaves To Restart Grisanti Tradition -

He calls men and women “baby.” He loves to cook and to be out in the restaurant dining room, because as much as he loves cooking, he loves people. His eyes tear up when he talks about his children or his mother or father.

18. Events -

Westminster Academy will host a mini-open house for parents of prospective students today from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at its campus, 2500 Ridgeway Road. Parents will have the opportunity to tour the campus and learn about Westminster’s educational opportunities. Westminster offers classical Christian education for kindergarten through 12th grade. For more information, call 380-9192 or visit www.wamemphis.com.

19. West Memphis Lawyer Dies Of Brain Aneurysm -

Kent J. Rubens of the West Memphis law firm Rieves, Rubens & Mayton passed away Wednesday from complications of a brain aneurysm. Although based in Arkansas, Rubens was a well-known litigator in the Memphis legal community.

20. Workers' Comp Bill LoomsOver Restaurant Owners -      Restaurant owners across the state may have to pay thousands each to shore up a workers' compensation fund the state says was mismanaged.
     The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insuran

21. $4.8 Million Workers’ Comp Bill Looms Over Restaurant Owners -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Restaurant owners across the state may have to pay thousands each to shore up a workers' compensation fund that the state says was mismanaged.

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is suing Ronnie Hart, the president and chief executive of the Tennessee Restaurant Association. Among other things, the suit claims Hart received excessive fees for running the group's workers' compensation fund.

22. Grisantis to Open Restaurant on South Main -

If everything goes as planned, the Grisanti family could be returning to South Main Street, where their first restaurant opened in 1909.

Plans are in the works to open a 100-seat restaurant this summer in Glasshouse 383, a gallery at 383 S. Main St. that sells studio art glass.