Tasty Gourmet Chinese Food On Joliet’s Cass Street

JOLIET, IL — Last month when I wrote about the reopening of Super China Buffet on Joliet’s West Jefferson Street, I learned something I didn’t know. Turns out, the same family that owns Super China Buffet also operates Tony’s Wok, on Joliet’s east side, at 550 E. Cass St.

I had driven past Tony’s Wok numerous times over the years and thought about stopping, but never did. Then, on Wednesday afternoon, I pulled into the parking lot and walked inside. The first thing you will notice about Tony’s Wok is that this restaurant takes the new coronavirus very seriously. The entire dining room section is blocked off and off-limits to customers during the pandemic.

For now, you can only order carryout when you visit Tony’s Wok.

Secondly, Tony’s Wok has installed a large plastic screen to keep customers separate from having close contact with the restaurant staff. That’s another big

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I Drank The Rock’s Tequila And Boozy Slushies At The New Taste Of Epcot International Food And Wine Festival

Photo credit: Megan duBois
Photo credit: Megan duBois

From Delish

One of the main reasons I go to Disney, like many of you, is for the food—and the best of it can always be found at Epcot (hello, beautiful pastries in the France pavilion!). Trust me: I’m a theme park journalist.

Fall is usually when the park comes alive with its Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, which is a must-do for a lot of people, including me. But this year’s festival got an overhaul, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic—and I reserved my spot the first day it opened to see how the new Taste of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival would play out (and tell you, of course).

The first thing I should note? This is the longest Epcot festival ever. It started July 15 and doesn’t have a specific end date; Disney has only said that it will

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Indianapolis’ 4 favorite spots to find inexpensive Chinese food

In search of a new favorite Chinese spot?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Chinese restaurants around Indianapolis, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to meet your needs.

1. Egg Roll Number 1

Topping the list is Egg Roll Number 1. Located at 4540 S. Emerson Ave., the Vietnamese and Chinese spot, which offers soups and more, is the highest-rated cheap Chinese restaurant in Indianapolis, boasting 4.5 stars out of 394 reviews on Yelp. 

If you’re curious for more, we found these details about Egg Roll Number 1.

“Our Vietnamese menu features over 15 types of pho, a traditional noodle soup. You have to try our Chinese menu, offering seafood, pork, chicken beef and veggie dishes,” it states on Yelp in the section explaining specialties. 

2. King Wok

Next is Lafayette Square’s King Wok, situated

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