Dominick’s Diner in Erie must reduce hours of operation due to staff shortages

The nationwide shortage of catering staff has affected Dominick’s Diner, 123 E. 12th St. Monday through Friday, Dominick’s will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to a Facebook post. On Saturdays and Sundays, the hours are from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dominick’s continues to hire and hours may fluctuate more until full.

brick house cafe

The Brick House Cafe boutique, 3741 W. 26th St., fully reopened Saturday, including in-house orders, indoor dining, outdoor dining (pet-friendly patio) and drive-thru orders, according to its Facebook page. It had been open for limited services before a recent holiday. Hours are Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Cherry Hill Chill from Chelle

Cherry Hill Chill, 8915 Rt. 6N, Albion, will be closed Thursday through Sunday, according to its Facebook page, where they apologized for any inconvenience. Cherryhill Chill did not immediately respond to a question about why it was closing.

Vineyard and winery Markko

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Markko Vineyard and Winery will be celebrating the blessing of the vines Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. at the vineyard (not the winery), 4500 South Ridge Road West, Conneaut, Ohio. A one-perch dinner will include a food voucher and a glass of 2018 Markko Chardonnay for $30. A couple receives two food stamps and a bottle of 2018 chardonnay for $75. A food voucher includes perch, roast potatoes, coleslaw, a bun and dessert. Dinner provided by Hilmak Seafood Restaurant in Ashtabula, Ohio. Live music from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., including John Hyatt and Touch of Gray Duo. Order your tickets online at markko.com/about/calendar. For information, call 440-593-3197.

Bagels and New York delicatessens

New York Bagel and Deli now sells its bagels at more than 30 country fairs around Erie County.

You no longer need to drive to 3720 West Lake Road for your fix of New York Bagel. Popular flavors of Bagels and New York delicatessens are now available at more than 30 country fairs in the region, according to the grocery store’s Facebook page. Find the full list at bit.ly/NYbagelerie.

Sheetz got the jerks

Sheetze and Goetze sweets recently launched the first two of what will be a line of limited-edition milkshakes, including the Caramel and Cream Milkshake featuring Cow Tales.

Based in Baltimore Goetze’s Candy Co. Inc.caramel confectioner for 127 years, works with Leaf through to launch a series of seasonal Sheetz milkshakes inspired by the Cow Tales flavor, according to www.convenience.org.

Both choices now include the Caramel & Cream Milkshake in Cow Tales flavors and the Strawberry Cream Milkshake in Cow Tales flavors, at all 649 Sheetz locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Caramel Apple Cow Tales will replace Strawberry Cream this fall, and Caramel Brownie Cow Tales Flavors will ring in the new year in January. The original caramel and creme will remain on Sheetz’s milkshake menu throughout the limited-time partnership.

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