On July 24 McAlister's Deli, 1310 S. Illinois Road, is participating in Free Tea Day. Those who visit McAlister's that day will get a free 32-ounce serving of sweet tea. No coupon is required and no purchase is necessary, but the offer is limited to one per guest.
Pedal City, the company that owns the pedal carts you see cruising downtown, now has a home at 1215 W. Main St. Eventually it's going to be more than just a departure point, however. Here's what owner Janelle Ford had to say about it: "We are going to have our location open to the public. I am putting in a beer garden with ping pong, corn hole, a bar, and various activities. Getting the garden set up and our alcoholic permit is moving slow. We have a lot of bike bookings that are all now leaving from that location and using the garden as is right now. We will soon be working on putting in a small brewery and bar in the building."
For more information, go to www.pedalcityfw.com or call 415-6167.
It used to be Bill's Bistro and then Mid-City Grill, but the long-closed eatery at 1802 Spy Run Ave. has reopened — as a teen dance club.
Now called Miami Beach Teen Club, it's been painted blue accented with palm trees. It's open 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. The phone number is 271-9672 and the club is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MiamiBeachTeenClub.
Joseph Decuis restaurant in Roanoke was honored in Wine Spectator's newly released 2014 Restaurant Awards, which highlights eateries around the globe that offer the best wine selections. This year, 3,748 restaurants have been named award winners, spanning all 50 U.S. states and over 80 other countries and territories. Carmen McGee is the wine director at Joseph Decuis.