Baileys’ Restaurants to debut new ghost kitchen concept this Thursday

‘Tis the season for ghosts…and ghost kitchens.

In simple terms, a ghost kitchen is a restaurant without seats, a narrow-focus pivot created to cater to the burgeoning food pickup and delivery business. Ghost kitchens tend to focus on a single, popular item. Recently, KC-style ribs, sandwiches, and other chicken wing riffs have launched out of kitchens in St. Louis, and a smashburger ghost kitchen is on the horizon.

Last month, Dave and Kara Bailey, owners of Baileys’ Restaurants, introduced Wing Ding Dong, a chicken-wing based ghost kitchen concept operating out of Baileys’ Range.

This Thursday, they plan to roll out a new concept: Playing Ketchup, which will feature all-beef “ripper” hot dogs and brats—specifically the Grant’s Farm brat from G&W Meat, prepared in Zwickel, onion, and seasoning. 

The name was a snap for the Baileys. “Double entendres are the name of the game in ghost kitchens, apparently,” says Dave, adding

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Alec And Hilaria Baldwin’s Adorable Newborn Son Makes His ‘Ellen’ Debut



Alec Baldwin, Ellen DeGeneres that are sitting on a table: Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.


Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s adorable newborn son Eduardo makes his surprise “Ellen DeGeneres” debut on Wednesday’s show.

The couple, who welcomed the little one on September 8, discuss why Alec stopped to get food on the way to the hospital while Hilaria was having contractions.

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Alec insists, “Remember that scene in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ and Sean Penn was hungry and ordered a pizza to the classroom? I was inspired by that, I ordered a pizza in the delivery room.”

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Hilaria adds, “In his defence, it was my idea. Because the last two babies that I had I didn’t invite him until I was in labour until I got my epidural… he drives me crazy.

“This time around during COVID it was

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Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus talks massive improvements in Week 2, Julian Blackmon’s debut, sudden change at CB & more

» The major improvements defensively from Game 1 to Game 2 simply came down to attention to detail and execution: The Colts’ defense in their 2020 opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars allowed quarterback Gardner Minshew II to dink and dunk his way down the field all afternoon, as evidenced by his 19-of-20 passing completions; Indy also had plenty of miscommunications and other mental mistakes, as evidenced by Minshew II’s three passing touchdowns.

But Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins would have no such luck last Sunday against the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium; he completed just 11-of-26 passes for 113 yards with zero touchdowns and three interceptions, while the Colts also shut down Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook, who had just 14 rushing attempts for 63 yards.

In all, the Indy defense not only had the three picks against the Vikings, but it limited Minnesota to just 175 yards of

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