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LAKE ZURICH — Julio’s Cocina Latina was serving Pan-Latin cuisine before it even became a recognized dining category. Combining his Ecuadorian roots and her knowledge of the restaurant business, Pan-Latin pioneers Julio and Cindy Ramirez opened Julio’s Cocina Latina, or Julio’s Latin Café, in 1991 to share their passions with the Lake Zurich area community.
The latest rage on Lake County roads comes in the form of veggie wraps and lobster rolls. Raging Kitchen’s food truck rolled onto to the streets Lake County this fall, and is booked solid with office, school and other weekday site visits for the rest of spring. The 28-foot-long truck is operated by Mundelein-based Ruprecht Company.
Brian Cygan believes lifting weights is too easy. To maximize the potential of one’s body, Cygan said he or she must also hold the weights, then fight to keep them in the air.
HIGHLAND PARK — Jill Motew’s curious name for her gluten-free food business is both fitting and full of meaning. In choosing “Zemas Madhouse Foods,” the Highland Park mother aptly used the first initials of her kids names: Zev, Emi, Max, Asher and Simon for the Zemas part, since her enterprise was born of a desire to do right when fueling her children’s tanks.
LAKE ZURICH — Since it was founded 15 years ago, Offbeat Music Store has been a fixture in downtown Lake Zurich. Musicians and music fans alike have been able to enjoy Offbeat’s remarkable selection of guitars, cymbals imported from Turkey, exotic ukuleles and drums.