Easton restaurant owners forced to close multiple times say they are victims of favoritism, racism. City officials are investigating

By Anthony Salamone
The Morning Call
•Jun 15, 2022 at 7:30 am

When the couple opened Khanisa’s in 2019 on 118 Northampton St. in Easton, they thought the space they were renting on a prominent downtown strip offered more seating and a better chance to grow the dessert business, with specialties that include pudding.
“Look at where we are; we’re on the gateway block,” Khanisa Darby said recently, referring to the city’s entryway from the Northampton Street free bridge connecting downtown Easton and Phillipsburg, New JerseyRead more here

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