Sign On to FohBoh; Stay Dry at Death & Co.

There’s a new social-networking site for members of the restaurant industry called FohBoh, but if you’re not an industry insider, you can enjoy the forums, blogs, and videos on all aspects of food. [Red Herring via The Grinder/Chow]

Le Bernadin’s Eric Ripert will open a new restaurant called 10 Arts at the Philadelphia Ritz-Carlton this spring. [Zagat Buzz]

A lot of people may be freaking out over the FDA’s approval of meat and milk from cloned livestock for consumption, but cloned food products have been in the food supply for some time. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
Related: FDA to Beef Industry: Send in the Clones

Death & Co. no longer has a license to serve liquor, so keep an eye out for a possible NYPD bust for “illegal trafficking of alcohol.” [Villager]

A 32-year-old man was shot to death outside Stereo early yesterday morning, but no one’s been arrested yet. [NYP]

In what we hope will be a fast-food trend only, touch screens, which eliminate the need for waiters, may soon be found in restaurants all over the country. [WCBS]

An analysis of five restaurant chains like Applebee’s and Chili’s shows that healthier menu items are generally not so bad for you, as long as you don’t add cheese, dressings, sauces, or anything else that might introduce flavor to your food. [WSJ]