Tavern on the Green Goes West; City’s Elderly Eating Well

Tavern on the Green will open a 40,000-square-foot outpost in San Francisco next summer. [NYS]

• Former Knick Charles Oakley has already taped three episodes of a cooking show called Café Oakley. [NYP]

Scores owner Richard Goldring thinks the crackdown on his strip clubs was a violation of his First Amendment rights. [NYO]

• Microwavable meals delivered to the elderly by Meals on Wheels taste surprisingly good: “The Asian-style beef sure did taste of ginger.… The Swedish meatballs, while lacking in sodium — perhaps on purpose — were hearty and pleasant.” [City Room/NYT]

• A Burger King executive is in hot water after assuming his daughter’s name to post defamatory comments online about a farm-workers advocacy group currently butting heads with the fast-food chain. [NRN]

• Ellie Krieger, the Food Network’s newest cooking personality, may have a healthy focus on her show, but she loves pancakes. [NYS]