At Penn Station, a Perfect Storm of Government Regulation

Lucy in the house.
Lucy in the house. Photo: Daniel Maurer, Cellar Door

Penn Station was a veritable cross-section of government regulation this weekend — the Taco Bell posted signs telling its customers it wasn’t serving tomatoes per an FDA advisory, and, per Cellar Door, the station’s two Dunkin’ Donuts (yes, there are two Dunkins, and two Starbucks, too) were dutifully posting calorie counts. One problem: One of the locations claimed a chocolate glazed donut was 80 calories while the other had it at 340 calories. D’ohh! Or rather: “Mmmm, doughnuts.”

Calorie laws & growing pains [Cellar Door]