Studio B Tries to Get Cabaret License; Ruby Tuesday Denies Role in Customer’s Death

Studio B’s not going to have such an easy time obtaining a cabaret license after operating without one for five years and pissing off its neighbors. [New York Shitty]

• The signature burger at Top Chef—er Spike Mendelsohn’s Good Stuff Eatery is called “Spike’s 5 Napkin.” Presumably, that’s the Washington version. [Hamburger Today]

• As with a good piece of steak, allowing cookie dough to sit overnight in the fridge is the key to making it great. [NYT]

• A man with a shellfish allergy died after eating crabmeat at Ruby Tuesday, but reps for the chain say no mistakes were made on its part. [Consumerist]

• Despite their widespread consumption, prosecco and edamame are making it into Merriam-Webster’s dictionary for the first time this year. [Serious Eats]

• Fried milk may be all the rage these days, but it’s really an old-school ethnic street food. [NYT]