Selective Delivery on the UES; McDonald’s to Launch Dollar Breakfast


• A recent investigation found that some Upper East Side eateries like Chinese Mirch were happy to make deliveries to other UES addresses, but refused to fulfill orders to closer ones in East Harlem. [NYP]

• McDonald’s plans to launch a dollar breakfast menu in January. [WSJ]

• As the Thanksgiving season starts, Food Network, Butterball, and Epicurious are all trying to establish themselves as the authority on turkey. [Ad Age]

• Young Malaysian Wharton grad Taek Jho Low regularly spends tens of thousands of dollars a night at clubs like Pink Elephant and Avenue. [NYP]

• David Chang and Peter Meehan are blogging their Momofuku cookbook press tour. [Q/GQ]

• Kraft has officially launched a hostile bid for Cadbury. [WSJ]

• Ruby Tuesday has spent more than $100 million over the past two years to make the restaurant chain more upscale. [NYT]

• The recent death of owner Art D’Lugoff has halted plans to reopen the Village Gate. [NYP]

• A Pratt grad student is devoting her thesis to better ways to eat on the street, including a magnetic shelf that attaches to sign poles and a table that fits over fire hydrants. [Midtown Lunch]

• Arby’s sales have been slumping for the last seven quarters. [Slate]