How Health Care Legislation Affects Restaurants; Spice Station and Forage Make Great Neighbors

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• The new health care legislation will mean big changes for restaurants, between the requirement to provide health insurance, and the compulsory menu labeling. [NRN]

• There is no real scientific basis for the claim that eating six small meals a day, as opposed to three big ones, will speed along your metabolism. [NYT]

• Artistic depictions of The Last Supper have increased the amount of food being served by 66-70% between the years 1000 and 2000. [Newser]

• Silver Lake’s Spice Station is enjoying the bounty available at nearby Forage. [N.Y. Times’ T Magazine]

• Red Mango signed a deal that will bring its frozen yogurt to airports like Dallas/Ft. Worth, O’Hare, and LaGuardia. [PR NEwswire]

• The three martini lunches of the Mad Men days have been replaced by power lunches of salad and Diet Coke. [NYP]

• Subway will launch a breakfast menu next month. [NRN]

• A new law in Dubai bans all cooking with alcohol. [The National via Eat Me Daily]

How Health Care Legislation Affects Restaurants; Spice Station and Forage Make