Chock Full o’Nuts Is Back; Tenjune Sued

• With 50 new locations planned for the next fifteen years, Chock Full o'Nuts stores, dormant since the eighties, are poised to make a comeback. [NYDN]

• A Yonkers woman is suing Tenjune, charging that club staff did nothing to stop another woman from slashing her forehead with a stiletto heel. [NYP]

• Starbucks drive-through menus no longer mention tall drinks as an option. [USAT]

• Chain restaurants from Subway to Johnny Rockets are testing delivery service. [NRN]

• Senator Gillibrand is pushing for a new, more streamlined food-recall notification process. [NYDN]

• Sake kasu, a Japanese sake product that looks a bit like pork belly, is increasingly popular in American marinades. [NYDN]

• New York's bars and restaurants put a lot of effort into the design and wording of their sidewalk blackboards. [NYP]

• Graeter's Ice Cream of Cincinnati is going national and hopes to compete with Häagen-Dazs and Ben & Jerry's. [NYT]

• Carnival Cruises' RedFrog Pubs will soon launch their own signature beer. [In Transit/NYT]