The Feeding Tube: Ten Restaurants That Need to Take a Food-TV Hiatus

They aren't even the best doughnuts in New York!

One problem with the recent glut of food television is that there are only so many restaurants to cover — travel-related shows hit the same spots again, and again, and again. It’s hard to blame the restaurant owners, since continued national TV exposure is guaranteed to make business boom. But TV producers could stand to look a bit harder for their next spot to feature. Here, then, are ten restaurants that should take a break from the tube.

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