We kind of wished this would have gone on for years.
The battle between Oscar Mayer and Ball Park could get ugly.
Graham Elliot isn't one to look the other way on Twitter fights.
Hopefully, this is the end of hot dog wars.
The biggest hot-dog name in town is suing one of the smallest.
The latest cheesesteak controversy suprisingly doesn't involve Genos or Joey Vento.
If rumors are true, this won't bode well for Speck's opening.
Our five favorite accusations against John Mariani.
Neighbors fear they're being pushed out, and putting the blame of the bar's patrons.
Plus: The world's most expensive foods includes a $69 hot dog; and global food costs rose 2.2 percent in February, all in our morning news roundup.
He's just trying to help America's kids slim down!
L&I is cracking down on an obscure rule that requires businesses to have a permit to hang signs.
With the core of his most loyal employees born outside the U.S., the Iron Chef is troubled by the country's treatment of immigrants.
Restaurant Week can't be all bad, can it?
Feeling snubbed by an omission form Phillymag's Top 50 Restaurants, James is exchanging free beer for copied of the magazine.
Plus a Super Bowl ad depicting Dorito's as a sacrament stirs an uproar, and food dye may cause hyperactivity, all in our morning news roundup.
Jolly Weldon was arraigned on multiple charges, including reckless endangerment and making terroristic threats.
Plus Elevation Burger comes to Collegeville, and a Michigan man claims Heinz stole his Dip & Squeeze ketchup packet plans, all in our morning new roundup.
Does any restaurant in Chicago actually make Dover sole the classic way?
Supporters were urged to contact City Council and let them know they are in favor of the redevelopment.