Proof that the customer isn't always right.
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He's doing a Facebook Q&A at this very minute.
Our critic is doing a Facebook Q&A.
The brand-new feature also features reviews from Bon Appétit, Condé Nast Traveler, Eater, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
That’s one way of doing it.
They're getting an surge of overwhelmingly negative reviews.
Silicon Valley demands to know what's next, taxing free coffee?
Rum's ability to "overcome boredom" is sort of the allure.
The company will pretend nothing ever happened by reverting to its original legal terms.
But only sometimes, like when coupons aren't involved.
"Like" its Facebook page or download a coupon, and you forfeit the right to sue, the company says.
Social media strikes again.
Alinea takes a first step toward ticketing.
His future husband wasn't old enough to drink.
Next El Bulli tables donated to cancer survivors.
Next's 2012 season ticket offering drew thousands of would-be customers.
Plus: Discussions of Moroccan food heat up Facebook; and David Burke has a magazine and "flavor sprays," all in our morning news roundup.
Students with references to and photos of drinking were determined to be four times as likely to develop drinking problems.
You just know you want to be BFF's with Grub Street L.A.