The Top Chef winner doesn't have sufficient ID, while the business maven eats a lot on a recent trip.
The birthplace of In-N-Out strikes a blow to fast food while the owner of the so-called "best restaurant in the world" doesn't rely on staff to source his kitchen.
The Double Double is deemed dangerous while Neil and Phyllis Strawder are building an empire.
He doesn't seem too familiar with our scene, but believes the hype nonetheless.
The state will test out mandatory breath monitors for convicted drunk drivers and federal limits on lead might be exceeded in the nation's kiddie beverages.
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L.A.'s favorite burger goes eastward while college kids are acting really stupid even before they're drunk.
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Plus: In-N-Out expands, and Mr. Softee sues, all in our morning news roundup.
Father's Office holds a far-off third place behind both classic and new burgers.
The ink is just drying on a land deal in Redwood City for a new In-n-Out Burger, joining about a dozen other inner-Bay Area locations. As the Biz Times reports, the parcel at 949 Veterans Boulevard already has a restaurant...
A famous ear-biter goes meatless, while a famous socialite ditches fast-food.
A ban on chain restaurants is reversed, except on "fast food alley."
The glory days of a $1.95 burger are gone.
The Catch hopes to snag Adam Richman-wannabes.
April Fool's Day jokes about chefs and restaurants were picked up as news by other outlets yesterday.
"We deliver things fresh from our main warehouse. And that's in Southern California."