"The waitress apologized, acknowledging that the policy was racist."
It's hard for the food to be "very overrated" when it wasn't even being served yet.
The man remains cane-ridden and still "cannot eat or drink water without vomiting."
Anheuser-Busch just ponied up $20 million to settle a big deceptive-packaging claim.
The long national nightmare of the 11-inch sandwich is finally over.
The chef argues Trump's comments made running a restaurant associated with him "extraordinarily risky."
She got a table at Le Bernardin instead.
The manager's logic was, reportedly, "What if you cut yourself?"
The lawsuit comes just days after its expose on one of the grocery store's pork suppliers.
Apparently it's not legally discriminatory.
"They took my Icees and threw them away as if they meant nothing."
But somebody tried anyway.
A California resident's class-action lawsuit alleges the grocery chain misled consumers.
Her former employees, vendors, and investors are all taking her to court.
The customer claims a freshly baked projectile gave her "a lacerated cornea with a vitreous detachment."
A federal lawsuit claims the chain broke SEC laws by misrepresenting its value to investors.
It's very tough times at the iconic New York delicatessen.
The lawsuit follows another filed against José Andrés.
He says he found blue capsules and a napkin at the bottom of his cup.
Andrés's ThinkFoodGroup calls the move "both unsurprising and without merit."