Philippe pays a pretty prawn.
The restaurant has retaliated with a lawsuit of its own.
After Chipotle airs a Super Bowl ad, The Golden Arches addresses the confinement of pigs.
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The legal round-robin finally seems over.
Rather than resist, the 40-year-old Manhattan Beach restaurant is making the most of the attention.
Dogpatch: Gilberth's Rotisserie & Grill has just softly opened at 2427 3rd Street (at 20th), from the team behind The New Spot around the corner, serving pan-Latin fare, including rotisserie chicken, Cuban baby back ribs with a guava glaze, Argentinian-style...
A city bus driver says a fried-chicken place in Sunset Park included two inches of sharp metal inside his two-piece combo meal.
For — what else? — improper overtime compensation and illegal tip pooling.
Score one for the pork lobby.
The $500,000 settlement is a mere drop in the bucket for the chef's $400 million empire.
They're now being sued by the Department of Labor, and about to close.
Owners Terces and Matthew Engelhart are still crying poverty, but looking to open new locations in SoCal.
Waiting have filed suit, saying they were not paid overtime.
An ex-employee says he was groped, but not by Molto.
After years of partnership, this is how it ends.
This doesn't look good for the barbecue chain.
Though the report calls out the chain for its unfair practices, City Council members still chose to eat there.
Jaime Martin Del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu are doing advertising for one the country's biggest right-leaning lobbying groups.