An Eastie watering hole gets its booze back.
Plus: Scientists are very close to producing "super wheat"; and McDonald's in Europe gets hip to sustainable fish, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The world's most expensive kebab is ridiculously pricey; and old folks are unwilling to pay more for healthier dishes at restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: trouble with the Health Department.
The silly BPD refuses to believe that tequila's actually a liqueur.
The biggest hot-dog name in town is suing one of the smallest.
The plaintiffs claim that Wayfare Tavern turned out to be "substantially similar."
The owner of a local bakery goes up against the Food Network.
Joe Tecce's goes for broke.
The New York 'Times' analyzes the media punching bag at the gym.
The celebrity attorney has made a career of high profile cases that often involve allegations of sexual harassment and gender inequality.
One order of chicken alfredo has led to a major lawsuit against Grub Hub.
New evidence finds that people were eating canines as recently as 9,000 years ago.
Plus: Starbucks gets sued after terminating a dwarf employee; and humans ate dogs 9,000 years ago, all in our morning news roundup.
Animal-rights activists are, of course, outraged.
The group is planning a multistory eatery at 13th Street and Ninth Avenue.
The macrobiotic institution has been closed since a flood in January.
Plus: Post-recession consumers haven't been able to go back to spending freely at restaurants; and a Georgia man makes Waffle House a home, all in our morning news roundup.