The latest cheesesteak controversy suprisingly doesn't involve Genos or Joey Vento.
Over a knockoff bakery in Greece.
A middle-aged waiter is wounded after Cut fires him.
Boston's most troubled pizza chain faces a new investigation.
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
Plus: Pepsi invents a palnt-based plastic bottle; and General Mills is devoting resources to help modernize Africa's food systems, all in our morning news roundup.
A judge found in favor of Poggio, and its owner, Mindel, in a landlord dispute.
It's not exactly a surgeon general's warning, but the ex-Apotheke mixologist has a letter from a pharmacist.
Plus: The world's most expensive foods includes a $69 hot dog; and global food costs rose 2.2 percent in February, all in our morning news roundup.
Apparently, owner Giuseppe Vitale has been pushing the truthful bounds of his East Coast heritage.
The owner of Lomita's Thyme Contemporary Cafe, a suspect in the death of his wife, tries leaping to his death while pursued by cops.
Plus: British airline EasyJet offers bacon and ham to passengers headed to Israel; and livestock farmers make a case for reviving the American bison, all in our morning news roundup.
Rising Corn Prices Blamed For Delaware Chicken Processor’s Demise; Libya Protests Fueled by Skyrocketing Food Costs
Plus: A House panel in Minnesota wants to prevent obese people form suing fast food chains; and rising food costs are fueling protests in Libya, all in our morning news roundup.
Not to mention "fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, corporate waste, and unjust enrichment."
Owner Jay Oh plans to fight a lawsuit from what appears to be an opportunistic customer.
That "official" photo they used to promote an event? It cost them.
A look at Jehangir Mehta's already infamous complaint against Jesús Nuñez.
A rep says, "Jehangir does not pretend to have invented 'pop rock cuisine.'"