The Roslindale spot could face a forced name change.
A Hollywood director and nightclub are sued after a private security scrape and the Hell's Kitchen chef acts like a Hell's Angel.
Plus: FDA eyes egg factories, and the Mediterranean diet gets recognized, all in our morning news roundup.
In the latest tuen of events, the PLCB has requested that the lawsuit be dismissed.
A young woman sues the entertainment giant for discrimination and the Dodger's number-one foodie serves Downtown's Union Rescue Mission.
Two former Hollywood staffers follow Babbo's suit, both figuratively and literally.
One cook accuses another of texting her "a picture of his manhood."
Owner Frank Ciolli says he's got the money to pay his rent, and he's staying put.
The pizzeria will be out from under the Brooklyn Bridge by next fall at the latest.
Plus McDonald's smoothies anger Jamba Juice, and ethnic barbecue is on the rise at chain restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
The application for a liquor license is certainly the sign that something big is happening.
Among those accused of cutting their product are Rachel Ray, Safeway, Wal-Mart, Target, and KMart.
How did an apparent canine tooth end up in a Rockaway woman's fried rice?
Plus a Delaware Congressional candidate wants to know if groundwater pollutants are increasing cancer rates, and Japanese brewers concoct a 120 proof beer, all in our morning news roundup.
And now the lawyer for the plaintiffs, Maimon Kirschenbaum, has something to say.
A couple of restaurateurs defend themselves.
Atlanta and Indianapolis can put kim chi in Mexican food too, but a popular food show might have to rethink its originality.
Restaurant workers get paid $500 to $700 per month for 60- and 70-hour weeks?