Ben & Jerry's ditches "all-natural" while Häagen-Dazs sues an imposter.
A company named Private Chefs Inc. claims they pitched the show years ago, while a massive search is underway for Downtown broker Ed Rosenthal.
The insurance company covering a Hollywood restaurants' rebirth wants to hold Nancy Cartwright accountable for co-signing for her former fiancee's failed construction job.
The chain has locations in Vegas and New York, but no longer has the chef who helped start it.
Two rap performers are dealing with the aftermath of misbehaving in restaurants.
The Jersey Shore star complains she wasn't fed while locked up, while the famous pancake chain targets potential copyright infringement in Kansas.
A man runs up a $46,698 tab at the Penthouse Executive Club.
Is the "Fluffer" just "Campfire Marshmallows" in disguise?
The lawyer who recently sued Mario Batali is now targeting another Iron Chef.
Michael White's restaurant with Chris Cannon faces a class-action suit.
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.