Yelp's lawyers say this suit is in the public's best interest.
The $31,000 given by punk-rock fans will keep it afloat.
Apparently, the branzino is farmed and always caught in nets.
A judge refused to shut it down, called that description "highly disputed."
Sounds like it's time for another name change at the store that has already gone from being Nutelleria to Nuteria.
The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa say they're "being thrown into the Lions den."
The state confirms the battle is moving to the 9th Circuit.
Yet the restaurant's staff claims they were the ones who were provoked.
Those Flake bar fanatics are not happy at all.
The EEOC claims some cushy summer jobs were women-only.
This came immediately after the hiring of "a large number of white employees."
Former employees call the celeb chef's chain a sexist boys' club.
Shop owners fear it could be the end of Toffee Crisps and U.K. Cadbury.
He'll be out $1 million a year, plus legal fees, as a result.
The brewers say the legal fight would cost them $50,000.
"We didn't start serving foie until the ban."
A group representing producers and a restaurant prompted the new ruling.
It’s a full 50 cents.
Unsanctioned smoothies are dividing the health-oriented chain.