One thing you don't want to find in your new restaurant: "a veritable swamp" of dead mice.
The incident occurred in February of 2012.
They argue it's a "fishing expedition" by the ammonia-treated beef's producer.
The $5 million lawsuit also alleges that managers used racial slurs.
The reviewer says 70 percent of what he files is positive.
Lawsuit claims a rival hacked the listing to say it was closed on weekends.
The "spurious designation" causes confusion that puts their reputation "at stake."
It had been open for 70-something years before the 2007 closure, after all.
It's Natty vs. Natty in North Carolina.
America's most-sued Greek yogurt.
That's a lot of burgers.
The suit alleges Thanksgiving meant wrestling in a kiddie pool of cranberries.
Failure to comply meant threats of being fired and deportation.
No, you cannot have what she is having.
The class size may eventually grow to include 500 restaurant employees.
They say they had to close after being deemed "a bleak spot on the culinary landscape."
Despite an order from a judge, who says it's confusing children.
Are Ganja Joy bars tricking customers?
Sometimes, you have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette. Or something.