Is Minetta 2.0 going to open on the other side of the pond?
Plus: Afternoon tea gets gown up and fancy in London; and chicken liver pate is commonly associated with food poisoning, all in our morning news roundup.
It's a blue door!
Donna Simpson vows to lose weight, as long as the cameras stay on.
We want to watch her shave truffles, not her legs.
Both of L.A.'s primary restaurant critics hit the road this week and like what they find.
So far, chocolate maker Jonathan Graham has donated over 5,000 boxes of chocolate nuts to the island nation's shelters.
The Michelin-starred London and Miami "haute Chinois" chain will land here in November.
As rumored, Keith McNally and Richard Caring will bring the Paris-style bistro to London, and Jean-Georges is U.K.-bound as well.
Foshay Learning Center develops a cashless dining option, while Continental Airlines is putting the final nail into the coffin for free airplane food.
• Harvard is spending $20.7 million for a dairy farm in New Zealand. [Herald] • A Bay State College student was the victim of armed robbery outside of a St. James St. Subway restaurant. [Globe] • For the first time...
The Top Chef winner doesn't have sufficient ID, while the business maven eats a lot on a recent trip.
Celebrate Bastille Day at Fairmount Avenue's historic Eastern State Penitentiary.
Canned meat continues to be popular after 73 years and a Twilight star hasn't mastered much beyond toast.
The Breslin chef plans a return to the city where she got her start.
This Weekend: Rage Against Beer Week, Sing Along with the Kids at the P.O.P.E. and Watch the World Cup
Philly Beer Week keeps chugging along through the weekend.
The farm-fresh-focused menu will feature interpretations of American classic dishes.
Don't be so quick to believe reports of Balthazar London.
Openers Gordon Ramsay and Andy Cook appear to have little to do with the restaurant now.
London club owner Jonathan Downey has plans to bring Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo to the U.K.