Jared from Subway will also run, at a considerably slower clip.
A new Android app lets you trace the path of your little goblins, while Mickey D's must pay an employee $17,000 for his weight gain.
Restaurants abroad get a big push from a former President, while the actress sports a name-tag for a waitress named "Irene."
• The great-grandchildren of the Barq's root beer founder are suing Coca-Cola, claiming the company never actually purchased their grandfather's share of the pop brand. [Times-Picayune] • The mayor of San Gabriel was arrested after fighting with a woman in...
Owner Dan Miller says the charges could be "the final straw," while his wife calls them "extortion."
The Biggest Loser star threatens legal action, while shoppers rally to the defense of displaced vendors like The Breadman.
The red-maned celeb chef is sued for a third time over alleged employee exploitation, while L.A.'s division of the famous French cooking school is accused of making false promises.
"I would have hoped that the head legal officer of this State would not jump to conclusions on a basis of guilt by association," says a representative of the restaurant.
The actress says she "grew up on food stamps," while a famous bakery's face-lift in Glassell Park becomes mired in controversy.
Police capture 4,000 marijuana-laced edibles, while "Americans" ruin another good thing while traveling abroad.
Foshay Learning Center develops a cashless dining option, while Continental Airlines is putting the final nail into the coffin for free airplane food.
Attorney General Jerry Brown rails against the restaurant's flashy image and yellowtail tartare.
The Downtown broker and poet survives six days without food or water, while Justin Murdock has charges filed against him from a former hire.
Food Network Sued Over Private Chefs of Beverly Hills; Clifton's Cafeteria Broker Goes Missing in Joshua Tree
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 Hollywood director and nightclub are sued after a private security scrape and the Hell's Kitchen chef acts like a Hell's Angel.
A young woman sues the entertainment giant for discrimination and the Dodger's number-one foodie serves Downtown's Union Rescue Mission.