Dinner meets performance art in Chelsea.
Wolfgang Puck and the company behind .Food have settled their suit, while an unnamed local restaurant owner is rumored to have leaked copies of Michael Jackson's autopsy photos.
Plus: Starbucks/Dunkin' lawsuit settled, and food stamps for Costco, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Dunkin Donuts and Wolfgang Puck settle separate lawsuits, and restaurants' Halloween sales push, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Yankees steakhouse owner roots for rain, and Dunkin'-Starbucks lawsuit settled, all in our morning news roundup.
• Aziza chef-owner Mourad Lahlou is about to make it big, with his upcoming cookbook and PBS series and his recently acquired Michelin star and Iron Chef victory. [SF Chronicle] • Amazon may get rid of its wine-selling business after...
Bears like what they find in minivans and L.A. residents have reported sightings of a woman missing following an arrest at Geoffrey's Malibu restaurant.
Plus: DIY butchery still the hotness; more celeb chefs go to Singapore
Plus: Todd English's stress, and DIY butchery, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Rachael Ray: lunch lady, and the rise of DIY butchery, all in our morning news roundup.
Will Mark Peel's new pizza oven draw the wrath of his famous ex-wife?
Quince wine director is focusing on Italian selections but discovering a new love of American wines as well.
• Chow has reopened on Church Street after last month's fire. [Eater] • Michael Bauer likes his own Chex mix recipe above five suggested by the company. [SF Gate] • An international research team has finally mapped the potato genome...
Mario Batali and Jacques Torres are somehow involved.
Plus: Popsicles at the Greenmarket, and Sunday suppers at Country, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
The chef thinks Big Pharma should take a page from the restaurant industry.
Mozza master Batali has plans to grow his pizzeria.
He has apparently been forgiven for dropping F-bombs in front of royalty.