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How America’s Restaurants Are Helping Unpaid Government Workers
The shutdown has brought out the best in the country’s hospitality industry.
#WhiteHouseDinners Is About to Become Your New Favorite Twitter Hashtag
It’s a place to process the fast-food feast.
Pictures From Trump’s Fast-Food Feast, Ranked by Sadness
“I thought it was a joke.”
the chain gang
Kim Jong-un Reportedly Wants an American Burger Chain to Open in North Korea
This, according to a new CIA report, anyway.
Trump’s First State Dinner Won’t Feature Big Macs or Overcooked Steak
The Trumps and the Macrons will dine on goat-cheese salad and rack of lamb.
news you can booze
Whiskey Industry Argues It Will Be an ‘Unintended’ Victim of Trump’s Tariffs
The EU has said it will retaliate with tariffs on American goods, including whiskey.
this is gross
Trump Hotel in Florida Shamelessly Uses Hurricane Irma to Advertise Restaurant
What do those millions of displaced people need? Creamed spinach.
Trump Made Up His Story About the 21 Club Renovation, Former Owner and CEO Say
“I have no idea what was in his head. I never have.”
Macron Will Make Trump Eat Lobster and Caviar While He’s in Paris
They’ll dine out at Alain Ducasse’s Eiffel Tower restaurant this week.
A D.C. Bar Will Give Away Free Drinks Every Time Trump Tweets About Comey
You have to cope somehow.
ICE Agents Ate Breakfast at a Restaurant — Then Detained 3 of Its Employees
An owner in Ann Arbor, Michigan, makes the shocking accusation.
Koi, in the Trump Soho, Will Close, Citing a Sharp Drop in Business
“Before Trump won we were doing great.”
Association for Restaurant Workers Joins Lawsuit Against Trump
The suit alleges that the president is violating a constitutional clause meant to prevent foreign influence buying.
Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort Cited for Serious Health-Code Violations
Probably not what new members had in mind when they ponied up the $200,000 in initiation fees.
NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Donates $50,000 to Meals on Wheels
President Trump’s proposed budget calls for cutting federal funding for the service.
Check Out This ‘Banned Countries Dinner Series’
The first, on March 21, celebrates the Persian New Year.
President Trump’s Proposed Budget Would Slash Funding for Meals on Wheels
The organization delivers meals to the elderly, disabled, poor, veterans, and others unable to leave their homes.