Starr's plans for 2013 are to keep going about his business.
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Amid widespread industry job loss, JGV, at least, is hiring for his new project.
Just how much will the restaurant industry rake in this year?
Former Ralph's execs are suing over being scapegoated while Rubio's doesn't accept an offered $80 million buyout.
Regina Schrambling tells why.
The latest on the celeb chef's busted engagement.
Eric Ripert has raised $72,000 for charity by donating a buck per customer.
John Lennon Loved Cream and Corn Flakes; Activists Push to Block New Convenience Stores in South L.A.
John Lennon had a favorite midnight snack, and some activists are trying to stop the construction of new convenience stores in South Los Angeles.
Depression-proof dinners arrive at West Hollywood's Numbers every Tuesday.
The newly homeless Fiamma chef predicts 40 percent drop-offs in business, more high-profile closings, and less freedom for chefs.
A waitress offers an inside look into how restaurants are doing.
The 'Times' is focusing on simple soups and sandwiches, and McDonald's is considering killing the $1 Double Cheeseburger.
Marco Pierre White plans to open sports bars (sports bars!?!) in two American cities.
In the current restaurant economy, it may be easier to score a prime table, but Frank Bruni says it’s all an illusion.