Inevitably, customers didn't really rally for a "high-end" restaurant based on a $4.99 magazine.
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If the singer doesn't want to be bothered, maybe she should consider a differtent restaurant every once and awhile.
Not the type of bowls Hunter S. Thompson once enjoyed.
The band, which sells a Kiss coffin and has a golf course planned, naturally needs its own Las Vegas cafe, too.
So far, our favorite element of the hyped design is the staircase, which is also an escape route from the tourist hell to come.
The stars get in some local eating before their respective Thanksgiving feats.
Kid Rock and John Legend were served sliders, fresh water eel rolls, and crab cakes in the first fete for the magazine's forthcoming club.
L.A.'s fall's openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio's plans.
Two rocking restaurants vie for the same audience.
If there's a 'Rolling Stone' restaurant, why not a Chez 'Cosmo'?
A famous magazine gets into the risky business of restaurants.
Plus: Donald Trump's new lounge, and Kraft's latest bid for Cadbury, all in our morning news roundup.
Dave Chang, Michael Pollan, and Philippe Starck are among 'Rolling Stone''s 2009 "100 Agents of Change."