Sometimes you just want to ask for something with your mouth, you know?
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Drakes Bay Oyster Co. in Northern California has been taken up by the oil industry, which sees the case as having broad impacts for federal land use.
Chef Ken Frank maintains he serves the stuff spontaneously, and always as a "gift."
The case has implications far beyond just oyster farming, and Drakes Estero.
At least 50 restaurant owners are being targeted in a citywide crackdown on the misuse of funds that were supposed to be earmarked for healthcare.
They have at least until March 15, unless their lawyers can convince a judge that the government used bad science to decide to close them down.
The Vallejo and Front Street Off the Grid will return shortly after the city upheld their permit.
They say it discriminates against Chinese people and their national heritage.
She wants Eddie Griffin to apologize.
They found that 'a small but growing number' of restaurants were profiting from the pocketing of unused health care set-aside funds, and that the city should disallow the practice.
A Los Angeles judge was unmoved by several foie producers' claims of financial harm, but the lawsuit challenging the law will proceed.
Their last day will be October 31.
One day after the ban took effect, a coalition that includes Hudson Valley Foie Gras is looking to overturn the law, and may be seeking an immediate injunction to freeze it.
A new cross complaint by the landlord has only complicated things.
They're still facing eviction, but the Board of Supervisors has yet to officially step in, which they probably will.
The 'Godfather' director is not a fan of Tavola restaurant.
Campbell now owes about $57,000.
Christine Olague proposes a district-wide moratorium on conversions in Union Square.
The bar had a "no last call" party on Saturday, and so far the owners have not padlocked the place, even though the eviction date has passed.