The S.F. restaurant's ouster by neighbors is ripe for comedy.
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Burlingame's Mokutanya took a cue from that taqueria in Tampa.
"I guess I'm flattered," he says.
It's a story to warm the heart of any restaurateur frustrated with city bureaucracy.
Sometimes you just want to ask for something with your mouth, you know?
The employees alleged emotional abuse and lack of access to healthcare, among other things.
The artist did not appreciate the homage in graham cracker, ginger snap, and sable.
More extortion claims. Sigh.
She disagrees that cooking shows are 'scaring us out of the kitchen.'
The 'chef has some slightly negative things to say, as he has in the past with L.A.
Atique Rehman may be the most penalized landlord ever.
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.
Harvest and Rowe is at it again, this time with the Espresso Subito truck.
They will still do Sunday brunches and happy hours, and host the shows by Ms. Lupone, but they will need to mitigate a sound issue before the end of April.
He says they should come clean and not pay for lawyers.
They now have until mid-May, at least.
Please give us your opinion, dear readers.
Vegans occasionally dislike such jokes.
The city releases the full list.
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.