Did the troubled chicken chain make her up?
The London Assembly is not particularly happy about the junk-food sponsors.
It's Taco Bell's answer to Chipotle, and not even as middling-good, apparently.
That little PR problem of theirs won't go away.
At these restaurants, unimaginative entrees were not the only crimes.
M.Y. China's been delayed a touch.
The coffee giant just yesterday announced the purchase of a small San Francisco café chain specializing in French pastries.
Owner Pascal Rigo is now a wealthy man.
It's more like a parodic art project than a reality.
The burgeoning chain from Flip founder Jonathan Kaplan eyes its fifth location.
The town council rejected the franchisee's permit, again.
The pop star may or may not be involved in the national expansion of the restaurant he originally invested in in 2007.
Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan should be pretty proud of themselves.
The bakery chain got approval to move into the Sunset from Planning yesterday.
Subway wanted to move into a former Baskin-Robbins; the city said, 'Absolutely not.'
Why should the chain stop at stuffing its crusts with hot dogs?
It turns out, the chain has been serving these 'lobsters' for years, just not if you order a whole one.
The chain cites the higher cost of doing business in S.F. as the reason they can't participate in the promotion.
The Palo Alto-based chain is about to grow.
Even Grub Street's editors cop to a few (mostly drunken) favorite indulgences.