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War On Noodles
Mad Scientists Invent Hot-Noodle Vending Machine
Yet these same inventors seem to think the machines will be able to replace noodle shops — which does not sound okay because noodle shops are the best.
Pies: The Very Strange Story of the Grimaldi’s
How a New York pizza legend’s name wound up at the center of an international counterfeit-restaurant saga.
Robert De Niro Opening ‘Multiple Restaurants’ in Shanghai
Which “well-known U.S. chefs” are headed to China?
Third-Try Shanghai Closes in Former Mecca Space
It lasted four and a half months.
Check Out the Remodel, and the Food, at Shanghai (in the Former Mecca)
It was another light remodel, with a significant change to the bar.
What to Eat at Shanghai, the Third Chinese Incarnation at the Former Mecca,
83-year-old Francis Tsai, longtime owner of Wu Kong at Rincon Center, is trying once again in the space to do a Shanghaiese concept.
Shanghai on Schedule for Mid-August; Umami Mart Coming to Oakland
Also, a chef shuffle at El Paseo.
Shanghai to Open in Former Mecca Space in Mid-August
The same guy behind Pudong and Gingerfruit, 83-year-old Francis Tsai, is trying one more time.
In-N-Out Burger Pops-Up in Shanghai to Defend Its Purity
The SoCal burger chain comes gunning for a bootlegger named CaliBurger.
Obama Nightclub Opens in Shanghai; Chocolate Consumption Linked to Depression
Vegas glitz comes to Chinese nightlife and a favored sweet could cause the blues.
Shrimp Catch Soars; New USDA Tests Could Doom Small Farms
Plus: wine grapes as global warming barometer, and The Obama revolutionizes Shanghai nightlife, all in our morning news roundup.