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Denver May Let People Smoke Pot at Restaurants and Bars
The city is working on the nation’s first “pot club ordinance.”
Where There's Smoke...
NYC Restaurant Owners Not Sure What to Make of E-Cigs
Does smoking an e-cigarette count as actual smoking? Restaurants aren’t sure.
Revel’s Bankruptcy Strategy: Cheap Restaurants and No More Smoking Ban
When faced with bankruptcy, the troubled casino adopts a smoke-’em-if-you-got-’em policy.
Racquet Club Gives Vespers the Boot
Vesper Club members are now free to blow smoke wherever they want.
Vesper Club In a Huff Over Racquet Club’s Ban on Smoking
Urging members to quit smoking might help the club survive, too.
Centers for Disease Control Confirms Food Service Workers Smoke, Like, A Lot
Food-service workers smoke as much as construction workers and, weirdly, miners!
Ray’s Happy Birthday Bar Is Going Smoke-Free
There’s still now word on flying pigs or snowballs in hell.
L&I Denies Targeting Italian Market Vendors; PA’s Indoor Smoking Ban Has Had a
Plus PA farmers are eligible for emergency drought relief, and Michelle Obama urges restaurateurs to provide more healthy items on kids’ menus, all in our morning news roundup.
Supervisors Say No to Outdoor Smoking at Restaurants
The Supes have extended the smoking ban to restaurant patios, but not bar patios.
The Lottery-Winnings Subway Franchise; More Cries of Restaurant Industry Racism
Plus: more farmer’s markets come to Chicago this summer, and a British pub owner is jailed for flouting the smoking ban, all in our morning news roundup.
Smoking Patios Are Under Threat in New Proposed SF Law
The proposed measure is inciting the ire of at least one candidate for Supervisor.
Smokers Forced To Butt-Out of Outdoor Spaces
Smoking is set to be banned within 30 feet of outdoor eating spaces.
Peet’s Surrenders Diedrich Bid; Smoking Bans Questioned
Tom Colicchio Gives His Son a Taste-Test; Tiger Woods Has a Breakfast Favorite
Tom Colicchio feeds his newborn and Tiger Woods has a favorite breakfast restaurant.
Dill Pickle Opens its Doors; Fair Trade Kit Kats
Plus: a teenager sues McDonald’s, and where Tiger Woods eats breakfast, all in our morning news roundup.
Indoor Smokers More Than Happy to Preemptively Offset Fines
Bars and restaurants set out “smoking funds” just in case they get busted.
City Could Ban Outdoor Smoking at Restaurants; Colonel Sanders Impersonator
Outdoor smoking may be banned in L.A., while a fake Colonel Sanders pulls a high-profile stunt.
Lead Found in Bean Pots; New Bag Ban Sought in SF
Neighbors Go Viral in Fight Against Jane Ballroom
Meanwhile, the hot spot is making $20,000 a night.
Models and Bottles
A smoking speakeasy is unkindly outed.
Isn’t It Time for Some Not-Totally-Obvious ‘Best Dive’ Picks?
Sure, O’Connor’s and Jimmy’s Corner are great, but we have a less obvious suggestion.
Health Commissioner Goes After Salt
Will ‘Top Chef’ judges be banned from eliminating contestants because they didn’t use enough of the stuff?
DOH Is Inspecting Less Smokeasies, Busting More
People seem to be smoking more in bars and clubs. Will late-night raids change that?
Socialista Shuttered Over Sewage Backup and Mice Droppings; Beatrice and Goldbar
Did the ‘Post’ article trigger a crackdown on ‘smoking speakeasies’?