"The more I eat, the closer I get to death by cardiac arrest. But if I stop, am I even living?"
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It's In-N-Out Burger's first East Coast foray.
The celebrated chef has upcoming projects in New York, Nashville, and Toronto, where he'll partner with director Ivan Reitman.
At 10,000 square feet, it's farm-to-table with a really big table.
The off-kilter Toronto mayor embraces his inner foodie.
Both restaurants, like Barbuto, feature lots of multi-paned windows.
"My friend and I don't eat the buns at all. We just sit there and rip apart all the chicken."
Plus: Mercadito's summer tacos, and more, in today's Leftovers.
"Lucky Peach will be the first floor. Daisho is the third floor. Or the whole thing is Daisho? I don’t even know. I’m not trying to throw you off. It’s constantly changing."
• Heave-ho: Six WWII vets were tossed out of a Wolfgang Puck restaurant in Dallas for being dressed too casually. [USA Today] • ;The president of the Toronto chapter of Hells Angels— who is awaiting trial—says the adequacy of Toronto's...
A critic responds to Scott Conant's “Open Letter to Toronto,” and it isn't pretty.
The Toronto-based chain appears to be The Counter of health food.
Today in damage control.
Butchering pork is trendy in SoCal and firearms issues are framed through a coffee chain.