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Jamie Oliver’s U.K. Restaurant Empire Collapses
It could mean the loss of upwards of 1,000 jobs.
the chain gang
McDonald’s Is Using Classical Music to Calm Drunk Customers
A little Bach apparently encourages everybody to chill the eff out.
Climate Change Could Mean the End of Fish and Chips
Cod and other species are fleeing rising temperatures.
drunk and disorderly
A McDonald’s Is Testing a ‘Walk-Through’ for Drunk Customers
Partiers are invited to stumble over for a meal “after their night out.”
Red-Handed: Meat Thieves Steal Over 2,000 Pounds of Beef
These thieves only steal locally raised beef.
Kildare’s Reopens After Being Cited for Serving Minors; Hail Storm of
Plus: McDonald’s cops a farm-to-table stance; and bootleg liquor claims 115 lives in India, all in our morning news roundup.
Molson Coors Will Release a Lady-Specific Beer
The new brew is being marketing to female drinkers.
What’s Beer Pong Without the Beer?; Get Ready For Some Bieber-cue!
Plus: The U.K.’s most popular food is not fish and chips; and the push is on to make borscht cool again, all in our morning news roundup.
Trick-or-Treaters To Be Tracked; Even In Brazil, McDonalds Makes You Fat
A new Android app lets you trace the path of your little goblins, while Mickey D’s must pay an employee $17,000 for his weight gain.
Off-Shore Drinking Ban Considered in San Diego; Sports Concessions Riddled with
The end of “Floatopia” might be drawing near, while eating at the game poses health risks.
British Soccer Players Blow Small Fortune at XIV; White House Chef Cooks Up
While Britain weeps, two players have a ball and Sam Kass helps lead the charge on healthy food initiatives.
Thomas Keller Compares the Coasts; Okie Bar Manager Slices Off Customer’s Nose
The Bouchon chef thinks New Yorkers and Californians are similar, while an Oklahoma bartender goes to jail for his messy handling of a noise complaint.
A Beer Stronger than Whiskey Debuts; Chefs Defend Veal Supplies
A new Australian ale is 41% alcohol and British chefs urge eating an inhumane dish as humanely as possible.
Soldiers Survives on Spam; EU Considers Bluefin Fishing Ban
After their helicopter was shot down, British troops lived off canned meat.
Absolut Collaborates with Spike Jonez; Sundance Gets a Food Truck
The filmmaker received funds for his new love story and the famous film festival has a new food vendor.
Emeril Lagasse to Host Talk Show; Hot Sauce Stunt Lands Teens in Hospital
A celeb chef ditches the pan for a microphone and ten teens drink a spicy solution 200 times hotter than Tabasco.
Mariah Carey Leaps Into Wine Business; Gordon Ramsay Set to Start Tweeting
The singer is releasing a rose and television’s most fiery chef plans to go viral.
Michelle Obama To Appear on
; Coke Comes Back to Costco
goes Presidential and Costco settles a pricing dispute with Coke.
Tiger Woods Loses His Focus; Man Arrested for Stealing Leftovers
Tiger Woods sees his Gatorade product dropped, while a hungry, hungry man gets arrested.
Is It Burger Porn or Is It Art?
UK Burger King takes burger porn to the next level with showercam
Fat Duck to Serve Whale Vomit For Christmas; Cannabis Cafe Coming to Portland
A British restaurant serves the ultimate in gross-out food, while a Portland Cafe attempts to serve marijuana with food.