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The Internet Has Fallen in Love With This Lucky Charms Beer
What’s next? Cinnamon Toast Crunch rum?
Is America’s Greatest Ham Tradition Doomed?
Bad news out of the “ham capital of the world” is evidence of an industry that might be in trouble.
steak and snake
Steakhouse’s Ambience Takes a Hit After Poisonous Snake Bites Customer
She spent the next six days in the hospital.
Chipotle Has Reopened That Restaurant Where People Got Violently Ill
CEO Steve Ells insists they “took aggressive action to correct the problem.”
Customers Are Getting Violently Sick at Yet Another Chipotle Restaurant
The chain says symptoms are consistent with norovirus.
A Boycott of Wegmans for Selling Trump’s Wine Has Seriously Backfired
All eight of Virginia’s locations have either sold out or come close.
Woman With Season’s Unluckiest Number Flooded With Cuisinart Hotline Phone Calls
“They need to compensate me for sitting here answering the phone.”
Another Horrible Restaurant Customer Left a Hateful Receipt Message
Why does this keep happening?
Horrible Customers Write ‘We Only Tip Citizens’ on Their Receipt
The server was actually American, and they’ve now been banned.
Restaurant Labels Its Brownies Based on Which Part of the Pan They Came From
Bet they’re always running out of corner pieces.
Restaurant Refused to Serve Family in Trump Gear
“Everybody was laughing, giggling.”
Peter Chang Fires Servers for Insulting Diners’ Penis Size
His daughter is also out as general manager.
Devastating Fire Causes Famed Edwards Smokehouse to Close Indefinitely
Their ham is renowned by chefs around the country.
The Chain Gang
Bojangles Customer Sends Back Cold Chicken and Gets $4,500 in Cold Hard Cash
And he would now like a cash reward for returning it.
Cult Icon Peter Chang Will Open His Own Fast-Casual Concept
Will Peter Chang Wok earn the Sichuan chef even more loyal fans?
A McDonald’s Franchise Allegedly Fired Workers Because ‘Too Many
This came immediately after the hiring of “a large number of white employees.”
A Restaurant Staffer Was Fired After Serving a Racist Note With Chicken Wings
The cook says the instructions were “meant for my eyes only.”
Restaurant Kicks Out Breastfeeding Mom — But Not for the Reason You Think
“I had a beer and a shot of Fireball in front of me, but that was for after I was done.”
The GWARbar Didn’t Meet Its Fund-raising Goal, But It’s Metal Enough
“Walking into GWARbar will be like entering GWAR’s Antarctic stronghold.”
Restaurant Owner Says ‘Sabotaged’ Google Maps Listing Ruined His
Lawsuit claims a rival hacked the listing to say it was closed on weekends.
Leave Virginia Alone
Toby Keith’s Virginia Restaurant Issues Polarizing Gun Ban
But seriously, how are the habanero wings?
Farmers’ Cabinet Gets Brewing… in Virginia?
Brewing operations appear to be passed off to a facility near Washington D.C.
Dodger Stadium Reviews Beer Policies; Woman Driven To Eat Sofas
After a Giants fan is beaten into a coma, The Dodgers consider whether we really deserve half-off beers.
Dining Sales Spike Upward; Demand at Food Banks Breaks Record
Food sales have been lifted, from fast food to fine-dining, while bread lines are becoming common in some regions.
In-N-Out Makes Most Fatty List; Bigmista’s Barbecue Draws Crowds
The Double Double is deemed dangerous while Neil and Phyllis Strawder are building an empire.
7-11 to Sell Its Own Beer; Courage the Dog Gets His Own Cupcake
The country’s third biggest beer retailer creates Game Day brew and the story of a rescued pup inspires a Virginia baker.
Butcher Block: Momofuku Meats at Home, Schatzie on the UWS
A cult-favorite meat purveyor may soon come to a butcher shop near you.