Thomas Keller offers a new culinary trend.
Also placing high: Les Nomades, Tallgrass, Carlos'
Our analysis of the 2010 Zagat picks.
Zagat stops printing a guide to Orange County while South L.A.'s ban on new fast food restaurants is predicted to be ineffective.
As if you don’t have enough to talk about today, here’s one more little morsel: Florence Fabricant has noticed that due to a computer glitch, certain Zagat ratings were leaked ahead of Wednesday’s release date. “Among them were Monkey Bar...
• After George Morrone's departure, it's a little unclear who's cooking at the Cliff House. [Between Meals/SF Gate] • Contigo has been a success as much for chef-owner Brett Emerson's blog as for its food. [Boston Globe] • Alice Waters...
If your name is Henry, a new Burbank store will feed you for free, while Western brewers are using more rice in their beers.
Plus: Michelle Obama visits the Muppets, and a very old restaurant, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: a very old restaurant, and public-school kitchens, all in our morning news roundup.
• Bikini-clad baristas in Washington State have been charged with prostitution after they allegedly charged customers to touch their breasts and buttocks at an espresso stand called Grab-n-Go. [AP/SF Gate via Eater NY] • California diners are more conscious of...
Zagat releases a new L.A. survey, but bobbles the city's biggest trend.
Readers call Danko most popular and best food, but report spending cutbacks in general.
A Texas fair serves a new deep-fried snack and McDonald's loses a copyright suit.
Plus: deep-fried butter in Texas; McDonald's loses a copyright claim
Plus: a curb to alcohol ads, and a drive-in at McCormick & Schmick's, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Trouble for Zagat, and tax-free liquor, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Another food recall and more, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Garden Cafe is Zagat's best in Brooklyn, and the story behind Dirt Candy's name, all in our morning news roundup.