U.S. Drops Roquefort Tariffs; KFC Denies Riots

• Roquefort fans, rejoice! The United States has dropped the proposed tariffs on the blue cheese. [WSJ]

• KFC has denied that there was any sort of riot at yesterday’s failed chicken giveaway. [AP]
Previously: Oprah’s Coupon Crazies Nearly Riot in Midtown

• August Martin High School in Queens has opened a student-run restaurant — the first of its kind in the city. [NYDN]

• Bay Ridge’s Ivy Bakery was cited by the Health Department for leaving its door open. [Brooklyn Paper]

• Recently released documents reveal that, among many other things, Bernie Madoff used his corporate AmEx to purchase $441 worth of bagels from Tal Bagels. [DealBook/NYT via Cityfile]

Caffe Pepe Rosso is for sale. [EV Grieve]

• The cover for Frank Bruni’s memoir Born Round: The Secret History of a Full-time Eater features a picture of the anonymous critic (albeit one taken when he was a child). [Eat Me Daily]

• Outgoing Manhattan D.A. Robert Morgenthau is a Shake Shack fan, if the menu on his desk during a recent interview is any indication. [A Hamburger Today]

U.S. Drops Roquefort Tariffs; KFC Denies Riots