Artistes Accusations; Rash Reviews Via Mobile Apps

Café des Artistes’ former GM charges that owner Jennifer Lang made him fire a hostess because she was pregnant. [NYP]

• As companies like Yelp and Citysearch build mobile apps, they must consider whether user reviews written in the heat of the moment on a phone are better or worse than those written later at a computer. [Bits/NYT]

• The UWS space housing Comida Mercado Fresca, which “temporarily” closed after a July fire, is now up for sale. [Eater]

• Dean Poll anticipates an easy transition of Tavern on the Green’s ownership between the LeRoy family and him and promises the restaurant won’t close at any point. [Crain’s]

Charley O’s bartender Darren Cellemme looks eerily like Roger Federer. [NYP]

• Dunkin’ Donuts has been involved in 356 lawsuits with franchisees over the past three years. [NYP]

• Hospitals are trying to improve the dismal reputation of their food offerings by hiring sushi chefs and running a nationwide contest for hospital chefs. [WSJ]

• Champagne producers agreed to pick 32 percent fewer grapes this year, in response to decreased sales worldwide. [WSJ]

• Airlines are revamping their coach food offerings to try to turn meals into a moneymaking enterprise. [WSJ]

Artistes Accusations; Rash Reviews Via Mobile Apps