David Chang Cooks for Google; Where Obama Ate Uptown

• David Chang was the guest chef in Google’s Chelsea cafeteria yesterday. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• Take the “Obama’s New York” walking tour to Tom’s Restaurant near Columbia, where the president liked to eat breakfast. [HuffPo]

Superdive is considering a national expansion and will remain open even though its building has been sold. [Eater]

BiCE has struck a deal with its employees’ union, allowing the restaurant to remain open. [Crain’s]

• Jamie Oliver has launched a dating portal on his website through a deal with [Marketing]

• Organic chocolatier Green & Black’s is thriving and expanding, despite the recession. [NYT]

• Raw-milk sales could boost the U.S. dairy market, if the bans on the milk were lifted. [NYT]

• Chick-fil-A is on the verge of its best year ever and plans to expand internationally within the next ten years. [Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

• The number of households that had trouble providing enough food for the whole family rose about 30 percent last year. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• A man tried to burn down the Long Island restaurant where he used to work — a year after he left the job. [NYP]

David Chang Cooks for Google; Where Obama Ate Uptown