Ladies Love Rocco’s Cake; Molecular-Gastronomy School Coming to Spain

• At a recent private lunch cooked by Rocco DiSpirito, society ladies had an “almost sexual” reaction to his molten-chocolate cake. [NYP]

• The world’s first school of molecular gastronomy will open in Spain in 2011. [Reuters]

• Gatorade is ceasing production of Tiger Focus, its Tiger Woods-branded energy drink, but claims the decision to do so was made before the golfer’s cheating scandals. [Crain’s]

• A Flushing karaoke bar was busted for a drug-and-counterfeit-cigarette ring. [NYP]

• In an effort to curb binge drinking, a private girls’ school in England has started a wine-tasting club for its students. [NYDN]

• The forthcoming Great Jones Hotel and its Todd English restaurant are subject to a bevy of restrictions by CB2, including no restaurant reservations for groups over 20 and an ending time of midnight for all private parties. [Eater]

• The food court at the Museum of Natural History has earned three stars for being green. [City Room/NYT]

• About half of Chex’s yearly sales occur during the last three months of the year. [NYT]

• Gay activist Tarlach MacNiallais was allegedly beaten by bouncers at a Queens club for dancing with another man. [NYP]

J&R; Music and Computer World has new print ads disguised as Chinese delivery menus. [Serious Eats New York]

Ladies Love Rocco’s Cake; Molecular-Gastronomy School Coming to Spain