Hooters For Sale; Bronx Gets New Supermarkets

• Want to buy Hooters? It’ll cost about $250 million. [NYP]

• The city approved millions of dollars in tax and real-estate benefits for two supermarkets slated to open in the Bronx. [City Room/NYT]

• Senior citizens in Brighton Beach are unhappy about the quality of their Meals on Wheels. [NYP]

Food Network Magazine is a success at newsstands, but behind the scenes, turnover has been high. [NYP]

• Pepsi and Coke were among the first businesses to positively respond to the Michelle Obama–backed initiative to move calorie labeling to the front of packages. [WSJ]

• Dongbei cuisine, long considered unrefined by many in China, is making inroads in Flushing. [NYT]

• British supermarket chain Waitrose is now selling umami in a tube. [NYDN]

• Workers at Gemma, Matsuri, and La Bottega join those at B Bar & Grille in suing Eric Goode and Sean MacPherson for alleged violations of labor laws. [PR Newswire]

• Gennaro Sbarro, owner of Salute!, will take over the Montenapo space in the New York Times building. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• Daniel Boulud and Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Vancouver outposts are already packed with Olympians and tourists. [Bloomberg]

Hooters For Sale; Bronx Gets New Supermarkets