Unionizing Fresh Direct; Double Windsor Bans Babies

• Teamsters are finding some resistance from the company in their effort to unionize Fresh Direct workers. [NYDN]

• Windsor Terrace’s Double Windsor has banned babies (and all those under 21) after 5 p.m. [NYP]

• Burger King will soon raise the price of its double cheeseburger from a dollar to $1.19. [WSJ]

• Masaharu Morimoto does not approve of the sushi being sold at Duane Reade. [NYP]

• Restaurant consultant Aaron Allen was turned away from Le Bernardin because he refused to throw out his Starbucks tea. [Aaron Allen]

• Kelly Cutrone loves Angelo of Mulberry St. and hates anywhere in the meatpacking district. [Fork in the Road/VV]

• A new kitchen design from Electrolux doesn’t require pots and pans — just make a hole in the surface by pressing down with your hand and pour the ingredients right in. [NYDN]

• Park Slope’s Susan LaRosa will spend the next year baking a hundred recipes from the thirties and forties and will, of course, chronicle this adventure in a blog. [NYDN]

• Two Burger King workers in Jacksonville were arrested after slipping Hydrocone pills into customers’ burgers. [Florida Today via Eater National]

• Bunn’s single-cup coffee machine the Trifecta made its debut this week at Cafe Grumpy. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• A French court found a dozen winemakers guilty of trying to sell Gallo mislabeled “Pinot Noir”s. [NYT]

• After years of a staunch anti-vodka stance, PDT will soon introduce a vodka cocktail. [Feed/TONY]

STK will open an outpost in Atlanta. [Eater National]

• Representatives of the Gowanus Whole Foods will appear at a Community Board 6 meeting on Monday to clear things up about their plans for the site. [Mcbrooklyn]

America’s Next Top Model contestant Atalya Slater got into a fight at 1Oak the other night. [NYP]

Unionizing Fresh Direct; Double Windsor Bans Babies