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Get Ready for Vanity Fair Café; the Obamas Hate Beets

• Condé Nast will license its magazine names for restaurants abroad. [WSJ]

• It’s unclear what will happen to Condé Nast’s Frank Gehry–designed cafeteria if the company completes its planned move to One World Trade Center. [WSJ]

• Neither Barack nor Michelle Obama cares for beets. [LHJ via Eater National]

• Momofuku sommelier Christina Turley is leaving the company to work at her family winery in Napa. [Feast]

• Kelis is working on a cookbook. [T Magazine]

• Workers protested outside of Del Posto yesterday, charging everything from sexual harassment to labor violations. [WSJ]

• As the government prepares to update federal nutrition guidelines, it appears it will not reverse its reliance on carbohydrates. [NYP]

• The city’s community gardeners are pushing the City Council to enact tougher rules to protect New York’s 300 community gardens. [WSJ]

• Wendy’s will expand to Russia early next year. [Reuters]

• A coffee vendor is suing the Queens Hospital Center for refusing to allow him to set up his cart outside, charging that he was booted to boost business at a coffee shop inside the hospital. [NYP]

• Three former workers at wholesale sandwich-maker Bimmy’s are suing the company, alleging wage violations [Crain’s]

Get Ready for Vanity Fair Café; the Obamas Hate Beets