A.G. Ferrari Won’t Close Any S.F. Stores; Denny’s Tries to Get Healthy

• A rep from A.G. Ferrari writes in to say that despite the bankruptcy and the possibility of more store closures, none of the S.F. stores will be closing. [Grub Street]

• The Napa winery formerly known as Coppola, more recently known as Rubicon Estate, will return again to the name it had fifty years ago: Inglenook. And Coppola has hired the winemaker from Chateau Margaux to fancy things up. [Eater]

• The closing of the Eagle Tavern will “rip a hole in the city’s cultural fabric”? Debatable. But protesters of the closure are encouraged to don some leather and attend a Surprise Leather Night at Skylark this evening. [SFoodie, GayCities, Earlier]

• There’s been a changing of the guard at Golden Gate Restaurant Association. Rob Black is the new head dude there. [Tablehopper, Scoop]

• Forget Moons Over My Hammy; even places like Denny’s and IHOP are offering healthier fare. [USAT]

• The restaurant-coupon backlash is amping up: As Marc Murphy of Ditch Plains in New York put it, ““How many more of these can there be?” [NYT]

• Indonesia’s government is so concerned with its population’s dependence on rice that it’s launched a “One Day, No Rice” campaign. Riceless Tuesdays kind of has a ring. [WSJ]

• Americans might also want to think about diversifying our diets: Staples like meat, produce, dairy, and wheat are going up. Better learn to love insects! [MSN Money]

A.G. Ferrari Won’t Close Any S.F. Stores; Denny’s Tries to Get