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Smith & Wollensky Completes Boston Move; Menino to Cut Ribbon at Capital Grille

• Steakhouse chain Smith & Wollensky has moved its headquarters to Boston; they’ll open a second location here, at Atlantic Wharf, in the months to come. [BBJ]

• Mayor Tom Menino and Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray are among the luminaries expected at tonight’s VIP ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Capital Grille at the Hynes Convention Center. (It officially opens tomorrow.) [Grub Street]

• The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile was a surprise guest at a wedding in upstate New York. How romantic. [Consumerist]

• Spices with tons of antioxidants, like turmeric, black pepper, cinnamon, and paprika, may counter the effects of high-fat foods, a study suggests. [NYDN]

• The FDA food-safety law passed in December is proving tough to implement, with problems like salmonella outbreaks and contamination still frequent. [NYT]

• It’s much worse in China, however, where recently 120 were sickened and 11 killed by vinegar tainted with antifreeze. [HuffPo]

Smith & Wollensky Completes Boston Move; Menino to Cut Ribbon at Capital Grille