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Chocoholic Fish Discovered; Bloomberg Talks Letter Grades for Food Carts

• Five Guys topped Stores magazine’s “Hot 100” rating as the fastest-growing U.S. restaurant. Way more than five guys are now involved with the 750 stores nationwide. [Dallas Business Journal]

• A fish at a London aquarium wasn’t eating, until his handlers discovered he was accustomed to an all-chocolate diet. [NYP]

• Turns out drunk is not the same for every person, every day: age, gender, time of the month, and how much someone has eaten all affect blood-alcohol levels. [WSJ]

• Mayor Bloomberg wants to start slapping letter grades on food carts, mostly so he can eat a street dog without being grossed out. Good luck with that. [NYDN]

• Now that we’re all drinking wine on tap, let’s reexamine boxed vino: It’s portable (great for summer) and lasts for weeks once opened. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• OpenTable’s revenue climbed 58.6 percent in the last year; that stock is a hold, baby. [Street]

Chocoholic Fish Discovered; Bloomberg Talks Letter Grades for Food Carts