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7 Eleven

  1. health scares
    A 7-Eleven Worker Could Have Given Hepatitis to Thousands of Utah CustomersOfficials warn that a store’s sodas, hot foods, and bathroom all could’ve been infected.
  2. 7-Eleven Will Now Stock Soylent to Welcome the American DystopiaThe United States had a good run, folks.
  3. coffee talk
    Single-Origin, 3rd-Wave Coffee Finally Arrives at 7-ElevenWhat’s next — Big Gulps made with craft soda?
  4. the chain gang
    Fill Your Comically Oversize Glassware of Choice With a $1.50 Slurpee TodayAny vessel that fits “upright through a 10-inch hole” is fair game.
  5. freebies
    It’s the One Day a Year When You Should Drink a Slurpee7-Eleven has unveiled a birthday-cake flavor for this year’s Free Slurpee Day.
  6. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Is Releasing a Coffee Just for New YorkersIt theoretically “caters specifically to the bold, rich desires of New Yorkers.”
  7. Freebies
    Tomorrow Is Free Slurpee Day at 7-ElevenThere’s a new Sour Patch Watermelon flavor.
  8. Doritofied
    Frito-Lay Terrorizes Nation With Multi-City ‘Doritos Loaded’ MysteryIt conquers Dallas today and L.A. on Friday — after that, who knows?
  9. The Chain Gang
    Michigan Gets Awesome-Sounding Vernors SlurpeesThe Detroit classic is the chain’s first regional flavor.
  10. Doritofied
    Here’s How to Make Your Own Cheese-Stuffed DoritosYou can even use some fancy cheese.
  11. Doritofied
    Doritos Stealth-Testing ‘Loaded’ Nacho HybridIt’s a “warm nacho cheese snack.”
  12. Quote of the Day
    Manhattan Borough President Has Strong 7-Eleven FeelingsThis has nothing to do with Buffalo Chicken Taquitos.
  13. Convenient
    7-Eleven Says Don’t Get Too Excited About That Futuristic-Looking 7-ElevenThe “next-gen” store sure has an extensive selection of taquiitos.
  14. Lawsuits
    Here’s Another Reason to Hate 7-ElevenMore than 150 U.S. franchisees are suing the company.
  15. Freebies
    Free Slurpees at 7-Eleven TodaySupplies are not likely limited at all.
  16. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Store Owners Arrested for Human TraffickingFeds are investigating.
  17. Video Feed
    Watch Steve Carell Bring Letterman Double Gulp SodasIn honor of the ban on the soda ban.
  18. Fast Food Forward
    ‘No 7-Eleven’ Group to Propose Resolution TonightDown with corporate America!
  19. Video Feed
    Man Crashes Car Into 7-Eleven, Pours Himself Some CoffeeDennis Cortopassi inconvenienced the convenience store big time.
  20. Light and Sweet
    East Village Percolates With a Record Number of Coffee ShopsStand-alone locations and small chains aren’t doing so poorly, too.
  21. Convenience
    Resistance to Incoming 7-Elevens Turns StickyAll I wanted was a Pepsi.
  22. Fast Food Forward
    7-Eleven Going Healthy, Still Pissing Off East Village ResidentsAs 7-Eleven announces its plan to focus on fresh foods, New Yorkers are boycotting the opening of a new downtown location.
  23. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven, Dunkin’ Donuts, and Subway Shops Are Basically Overtaking theMore Subways, 7-Elevens, and a record number of Dunkin’ Donuts shops. Awesome!
  24. Oh Thank Heaven
    Police Arrest Man Who Was Assaulted by 7-Eleven EmployeesThe company says its workers will be “retrained.”
  25. Crime Scenes
    Here’s a Video of a Man Being Assaulted by Brooklyn 7-Eleven EmployeesThe employees suspected the man of stealing a box of candy.
  26. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Successfully Squeezing BodegasWill we have to put the New York bodega on the endangered species list soon?
  27. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Plotting to Colonize Tribeca?Some corporate types reportedly have a map of future 7-Eleven locations.
  28. Soda Ban
    7-Eleven Pretty Sure the Soda Ban Won’t Affect Big GulpsThere’s a leaky loophole.
  29. Sweet News
    Introducing the Skinny SlurpeeThe brain-freezer goes low-cal.
  30. In the Magazine
    The Underground Gourmet on San Matteo Panuozzo and Taboonette; Will 7-ElevenPlus: salty chocolate-chip cookies, and more from this week’s ‘New York.’
  31. Leftovers
    Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Opening on UES; 7-Eleven Planning 100-Plus NYC StoresPlus: Mile End cookbook details, lobster-roll dog biscuits, and more of today’s leftovers.
  32. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Plans to Take Over Basically Every Deli in New YorkThe enormous deli chain plans to open 20 new locations per year for the next five years.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    7-Eleven Lands on the Bowery; Cupcake Stop Lands on Staten IslandPlus: Fairway Market UES butchers for the public, Craft celebrates regional cuisine, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  34. Marketing Gimmicks
    7-Eleven’s Free Slurpee Day Actually Makes People Buy More SlurpeesSlurpee sales go up on the one day when 7-Eleven gives them away.
  35. WTF
    Nacho Cheese Bandit ArrestedCrime against gastronomy also a legitimate crime.
  36. Mediavore
    7-Eleven Eyes Manhattan Mom-and-Pops; Sydney Chef in Alleged Drug RingPlus: Food Bank chief stepping down, food sensitivities rampant, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  37. Mediavore
    7-Eleven Courts Vegans; Christmas This Year: Awkward!Plus: Urban Japanese take up farming, fine dining is not the healthiest, and more in our morning news roundup.
  38. Mediavore
    Bail Set in Chinatown High-Chair Rumble; Troubled Slainte to Learn FatePlus: 7-Eleven looks to hold “Slurpee summit,” and much more all in our morning news roundup.
  39. Mediavore
    Union League Spends $18 Million on Kitchen and Dining Room Upgrades; Whole FoodsPlus pregnant mothers may or may not pass allergies on to their unborn children, and 7-Eleven executives are working hard to make a “Slurpee summit” happen, all in our morning news roundup.
  40. Mediavore
    Matrice’s Mother Sues L.A. County; Where To Eat A Seven Pound BurritoA distraught mother takes action after her daughter disappears following an arrest at Geoffrey’s while some indulgent eats almost make junk food look healthy.
  41. Mediavore
    7-11 to Sell Its Own Beer; Courage the Dog Gets His Own CupcakeThe country’s third biggest beer retailer creates Game Day brew and the story of a rescued pup inspires a Virginia baker.
  42. Mediavore
    Frappuccinos Go Vegan; Are Hybrid Tomatoes Heirloom?Plus: Red Hook Lobster Pound eyes D.C., and Blue Marble wants in at Brooklyn Bridge Park, all in our morning news roundup.
  43. Mediavore
    South Philly Co-Op Moving Along; Frappuccinos Go VeganPlus: hybrid tomatoes ape heirlooms, and 7-Eleven looks to branded beer, all in our morning news roundup.
  44. Mediavore
    UMass Goes Locavore; A Big New Oven for Nashoba BrookPlus: frappuccinos go vegan, and hybrids ape heirlooms, all in our morning news roundup.
  45. Openings
    Mini-Mart Madness: Sunac Brings the ‘Fancy Food,’ 7-Eleven Brings7-Eleven continues its inexorable advance.
  46. Celebrity Settings
    Tarantino Foots Bill at La VidaThe Inglorious Basterds director hosts a party for famous friends.
  47. Mediavore
    Mariah Carey Leaps Into Wine Business; Gordon Ramsay Set to Start TweetingThe singer is releasing a rose and television’s most fiery chef plans to go viral.
  48. Mediavore
    Pink Elephant Loses the Elephant; New Year’s License Deadline ExtendedPlus: China okays genetically modified rice, and changes in Aquavit’s kitchen, all in our morning news roundup.
  49. Marriages of Convenience Stores
    Dorchester Wawa to Become Dorchester 7-11?In this case, 7-11 is doing it just a little bit better than Wawa
  50. Oenofile
    Everyone’s A Vintner7-11 launches its own wine label.
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