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Irish Burger Chain Says McDonald’s Is Hoarding Trademarks That Start With ‘Mc’
Supermac’s contends that soon “any McGrath, McCarthy, or McDermott with a business idea” could get a cease-and-desist.
Diner Tips Irish Server $750 So He Can Fly Home to See His Family
“My initial reaction was shouting, ‘Holy s—!’”
Sprite Releases ‘Brutally Refreshing’ Ads That End Up Just Being Misogynistic
Some of the winning lines include “She’s seen more ceilings than Michelangelo” and “A 2 at 10 is a 10 at 2!”
Kid Scores Bag of Crystal Meth As His Kinder Egg Surprise
This definitely wasn’t the
A Restaurant Allegedly Booted a Gay Couple on Their Anniversary for
Customers reportedly complained that their hand-holding was “disgusting.”
European Beef Is Back in America After a 16-Year Ban
Ireland will be the continent’s first exporter since the outbreak of mad cow disease.
Unsafe at Any Speed
Approval of Irish Village’s ‘Tipsy Driving’ Plan Drives Some
Pubs are endangered. So let’s let ‘em bend the rules a little?
Irish Scientists Make Guinness Greener
Substituting microscopic plant fibers for nitrogen-laden plastic widgets is not only more environmentally sound, it’s also more cost effective.
Jamie Oliver’s Food Fails with Kids; Comme Ca Opening in Vegas
When the Naked Chef cooked for a West Virginia school, kids stopped buying food, while David Myers sets his sights on Sin City.
Bauer Seeks Silence; Economy Hits Irish Restos Hard
Michael Voltaggio Hits The Gulf; Costco Cuts Coke
contestant cooks in Qatar and a famous soda gets canned at a major outlet.
Open Kitchens on the Rise; Another Bid for Cadbury
Plus: no Coke at Costco, and Chipotle hops the pond, all in our morning news roundup.