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Can Restaurants Be Fixed From the Inside?
The industry is grappling with ideas to save its workforce.
How Chefs Are Making the Flavors of India Shine in the American South
“This deep sense of hospitality really rings true in both cultures.”
The End of Craft Beer
“Craft beer is just about to completely explode and become unrecognizable to itself.”
Brooklyn Artist Says Starbucks Copied Her Work for a Frappuccino Ad
Muralist Maya Hayuk filed a lawsuit against the coffee chain for $750,000.
103 Beautiful Dishes: The Most Visually Exciting Food in America Right Now
Grub Street called up the country’s best chefs with one simple directive: Show us the most beautiful thing that’s on your menu right now.
The Chain Gang
McDonald’s Figures Out That People Sort of Hate Going to McDonald’s
The megachain’s profits take a dive while Chipotle just keeps on killing it.
Tom Colicchio’s Next TV Show Will Be ‘Completely Different’
“I’m laboring over this, because I want to get it right.”
Trouble in Roosterland
City Council Declares Sriracha Factory Smell a Public Nuisance
Huy Fong Foods will have 90 days to remedy the situation before the city takes action.
The Grub Street Diet
Kenny Mellman Treats Himself to Double-Dipped Roast-Beef Sandwiches
“I am a sucker for strange packaged food products, and Jif just began manufacturing peanut-butter whip, which is like whipped cream cheese but peanut butter.”
Trader Joe’s Nixes Benefits for Part-time Employees
The company’s CEO says employees should be fine under Obamacare — provided they have another job.
Eater Bites Hand That Feeds
Eater is offering $25 for other blogs to shut down.
Burger King and the Dream of the One-Dollar Double Cheeseburger
Franchisees reject BK Corporate’s plan to undercut McDonald’s.
Awaken to Peeps
The marshmallow creatures get a brick-and-mortar store.