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The Avenue Delicatessen Coming Soon to Lansdowne
The new operation will perfectly marry Italian and Jewish deli traditions.
Alla Spina: So Close, You Can Almost Smell the Mortadella Hot Dogs
The chef’s tweets make this one of the worst kept secrets of recent memory.
Arby’s Neon Cowboy Hat Coming Off in Santa Monica
The Lincoln location will soon be replaced by a Wendy’s.
Brickhouse Kitchen Flies A Sign of the Times
Will new signage be enough to lure diners away from the wait at Joe’s?
Adventures in Eastern European Candy Punctuation
A rare sighting of a double baseline quote mark in the wild. Exciting!
Cause for Concern: The Blown-Up Food Photos of the East Village
If this keeps up, the neighborhood might just turn into one big Applebee’s picture menu.
Did Gapers Block Get Ripped Off by a NYC Restaurant?
Did Daniel Boloud “borrow” the Gapers Block logo for his latest New York restaurant?
Tag, You’re It: The Violet Hour’s New Look
An 80’s-style wall of graffiti is underway on the wall outside the Wicker Park lounge.
D’Manilan’s Fishpond: Multiple-Personality Restaurant Disorder?
How many restaurants can one awning hold?
See Thru Chinese Kitchen, and Other Terrible Names
The Chicago restaurant with the dubious honor of being one of the worst-named restaurants in the world.
Sign of the Times? Tailor Makes Itself More Conspicuous
The previously unmarked restaurant keeps adding signage.
Good Grammar, Good Food
Feel superior in the express line.
As Seen on TV
Hope & Anchor is keeping signage leftover from a TV shoot.
Good Dumpling House Wants You to Know About Its Coca-Cola Chicken
Will new signage make ‘cola chicken’ all the rage?
Is the removal of the RESTAURANT sign from Double Crown’s façade a tragedy, or just a clean-up job?