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Restaurant closes the day after receiving a Michelin star

Caption Close One of China’s most lauded culinary experiences suddenly closed Thursday, one day after receiving a Michelin star. Shanghai’s Taian Table, which has only been open for six months, was awarded a Michelin star on Wednesday for its “excellent ingredients and clever recipes.” Neighbors, however, found it less than clever that the loud, busy […]

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The Rabbit Hole bar-restaurant throws grand opening party in Old Town

The Rabbit Hole, a curiouser and curiouser Alice in Wonderland-themed sports-friendly bar and restaurant in Old Town, soft-opened Sept. 1 but will hold its grand opening Thursday. The party starts at 8 p.m. with complimentary apps (Cajun chicken strips, steakhouse sliders and cheese curds), wine and cocktails (Queen’s Negroni, The White Rabbit on the Dirty […]

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New Gather restaurant to bring simple dishes to Eastern Market

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Restaurant openings: Mango Pickle brings Indian to Edgewater, MingHin hits suburbs

When Marisa Paolillo moved to India with her husband in 2005, it was for a change in his work. But during their nine-year stay overseas, it was her work that would change most. Paolillo went from corporate work to a Mumbai kitchen, where she cooked in a California-style restaurant called Table. That change has become […]

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How Restaurant Blogs Redefined Dining Forever

The dinner rush at the Spotted Pig, one of New York’s preeminent dining destinations. Photo: M. Cooper For those of us who fritter away our days (and nights) dreaming up catchy top-ten listicles, posting images of our cocktails and half-eaten desserts on Instagram, and obsessively trawling the online galaxy for the latest viral food sensation, […]

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What Happens When Yelp Restaurant Reviews Turn Political?

Enlarge this image The First American Fried Chicken restaurant in Elizabeth, N.J., saw its Yelp reviews plummet after the owner’s son Ahmad Khan Rahami was arrested as a suspect in last weekend’s bombings in New York and New Jersey. Mel Evans/AP hide caption toggle caption Mel Evans/AP The First American Fried Chicken restaurant in Elizabeth, […]

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Pepsi’s First Restaurant Isn’t What You’d Expect

PepsiCo opened the company’s first-ever restaurant this week in Manhattan’s trendy Chelsea neighborhood. There wasn’t a single Lay’s potato chip, Dorito, or Pepsi bottle in sight. The food-and-beverage conglomerate—known as a purveyor of 22 billion-dollar brands in the snack and soda aisles—on Thursday officially kicked off the opening of the Kola House restaurant, which serves […]

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Controversial restaurant sign draws protests in the wake of St. Cloud mall stabbing

Muslim community leaders in Minnesota have denounced a restaurant owner who posted a controversial sign in the wake of the stabbing incident at a St. Cloud mall Saturday.  On Monday, a sign appeared outside Treats Family Restaurant in Lonsdale, Minn. that read “Muslims get out.” Owner Dan Ruedinger told Lonsdale News Review that after he […]

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McDonald’s Corporation Could Have a Whole New Restaurant Concept in the Works

Image Source: McDonald’s. McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) just opened up a new restaurant in Paris, but it would hardly be recognizable to fans of the chain’s burgers and fries. The new Parisian restaurant, branded as a McCafe-only location, more closely resembles a Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) than a traditional McDonald’s. The cafe offers coffee and pastries such as macaroons, cupcakes, tiramisu, and […]

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Food For Thought: 10 Restaurants That Shaped America

Enlarge this image “You can’t have the modern American restaurant without Delmonico’s,” explains Yale historian Paul Freedman. The restaurant opened in 1837, setting the bar very high for fine dining. Above, a dinner in honor of an admiral held at Delmonico’s in 1906. Library of Congress hide caption toggle caption Library of Congress “You can’t […]

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