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McDonald’s Upends 10,000 Years of Patriarchy with One Weird Trick

The fast-food behemoth will flip its logo to make a “W,” in support of the female workers it’s committed to underpaying Great news, everyone: To help celebrate International Women’s Day (which is tomorrow, March 8), McDonald’s, the fast-food behemoth with a $97.72 billion global valuation, has solved gender inequality by futzing with its logo. Show More Summary

What to Do Between Meals in Texas

From bourbon tasting in Dallas to fine art in Marfa, things to do — and where to stay — when you’re not busy eating Face it: Great trips are planned around great meals. There are, however, a few things that even the most perfect plate...Show More Summary

Everything You Know About Tex-Mex Is Wrong

Overshadowed by barbecue in its home state, Tex-Mex is the most important, least understood regional cuisine in America The official version of chili con carne can only be made by people from Texas. It’s literally the law: In 1977, the...Show More Summary

The State of Dining in Texas

All of America should be paying attention to the Lone Star state — its food scene has never been more exhilarating Texas has 261,232 square miles to fathom — roughly the combined landmass of New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia — including six major, fiercely distinctive cities. Show More Summary

The 38 Best Texas Restaurants, Mapped

Where to eat in Austin, Houston, Dallas, and beyond The time has come for Eater’s first-ever guide to Texas, wherein we choose the 38 essential restaurants in a state so immense it stands plainly as a region unto itself. Sure, this collection...Show More Summary

The 38 Essential Restaurants of Texas

Smoky brisket, breakfast tacos, chile con carne, and 200,000 square miles of belt-busting beauty The time has come: We’re messing with Texas. Eater’s “Regional 38” series previously named the vital dining destinations across three fertile swaths of America: the South, New England, and the Great Lakes region of the Midwest. Show More Summary

The Best-Designed Restaurants Across 13 Eater Cities 

Stone-cold stunners, from Portland to London A restaurant makes a first impression with its decor, even if diners say they’re ultimately there for the food. Eater pays tribute to the stunners of the restaurant world with its Design of the Year awards, both nationally and across Eater cities. In 2017, several standout restaurants caught the eye. Show More Summary

The MacGyver-Like Genius of Waffle House’s ‘No Water’ Menu

No waffles, no hash browns — but there’s still coffee A water main break in DeKalb County, Georgia, which is home to a portion of the city of Atlanta and multiple metro-Atlanta municipalities, left some residents and businesses without H2O and the entire county under a boil-water advisory Wednesday morning. Show More Summary

More Accusations Fly Between Grace Owner and Former Chef Curtis Duffy

‘Kantaro: the Sweet Tooth Salaryman’ Is the Netflix Show for Dessert Fanatics

An Oscar-nominated short film and more streaming recommendations for the weekend This post originally appeared on March 2, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. If you’re reading these words, that means that the weekend has finally arrived. Show More Summary

Jonathan Gold Weighs In on New Noma

The LA Times critic files the first major review Jonathan Gold went to New Noma, everyone! Copenhagen chef-icon René Redzepi relaunched his groundbreaking tasting menu destination only a few weeks ago, and the LA Times critic managed to snag one of the hard-to-get reservations. Show More Summary

At These Restaurants, the Social Mission Comes First

How Rooster Soup Co., the Perennial, and others bake giving back into the business model On a near-daily basis, any successful chef or restaurateur fields requests to contribute toward some cause or charity. One week it’s a gala, another week it’s the local sports team’s fundraiser. Show More Summary

5 Unforgettable Food Scenes From This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

From the Froot Loops in Get Out to the fresh peaches in Call Me By Your Name This Sunday, Hollywood’s most famous actors and filmmakers will don their finest attire, pose for the paparazzi, and collect gift bags with worth tens of thousands of dollars at the 90th annual Academy Awards ceremony. Show More Summary

February’s Six Biggest Food Stories

Dave Chang on Ugly Delicious, Olive Garden’s pasta nachos, and a Peter Rabbit controversy This week on the Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the most interesting food stories of February. We discuss the Peter Rabbit allergy controversy;...Show More Summary

Paula Wolfert Gets the James Beard Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award

OpenTable’s CEO reflects on the #MeToo movement, plus more food and restaurant news from across the country Cookbook author Paula Wolfert is the James Beard Foundation’s 2018 Lifetime Achievement honoree. The expert on MediterraneanShow More Summary

Watch the Steamy First Trailer for Restaurant TV Drama ‘Sweetbitter’

The series, based on a best-selling novel from a former hospitality worker, is slated to premiere on May 6 Sweetbitter, Stephanie Danler’s best-selling novel about a young waitress who gets swept up in the drama of the NYC food world,...Show More Summary

In Praise of The Florida Project’s Food Scenes

A look at the role food plays in the Oscar-nominated film At the Holiday Inn Express Orlando-South Lake Buena Vista dining room in Kissimmee, Florida, a mere nine miles from Walt Disney World, trays of fresh fruit, muffins, assorted pastries, and bacon are set on a granite buffet table. Show More Summary

A Sushi Bar to Put a Hot Mexico City Restaurant Group on the U.S. Map

Tucked behind a taco shop, Hiden is the latest project from the buzzy Edo Kobayashi brand Edo Kobayashi — the hospitality group that helped shape Mexico City’s up-and-coming Little Tokyo neighborhood — is preparing to open its second U.S. Show More Summary

Chef Dan Barber’s New Plan to Grow Gourmet Vegetables at Scale

He’s connecting breeders to chefs to bring hybrid seeds to the masses New York chef and restaurateur Dan Barber wants to disrupt the seed business. A longtime critic of the industrial agriculture system, Barber has become known in recent...Show More Summary

How (And Why) SF Bagel Chain Wise Sons Opened an Outpost In Tokyo

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