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High-End London Restaurant Caught Serving Illegal Shark Fins

Shark fins are a highly controversial ingredient. An upscale Chinese restaurant in London — considered one of the best in the city by several publications — has been caught with an illegal stash of shark fins. According to the Independent,...Show More Summary

SF's Tartine Bakery Merges With Blue Bottle Coffee, Plans Major Expansion

New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo are all on the short list. San Francisco's beloved Tartine Bakery, which was founded in 2002 by baker Chad Robertson and pastry chef Elisabeth Prueitt, has merged with Blue Bottle Coffee, the Bay Area-based roaster and retailer. Show More Summary

Welcome Spring With Blackbelly Market's Blackberry and Mint Margarita Recipe

Welcome to A Drink You Can Actually Make, Eater's first ever recipe series dedicated to simple cocktails from new bars across the country. Toward the end of last year, Hosea Rosenberg, winner of Top Chef season five, opened Blackbelly...Show More Summary

Danny Meyer Owns Over $450 Million of Shake Shack Stock

The stock has tripled in price since the company went public. Restaurateur Danny Meyer is worth well over $450 million these days thanks to a recent increase in Shake Shack's stock prices. According to Forbes, Meyer's burger chain has "nearly tripled in value" — aside from a brief dip in March — since going public in January. Show More Summary

JJ Abrams Buys Pizza for Everyone in Line at Star Wars Convention

The 48-year-old director and producer Kathleen Kennedy treated hardcore fans of the sci-fi franchise. Die-hard fans who camped out Wednesday at the Anaheim Convention Center, waiting in line for a Star Wars: The Force Awakens Q & A, were treated to a nice surprise from the director, J.J. Show More Summary

The Average Price of a Burger Across American Cities

Would you pay $9.52 for a burger? Burgers — one of America's most popular foods — are popular on both coasts and everywhere in-between. But they cost can vary greatly depending on where in the country you eat them. Restaurant delivery...Show More Summary

René Redzepi, Dominique Crenn, and Other Big Chefs are Swapping Kitchens for a Day

It's musical chairs with some of the world's best chefs. Gelinaz! is back with a vengeance. On July 9, the playful chef collective will make a return to the culinary scene with its Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle: 37 of the world's best chefs will, according to the website, "be swapping lives, identities... Show More Summary

Classic Burgers to Try From Coast to Coast

All of these burgers have loads of flavor, but there's not a lot of fuss. Atlanta Austin Boston Charleston Dirty Martin's Place, Austin. [Photo] Chicago Dallas Detroit Pie 'n Burger, LA. [Photo] Las Vegas Los Angeles Maine Burger Joint, NYC. Show More Summary

The Future Has Arrived With This Sushi Conveyor Belt Ride

We may have reached peak technology. Virtual reality has been around for decades, but the idea of immersive computerized simulation never really got much traction, for whatever reason. Now perhaps, this will all change: for sushi lovers,...Show More Summary

Americans Live Paycheck to Paycheck Because They Dine Out Too Much

But it's good news for the restaurant industry. Does your restaurant habit leave you broke? You're not alone. Now a new study from SunTrust bank show that a number of households who earn $75,000 a year are living paycheck to paycheck...Show More Summary

Fast Food Fries: The Definitive, Unscientific Ranking

Everyone hates the fries at Checkers, Jack in the Box, and Sonic. This highly subjective, completely unscientific poll ranks French fries sold at America's top 10 burger chains. Two dozen Eater editors and critics from across the country...Show More Summary

Japan Is Losing Its Marbles Over a Patty-Free Burger

It has just lettuce and sauce. Japanese burger chain Lotteria is offering an exciting new shrimp burger without any of the dangers of actually having to eat fast food shrimp. The burger consists of a bun, a squirt of tartar sauce, and a small bed of lettuce. Show More Summary

Don't Freeze Coffee, and 5 Other Tips for Treating Beans

A coffee pro offers tips on how to best treat beans. It’s a triumph to buy great coffee, but thanks to oxygen what happens once the beans reach home can reduce a premiere microroast to nothing better than a commodity cup. Below, coffee...Show More Summary

The 21 Essential Hamburgers of America

Introducing the burger lover's ultimate bucket list, from classic iterations to the best bistro burgers. In 2001, New York City chef Daniel Boulud famously changed the hamburger game, convincing a nation of thin-patty burger eaters that they suddenly wanted — nay, needed — truffles and foie gras stuffed into the formerly utilitarian dish. Show More Summary

McDonald's All-Day Breakfast Test Does Not Include McGriddles and Biscuits

Fret not, hash browns are still on the all-day menu. McDonald's announced last month that it will soon test an all-day breakfast menu. However, the all-day menu is missing some crucial items. According to Burger Business, when the chain begins its test next week in San Diego, there will be a limited menu. Show More Summary

Ohio KFC Robbed of Its Chicken Twice in One Week

Thieves have stolen $7,800 worth of chicken to date. People can't stop stealing chicken from a KFC in Toledo, Ohio. According to the Toledo Blade, for the second time this week, a local KFC was the victim of a "large-scale chicken theft" on Thursday. Show More Summary

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