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'It's really important to note that there's no smiling.'
We're not sure on the legality of the titles. Professional athletes are already treated like royalty, but a Chipotle in Washington, D.C., is really trying to drive that narrative home. On Saturday Kirk Cousins, the quarterback for Washington's...Show More Summary
Once again, the Eater universe is expanding. While we have the dynamic food landscape of the United States (and Montreal, Canada) pretty well documented across 24 local city sites and the main Eater.com site, much of the world still lacks the intense on the ground restaurant world coverage Eater is known for. Show More Summary
Stumptown is hitting the big time. Peet's Coffee & Tea, the other West Coast-based caffeine giant, is making a big acquisition. Peet's is in the process of buying independent Portland, Ore., outfit Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Stumptown...Show More Summary
Look out for these up and coming coffee roasters. The U.S. has emerged as a leader in specialty coffee thanks to the growing number of discerning, quality-minded consumers looking beyond latte art. Customers want to know from where beans are sourced, how they are roasted, and the nuanced flavor profiles to expect in the cup. Show More Summary
Had the chain not settled, they could have had to pay upwards of $20 million. Another day, another legal battle for Whole Foods: According to Top Class Actions, the spendy grocery store chain has settled one of the many lawsuits on its docket and must hand over $803,000 to do so. Show More Summary
How charmingly passive-aggressive. Most patrons of casual dining chains have likely come to take the presence of rowdy kids in stride, but not two women in Idaho. Annoyed by a screaming child at the next table, diners at a Texas Roadhouse...Show More Summary
SABMiller reportedly turned down AB-InBev's initial $100 billion offer. The world's two biggest beer companies are poised to merge — but the smaller of the two is apparently playing hard to get. According to Bloomberg, beverage behemoth...Show More Summary
Plus, Burger King shutters all of its locations in Costa Rica. — Oops. General Mills is recalling millions of boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios. Turns out the cereal — which GM advertises is gluten-free — might actually contain some gluten thanks to a flour-related incident at one of its production facilities. Show More Summary
Pisco is taking U.S. cocktail culture by storm. But what is it and where does it come from? Peruse the cocktail list at your favorite watering hole and past the classics some may stumble across a Pisco Sour, or perhaps an entirely different drink made with Peru's spirit of choice, pisco. The U.S. Show More Summary
Louisville barbecue finds a home in this dive bar's parking lot.
You can't order both from McDonald's all-day breakfast menu. McDonald's officially launches its all-day breakfast menu today, but depending on where in the U.S. you live, the options will be quite different. The chain previously announced...Show More Summary
As all-day breakfast rolls out nationwide, an Eater critic on what to order (and what to avoid) As you order breakfast at McDonald’s, an employee ties up a trash bag. A dour manager hears out a stressed-out employee. Cashiers shout, "Can I help who’s next?" Someone mops the floor. Show More Summary
"They did the responsible thing. They stopped doing it as soon as they were caught."
Some people really love this seasonal beverage. America's obsession with Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte may have gone too far. The famous beverage has already become self-aware and created a Twitter account, and now it's formed a mysterious...Show More Summary
The tour starts next week. Acclaimed Mexican chef Enrique Olvera is hitting the road to celebrate the release of his first English-language cookbook Mexico from the Inside Out. Olvera, the man behind New York City's Cosme will hit the Big Apple (October 12, 14, and 17), San Diego (October 18), San Francisco (October 20), and St. Show More Summary
The group says an apology is not enough. The African-American women's book club that was kicked off of a Napa Valley Wine Train for "laughing and talking too loud" has officially filed a lawsuit against the company. The incident took...Show More Summary
'We're looking for answers. We're looking for dietary salvation.'
Only 6,500 will be available on October 21. Calling all Back to the Future fans: Pepsi is releasing a limited edition bottle emulating the futuristic version shown in the 1989 film Back to the Future Part II. In the movie, actor Michael J. Show More Summary