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Anheuser-Busch InBev Wants to Sell More Beer That Won't Get You Drunk

Near beer is in, apparently Anheuser-Busch InBev is in the process of acquiring SABMiller, a colossal brewing merger that will make the company responsible for 30 percent of the global beer market. But as it turns out, people around the world maybe falling out of love with beer, and sales are dipping. Show More Summary

Norovirus Outbreak Strikes the Republican Convention in Cleveland

Bad news for massive crowds The Republican National Convention got off to a rocky start in Cleveland Monday, with in-fighting and a plagiarized speech dominating the headlines. Adding injury to insult, it appears an outbreak of norovirus has hit Donald Trump's nomination party. Show More Summary

How Donald Trump Would Undo Years of Restaurant Labor Reform

It's not good The newly-approved Republican national platform has been criticized for a number of reasons — it denounces same-sex (and single) parents, aims to reverse progress on gay marriage, and calls for a barrier against "the entirety of the Southern border" (or what some like to think of as a wall between the U.S. Show More Summary

11 Restaurants You Wouldn't Expect to Find in Dubai

Fom Trader Vic's to Longhorn Steakhouse Dubai is well known for its luxury shopping, architecture, and lively nightlife scene, but it also just so happens to be home to several U.S.-born restaurants. Many of which you probably wouldn't...Show More Summary

McDonald's Japan Customers Are Lovin' Pokemon Toys

The stock saw its biggest daily gain ever For McDonald's Japan, Pokémon toys are apparently the equivalent of all-day breakfast — according to recently released sales numbers, at least. Bloomberg reports McDonald's Japan saw shares jump...Show More Summary

Bratwurst-Cooking Robot Is a Feat of German Engineering

Meet the BratWurst Bot A new feat of German engineering takes the term "sausage party" to a whole new level: a bratwurst-grilling robot. The BratWurst Bot (why not just BratBot?) recently made its debut at an event for the German government...Show More Summary

How Ford Is Turning Tequila Byproducts Into Car Parts

One man's trash is another man's new car Car companies and liquor brands don't make the most sensible bedfellows, for obvious reasons. But Ford and Jose Cuervo just announced a partnership that, however surprising, seemingly makes aShow More Summary

Now Hiring: Newsletter Editor, Live Social Video Creator

One of us! One of us! Eater's social team is growing, and we're looking for talented candidates for two positions. These hires will join a hardworking, creative team and contribute to Eater's evolving engagement strategy. Interested?...Show More Summary

Is Your Stomach a Liberal or a Conservative? And More Food News

Five things to know today Happy Tuesday. Planning any summer roadtrips? This guide to essential restaurants across 23 North American cities may just prove useful. In more food news today: Do you eat like a Republican or a Democrat?;Show More Summary

11 Things to Know About Gwen, Curtis Stone's New LA Restaurant

Chinchilla barstools and so much meat Curtis Stone isn’t just a pretty face. Bravo junkies know him best as the host of Top Chef Masters (and various spin-offs), but the Australian-born chef is also an acclaimed restaurateur who just last week opened his second Los Angeles eatery, Gwen. Show More Summary

The 2016 Eater Young Guns Winners, Mapped

Italian ramen, okonomiyaki fritters, lamb pizza, and more The 2016 class of Eater Young Guns has been announced. These up-and-comers are shaking up the industry and breaking ground from the front of house and behind the bar to inside the kitchen, where specialties range from nixtamalization to pizza making. Show More Summary

Why You Should Drink House Beer

The simple pleasure of all-occassion brews As a college freshman, I remember there being no more beautiful a sight than a dorm refrigerator bursting with illicitly bought Natural Ice, stacks of identical cans beckoning my bad decisions. It was my freshman year house beer, the unwavering constant for all my wavering and falling. Show More Summary

Yelp Is Using Artificial Intelligence to Help You Find Dinner

Here's how Warning: The robots that power ever-popular review platform Yelp are becoming sentient. Okay, not really, but as Fast Company reports, the company is using artificial intelligence to better serve its millions of users. For...Show More Summary

Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette Look Globally at Their New Boston Restaurant

They won't be restricted by one cuisine. The dynamic duo of Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette is back with their latest venture. The partners behind a few acclaimed Boston and New York restaurants officially opened Little Donkey in Beantown's Central Square Monday evening, making a departure from serving a single style of cuisine. Show More Summary

Watch: All the Food Shows Nominated for Emmy Awards This Year

Feast your eyes on these clips The nominations for the 68th Emmy Awards are in, and several representatives from the food world made the cut. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which airs on CNN, was the big winner on Emmy noms day. In...Show More Summary

Book Deals: A Coloring Cookbook, Traveling with Rene Redzepi, and More

The lowdown on three upcoming books From a narrative inspired by far-flung travels to a much more grown-up and delicious-sounding coloring book, there are plenty of culinary-inspired new reads to expect in the near future. Below, a roundup...Show More Summary

Restaurant's Ill-Advised 'Black Olives Matter' Sign Sparks Controversy

Some patrons loved it, however A restaurant in Albuquerque, New Mexico has come under fire for a sign advertising its latest special: ahi tuna with tapenade. In what was meant as a play on the Black Lives Matter movement, Paisano's hung...Show More Summary

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