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‘Master of None’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 5, ‘The Dinner Party’

All of a sudden, Dev’s life is full of new romantic possibilities Plot: “The Dinner Party” is about a perfect evening with a less-than-perfect ending. Dev is now fully in the swing of his gig hosting Clash of the Cupcakes. His buddies...Show More Summary

‘Master of None’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 4, ‘First Date’

One night, many awkward dates Plot: As the name implies, this episode shows a series of Dev’s first dates, spliced for the viewer into one evening. The episode opens on a funeral with a woman furiously swiping through her dating app Love At First Sight and matching with Dev. Show More Summary

‘Master of None’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 3, ‘Religion’

Dev weighs piety vs. pork Plot: The opening scene depicts children of various faiths being dragged by their parents to places of worship. A young Dev is having breakfast at a friend’s house, where he tastes pork — bacon — for the first time. Show More Summary

‘Master of None’ Season 2 Recap: Episode 2, ‘Le Nozze’

Dev and Arnold have dinner at one of the world’s best restaurants Plot: Arnold (Eric Werheim) is in town for a visit, and he and Dev plan to fill their weekend together with as much food as possible. They sample bites around town, and...Show More Summary

Mister Jiu’s Is a Love Letter to America’s Oldest Chinatown

Traditional Cantonese meets California lushness in San Francisco When Mister Jiu’s opened in San Francisco’s Chinatown in April 2016, it became only the third restaurant to occupy its building since it was constructed in the 1880s. Chef and owner Brandon Jew is a native of the city. Show More Summary

Graham Elliot Will Have a Restaurant Again — In Macau

The Chicago-based MasterChef judge gets back in the saddle White-glasses-wearing MasterChef judge Graham Elliot is getting back into the restaurant business: After closing every single property he operated, news comes via the Macau Daily Times that the Chicago-based chef is opening a restaurant called Coast in the upcoming MGM Cotai. Show More Summary

LA’s Grandest Pasta Dreams Come to Life in Rossoblu

Inside the eagerly awaited Italian restaurant by chef Steve Samson

The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Mexico City

Where to find Oaxacan cuisine, Michoacan gazpacho, and more in Mexico’s capital city Today, Eater heads to Mexico City to take a look at 12 buzzy spots from the past year. For this installment, food and travel writer Natalia de la Rosa...Show More Summary

Dear White Chefs: Stop Talking, Start Listening

When people of color say we’re kept in the margins, don’t write us off When Preeti Mistry, the chef-owner of Juhu Beach Club and Navi Kitchen in Oakland, California, first met Thomas Keller, she was starstruck. “I left feeling like I...Show More Summary

Burger King’s Mac ‘n’ Cheetos Make a Comeback

Plus, a politician calls Jamie Oliver a “tosser” and more Burger King is bringing back novelty dish and millennial-bait Mac ‘n’ Cheetos for a limited time on Mat 18. Basically it’s macaroni and cheese coated in Cheetos flavoring and deep fried. Show More Summary

Dunkin’ Donuts Briefly Flirts With Nixing K-Cups

Many argue the little coffee pods are killing the environment Earlier this week, Dunkin’ Donuts shareholders debated whether or not to reconsider its booming K-cup business — aka those disposable single-serve coffee pods made ubiquitous by manufacturer Keurig Green Mountain. Show More Summary

Pepsi Wants to Win You Back With Cinnamon Swill

Maybe this will erase people's memories of Kendall Jenner Unpredictable soda titan Pepsi is rolling out a new limited-edition spicy concoction just in time for summer called Pepsi Fire. Like Fireball Whisky, the wildly popular product that Pepsi is perhaps trying to emulate here minus the booze, the heat in this drink comes from cinnamon seasoning. Show More Summary

Sister Pie's Lisa Ludwinski Balances Shop Growth With Personal Goals

The Eater Young Gun alum is following her dream of writing a cookbook There’s an antique glass cabinet inside Sister Pie, a small, corner bakery in the West Village neighborhood of Detroit. Known fondly as the “piebrary,” the inside is filled with mismatched mugs, trinkets, and assorted cookbooks. Show More Summary

Mother’s Day Is KFC’s Biggest Sales Day of the Year

Nothing says “I love you” like a bucket of fried chicken Kentucky Fried Chicken has been pulling out all the stops to lure millennials lately, but perhaps the chain should be focusing on their moms. According to data provided by Yum Brands, KFC's best day of business is Mother's Day, and it's not even close. Show More Summary

Watch: This Korean Bakery’s Pastries Are Insanely Fluffy

“K-Town” heads to White Windmill in Atlanta for red bean buns and manju One of the most unique parts of a Korean community is its bakeries, which focus on a specific style of baking. Rooted in Japanese and European tradition, Koreans...Show More Summary

Sign Up for Bill Addison’s Newsletter ‘Notes From a Roving Critic’

Delicious extras and outtakes from our restaurant editor’s travels across the country Sign up here for Bill Addison’s newsletter. As Eater’s restaurant editor, I spend much of my life on the road — crisscrossing America (and occasionally beyond) to report on the places that shape and define modern dining. Show More Summary

To Get Free Avocado Toast for a Whole Year, Just Buy This House

Is this really the best way to attract millennials? Hey, millennials: One Australian real estate agent has the solution to your home-buying trepidation, in the form of your favorite brunch item. As Time points out, intrepid BrisbaneShow More Summary

United Tried to Piggyback on Wendy's Nugget Boy and It Didn't Go Well

Sometimes brands need to cool it Following a slew of PR disasters, beleaguered airline company United tried to win back some good will among consumers by engaging with Carter Wilkerson AKA Wendy’s nugget boy on Twitter. The brand’s first...Show More Summary

When Will the Food World Embrace Moon Juice?

The LA brand hopes to go from “wellness” phenomenon to legitimate foodie craving For all the adaptogen superherbs and potent “rewilding” tonics it peddles, Moon Juice is highly inflammatory. Mention of the Venice, California, juice bar-turned-wellness...Show More Summary

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