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Five Restaurant Chains to Watch in 2018

From Starbucks to Halal Guys, these brands are making big moves this year 2017 was a tough year for many chains, particularly of the mid-level variety: Casual dining stalwarts like Applebee’s, Chili’s, and TGI Fridays have had a rough...Show More Summary

Burrito Warrior Eats at Chipotle for 426 Consecutive Days

Plus, who forgot to give Mariah Carey her hot tea on New Year’s Eve? A Chipotle mega-fan in Ohio recently set the record for most consecutive visits to the chain with 426 meals under his belt. The burrito eater in question is also a huge Batman fan and goes by the name Bruce Wayne. Show More Summary

Literally Every Single Food Trend Predicted to Take Over 2018

This is the year for regional Mexican food, Earl Grey tea, and... “functional mushrooms” Food trends are fleeting, as anyone with a fondue set gathering dust in their kitchen cabinet can attest, yet every winter food companies, PR firms,...Show More Summary

The 5 Best Food TV Episodes of 2017

It was a good year for food TV This post originally appeared on December 22, 2017, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. This is the perfect weekend to catch up on the best food-related TV shows of the year. Show More Summary

Take a Look Around D.C.’s Hottest New Restaurant

Chef Erik Bruner-Yang’s Brothers and Sisters is drawing in crowds

The Most Beautiful Restaurants of 2017

Feast your eyes on these 15 incredible designs As 2017 comes to its end, Eater takes a look back at the best restaurant designs of the year. Great restaurant design is transportive and transformative — and this year’s designs delivered. Last...Show More Summary

Burger King Might Give You $5 If You Overpaid For a Croissan’wich

Plus, Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes are the sugary cereal mashup of the year Burger King settled a class-action suit alleging that its two-for-one Croissan’wich deal actually inflated prices. A woman in Maryland noticed that purchasing a Croissan’wich with a buy-one-get-one-free coupon cost more than buying a breakfast sandwich without a coupon. Show More Summary

Chick-fil-A Inspires a Sincere Slow Jam From a Diehard Fan

A new theme song for anyone who’s ever craved nuggets on a Sunday For anyone who’s ever pulled up in a Chick-fil-A drive-thru with visions of waffle fries dancing in their head, only to come to the tragic realization that it’s Sunday...Show More Summary

When There Are No More Fish

Climate change, drought, and development have devastated Cambodia's Tonlé Sap Lake, which feeds millions across Southeast Asia Talk to a fisherman anywhere in the world and it won’t be long before you’ll hear the tales: the first catch, the one that got away, the really big one. Show More Summary

A Look Back at 2017’s Biggest Food Trends

Jamaican food, pot edibles, and soft serve saw big rises in Google searches this year Some could say 2017 was a year of politics, confusion, shock, and uncertainty. But a poke at Google Trends data shows that in the food world at least, there were many opportunities to escape the commotion that was the rest of living in 2017. Show More Summary

Twitter Mourns the Loss of Guy Fieri’s Times Square Restaurant

Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar will close December 31 The NYC branch of Flavortown is saying goodbye, cruel world. Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar in Times Square will serve its last squirt of Donkey Sauce on December 31, Eater NY reports. News...Show More Summary

Watch: The Nepalese Momos Drawing People in to This Ohio Grocery Store

‘Open Road’ visits Saraga International to sample pork and chicken dumplings Dumplings are universal comfort foods, and in 2016 a small stall in one of Columbus’s international groceries became a phenomenon with its specialties — the Tibetan and Nepali staples called momos. Show More Summary

Ritzy California Resort Under Fire for Allegedly Exploiting Foreign Workers

A complaint alleges Terranea may have violated federal human trafficking laws

Introducing the Restaurants of the Year in Eater Cities

From perfect pasta in Venice Beach to crudo at DC’s most exiting opening The Eater Awards celebrate the restaurants, chefs, and projects that truly made their mark across cities in 2017. One of the most prestigious categories is Restaurant...Show More Summary

Brewing Giants Are Looking to Cut Utah’s Beer Supply

The state’s most popular (but weakest) brew is under threat Beer-drinking Utahans could end up with very few beer choices on their shelves as brewing giant Anheuser-Busch considers major cutbacks to the production of 3.2 percent beer...Show More Summary

How America Dined in 2017

A look back at the defining moments and trends from 22 Eater cities As the unhinged, oft-lamented year 2017 careens toward its merciful end, Eater takes a look back at what actually happened in North America’s dining capitals. Despite...Show More Summary

The Best Food Tweets of 2017

It was a big year for tweeting food brands What a year it’s been for Twitter. The President of the United States has used his timeline to insult constituents and bait unstable enemies. Chief executive officer Jack Dorsey has regularly been the target of abuse due to his social media platform’s ongoing problems with abuse. Show More Summary

LeBron James Has Learned to Love Wine

Plus, what would happen if you stuffed a chile pepper in your eye? USA Today has the heartwarming story of how basketballer LeBron James came to love wine even though his daughter said that expensive bottles “tasted like rocks.” Oh,Show More Summary

The Washington Post Panned Bojangles’ Biscuits and a North Carolina Senator Is Outraged

Thom Tillis is furious over a taste test that declared them almost as bad as Burger King's A North Carolina senator feels his home state has been slighted by the Washington Post, and he’s not going to stand for it. The contentious topic...Show More Summary

Everything Donald Trump Ate in 2017

The year in well-done steaks and Diet Coke It’s been a wild first year for the United States’s 45th president, Donald Trump. From nuclear war-threatening tweet storms to investigations into alleged Russian collusion, each day of 2017 has unfolded with a new surprise from the Oval Office. The food world has not been immune to those changes. Show More Summary

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