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This Restaurant Is One Big Unlicensed Jay Z/Beyoncé Sample

Kanye and Biggie are also referenced on the menu Beyoncé and Jay Z, the queen and king of American pop culture, are the inspirations for an odd new restaurant in Sydney, Australia called the Carter. The first floor has an Art Deco-themed...Show More Summary

Watch: The Del Posto Tasting Menu Takes Just the Right Amount of Risks

The NYC restaurant’s new executive chef is technical, but not rigid Eater’s original series 60-Second Tasting Menu offers all the elegance and intricate plating of a multi-course menu — but without the time commitment (or the price)....Show More Summary

Budweiser Really Wants to Brew Its Beer on Mars

Plus other food news to know today • Inspired no doubt by the potatoes in The Martian, beer conglomerate Anheuser-Busch has announced “plans” to brew its Budweiser beer on Mars. In the stunt unveiled at (where else?) South by Southwest,...Show More Summary

Sydney Pop-Up Beach Dinner Turns Into Shitshow of Epic Proportions

Some attendees resorted to ordering pizza This weekend in Sydney, what was supposed to be an eight-course feast on the beach turned into a makeshift pizza party — and pissed-off attendees are demanding refunds for their pricey tickets,...Show More Summary

The Politics of Cooking for Trump

What happens when chefs do business with a controversial president? Hospitality is a gift food business owners are increasingly choosing to extend — or withdraw — based on their personal politics. Some have banned President Donald Trump...Show More Summary

In New Orleans, Mondays Mean Red Beans and Rice

Chefs, historians, and experts weigh in on the Creole meal This week on How We Eat — the Eater original series exploring American regional dishes and the stories behind them — the crew pulls into the Big Easy for a master class in red beans and rice. Show More Summary

An Easy Pasta Recipe to Keep in Your ‘Back Pocket’

Because spring is almost here The first time I had ‘nduja — the spreadable Italian sausage from Calabria — it was off the gloved thumb of Norbert Wabnig, the long-time owner of The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills, a 50-year-old LA institution. Show More Summary

Why Does This Broccoli Carving Make People Want to Barf?

This food art crosses the uncanny valley Instagram users all around the world are currently obsessing over Mukimono, the Japanese art of intricate fruit and vegetable carving. One Instagram superstar in particular, gakugakugakugakugaku1, is attracting a lot of attention and racking up tons of “likes” for his intricate carvings. Show More Summary

Who Said It: Thomas Keller or Guy Fieri?

A quote quiz starring two superstar chefs Guy Fieri and Thomas Keller have a lot in common. They are two of the most famous chefs in California wine country. They both have restaurants in Las Vegas and New York City. They both suffered blows from New York Times critic Pete Wells. Show More Summary

The New Pujol Is Up and Running in Mexico City

Checking in with chef Enrique Olvera on the first days of service The past few months have seen several beloved restaurants reinvent themselves. In New York City, Danny Meyer relocated his iconic Union Square Cafe. In Charleston, Sean Brock gave McCrady’s an ambitious two-part transformation. Show More Summary

BritBox Brings a Slew of UK Cooking and Travel Shows to US

Some shows are available for the first time in the US BritBox, a new Netflix-like streaming service geared at British expats and Anglophiles, lets users pick and choose whatever they want from over 2,000 hours of UK TV shows for $6.99 per month. Show More Summary

At Workmen’s Cafe, Lunchtime Is a Meat-and-Three Paradise

Chef Angie Bellinger serves ribs, collard greens, and more Despite never planning for a life in restaurants, Angie Bellinger is the one-woman show behind Workmen’s Cafe in James Island, South Carolina. “We went over the menu before we...Show More Summary

No One Should Ever Pay $25,000 for One Taco

Seriously, this is too much money Tacos are great. People love tacos so much that the creation of a taco emoji was cause for celebration. When executed properly, a taco is delicious, and it can carry a wide variety of flavors and textures. Show More Summary

Starbucks’ New Spring Cups Are Not Easter Cups

Everyone remain calm For the first time ever, Starbucks is releasing special cups just for springtime. They come in three colors inspired by Pantone’s springtime trends: A sunny yellow (Venti), a robin’s egg blue (Grande), and a leafy green (Tall). Show More Summary

Domino’s Ordered to Cough Up $500K in Back Wages

The chain allegedly did not pay workers overtime or reimburse their drivers for gas Domino’s may be crushing it when it comes to technological innovations, but its labor practices aren’t quite as impressive as its autonomous pizza robots. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Knows Absolutely Nothing About Ireland

The chain needs to study up on Irish culture All-American fast-food chain McDonald’s may need to study up on Ireland’s cultural heritage if it wants to attract customers on the Emerald Isle. In an attempt to advertise the return of its Shamrock Shake, Mickey D’s stitched together a bunch of cultural symbols. Show More Summary

At NYC’s High Street on Hudson, Chefs Have No Patience for Fussy Food

The ‘Leave It to Us’ menu allows for a more relaxed experience Conjure the “classic” image of a tasting menu, and it probably consists of multiple courses, pressed white tablecloths, and multiple forks of varying sizes. But the teamShow More Summary

Chipotle Will Shut Down All ShopHouse Asian Kitchen Restaurants

All 15 locations will close on March 17 Beleaguered chain Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. will shut down all 15 of its ShopHouse Asian Kitchen restaurants next week. The fast-casual company plans to sell the leases for each location, according to Nation’s Restaurant News. Show More Summary

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