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Twin Peaks: Ice Cold Beer and Huge … Mugs.

You’ve seen it all before. Waitresses in tight tank tops and orange short-shorts. Or perhaps knee socks and a mini-kilt with a crop top. The All-American male dream: scantily clad women serving cold beverages. 552 more words

Bar Food

Ideas and Strategies for Getting Your Wines into Pennsylvania Restaurants

By: Kathy Kelley

Regardless of the type of meal or meal occasion, consumers must consider several issues when choosing the café or restaurant: the amount of money available to spend on the meal; what friends/families mentioned about their experiences and/or what has been posted online about the restaurant; the physical appearance; etc. 2,254 more words

Wine Marketing

The time we went to Buca di Beppo for a free dessert and instead ate $16 in bruschetta plus some whipped cream

So, I (AK) get a whole crap ton and a half of promotional e-mails. It all started 3 or 4 years ago when I went on a certifiable spree, adding myself to eClubs and mailing lists left and right. 262 more words


Restaurant Review: Fado Irish Pub

I’ve only come here for the two most generic events here: St. Patrick’s Day and the World Cup. However, I would gladly return on another day or night because I really like this place. 241 more words

River North

NYC May Become First U.S. City To Require High-Sodium Warning Labels At Chain Restaurants

The health war wages on in New York City, where the ghost of the failed ban on large sodas is said to still haunt city hall, moaning the name of a certain former mayor. 602 more words

And Now, The Least Healthy Chain Restaurant Meals Of 2015

Every year since at least 2009, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, or CSPI, has released their list of the chain restaurant meals that will kill you the quickest. 174 more words

Web Culture

Gordon Ramsay pays restaurant boss £2.7m shares

Gordon Ramsay said his 26 restaurants delivered a ‘solid’ performance Photo: Brian J Ritchie/Hotsauce/REX

Gordon Ramsay served up £2.7m in shares to Stuart Gillies, the managing director of his restaurant group, last year, writes Christopher Williams. 229 more words