Chefs & Restaurants
Maison Kaiser

Superstar Parisian Bakery Maison Kayser Will Open in New York!

This is incredibly exciting news for everyone who loves good food: Eater received word today that Maison Kayser, a terrifically famous Parisian bakery known for its killer baguettes, tarts, and quiches, will be opening shop in New York City for the first time ever. Read more


I Know Chick-fil-A is Homophobic, But Is It Sexist, Too?

Chick-fil-A is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week that they deserve. Read more


Donald Perry, Chick-fil-A Public Relations VP, Dead from Heart Attack During Scandal

On July 27th, 2012, we've received word that Donald Perry, the vice president of public relations for Chick-fil-A, has died of a heart attack. Read more

Gay Marriage

Which of Your Favorite Fast Food Chains Support Gay Marriage or Will Support Gay Marriage? 2013 Predictions

The ultimate guide to which of your favorite fast food chains support gay marriage and gay rights. Read more


Which Hot Tokyo Ramen Shop Lets Customers Name Their Price?

This is one of those stories that sounds like it comes straight from heaven. But fortunately for those of us who'll find ourselves jet-setting to the Eastern Hemisphere, it comes right from heaven on earth. Read more

McDonalds' Big Mac

McDonald's Doesn't Care Whether You Live or Die

If Chick-Fil-A's bigotry weren't enough to get you riled up, then how about a case of fast food apathy to send you over the edge? Read more


Chipotle 2012 Stock Declines: Why Some Experts Say You Shouldn't Worry

When it comes to publicly trading food on the stock market, I can't think of a company more discussed, to its benefit and detriment, than Chipotle. Read more


Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, and Conservatives Are Suddenly Chick-Fil-A Fans

The monomania of the 24-hour news cycle makes it seem like it was just yesterday that Chick-Fil-A President and Muttley's owner Dan Cathy expressed support for traditional, biblical marriage on behalf of his fried chicken and the churches that serve them. Read more


The 2012 Aftermath: Boston and Chicago Ban Chick-Fil-A for Anti-Gay Remarks

In the wake of Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy's anti-gay support of traditional, biblical families, many notable, prominent figures have been expressing their outrage. Read more


Why Did Chick-Fil-A Pretend to Be a Pretty Teenage Girl?

Yikes. This is maybe the weirdest thing to happen in the fallout of the Chick-Fil-A Anti-Gay scandal that's been tearing the world of fried chicken/politicians/celebrities asunder. Read more


Did Chick-Fil-A Just Punish the Muppets for Speaking Out Against Them?

In a pathetic attempt to shoot back at the Jim Henson Company's recent denouncement of Chick-Fil-A's anti-gay support of traditional, biblical marriage, a sign has now been posted in select Chick-Fil-A branches across the nation announcing that the line of Jim Henson toys currently featured in their store has since been "voluntarily recalled. Read more


Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy Comes Out of the Closet as Anti-Gay

On July 18, 2012, Chick-Fil-A president and Colonel Sanders nemesis Dan Cathy came out of the gay-hating closet, announcing that the southern fried chicken joint is "very much supportive of the family." He went on to explain that he and his chicken only recognized the "biblical definition of the family unit. Read more


Homophobic, or Just Plain Chicken? The Ultimate Guide to the Chick-Fil-A Anti-Gay Saga

Your friends at FoodNRecipe are rounding up all the news that's fit to make you squint about Chick-Fil-A and their recent pro-family, anti-gay stance. Here's everything so far. Read more

Fat Duck

The Jolly British Pop-Up: Former "Fat Duck " Chef Helms "Canteen Food" in Limerick

Paul Williams, a young chef whose list of accomplishments boasts such exorbitant heights as working under Heston Blumenthal in the Fat Duck kitchen, has opened up a pop-up in Limerick that combines the offerings of a cafe and restaurant. Read more

Baked Alaska

The Fat Duck Cometh: An Inside-Look at the Christmas Line of Heston Blumenthal

When it comes to cooking, Americans like to pretend that the British have no idea what they're talking about. Read more


Why We Predict a Meteoric Rise for "Station" in Williamsburg

Though there are a few notable exceptions to the rule, I don't hesitate to say that I've discovered an uncanny governance to eating in the outer boroughs: the closer you are to a train station-- especially a major train station-- the worse your food is. Read more

vegan ethiopian

PREVIEW: Bunna Cafe, Williamsburg's New Vegan Ethiopian Restaurant

When it comes to combining vegan cuisine with some other cuisine, Williamsburg's brightest culinary minds have been leading the way. Read more


How Jamba Juice Is Taking Over the World One Country at a Time

On July 17th, 2012, Jamba Juice cut the ribbon on its newest franchise outlet, a futuristic log cabin swathed aggressively with electric yellow nestled underneath one of the crazy chrome staircases in the Philippines's Mall of Asia. Read more

Yujis Bacon and Egg Ramen

Williamsburg Says "Sayonara" to Yuji Ramen

It's our unfortunate duty to inform you that after a season of serving up the most dazzling noodles we've eaten in who-knows-how-long, YUJI Ramen is leaving Williamsburg for a time. Read more