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Why after 27 years Philly’s Best Cheesesteaks is still the place to go in Southern California for an authentic sandwich

The hoagie and classic cheesesteak with onions at Philly’s Best restaurant in Fountain Valley, CA, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. They now have 19 locations in Southern California. They should be busy on National Cheesesteak Day, March 24, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) The classic cheesesteak with onions at Philly’s Best restaurant in Fountain Valley, CA, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. They now have 19 locations in Southern California. They should be busy on National Ch...
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Same idea … 10 years later / Phares away from being original?

THE ORIGINAL? Mc Donald’s 24/7 Drive Thru – 2008 Source : EPICA Awards Longlist Agency : DDB Auckland (New Zealand) LESS ORIGINAL Mc Donald’s “Automac all night” –   2018 Source : Ad Forum Agency : Publicis One Quito (Ecuador) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Food, Restaurants, Print & Outdoor, Self Plagiarism, Arches, Car Lights, Headlights, Lights, Ombre, Phares, Shadow, Joe La Pompe


He Wants to Draw All the Restaurants in New York City

John Donohue began his project in 2015. By the time he had gathered his sketches together for a book, at least six of the restaurants had closed.
Tags: Restaurants, Books and Literature


Pearl District is a New American culinary gem in Sherman Oaks

At one time, the large space at 14015 Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks was home to a casual eatery called Café Cordiale. Then, it was taken over by the folks from the nearby Boneyard Bistro, and turned into a more elegant spot called SOCA. Which after a year and a half was replaced by a Mexican concept called Boneyard Cantina. Which you may have missed if you blinked; it didn’t last very long at all. Now, the space is a branch of the very popular Westlake Village New American called Pearl District....
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Would you eat a burger that’s been dry-aged for 150 days? Well, now you can

Grillmaster and cookbook author Adam Perry Lang has made his mark in the epicurean landscape of Los Angeles, and he’s done so by blending French cooking techniques with traditional American smoking and barbecuing. Lang is now serving his latest creation, The Burger, at his APL Restaurant. The Burger consists of beef that has been dry-aged for 150 days or more and is topped by American cheese, crisp white onion, pickles and mustard aioli on a potato bun. “It’s an amazing burger,” Lang said. “It’s...
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Starbucks will anchor the new $400 million food-focused Valor Siren Ventures fund

Starbucks is serving up a steaming hot $100 million cash commitment to anchor a new food-focused fund in partnership with the consumer and tech-focused focused private equity firm Valor Equity Partners. The behemoth of burnt-coffee said that its commitment to the Valor Siren Ventures fund is an attempt to focus on “new ideas and technologies that are relevant to customers, inspiring to partners (employees), and meaningful to Starbucks business.” The Starbucks announcement was short on details...
Tags: Apple, Food, TC, Spacex, Restaurants, Tech, Tesla, Companies, Venture Capital, Retail, Starbucks, Johnson, Kevin Johnson, General Mills, Addepar, Tyson Foods


Local Food in Puerto Rico Finds Energy in Recovery

Two hurricanes slowed a budding effort to reclaim the island’s agricultural and culinary independence. But its chefs, farmers and entrepreneurs are rebuilding.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Local Food, Puerto Rico, Andres, Agriculture and Farming, Puerto Ricans, Hurricane Irma (2017, Hurricane Maria (2017, Jose (1969-, Puerto Rico Finds Energy


Food writer Mark Bittman "has bounced around since leaving The Times."

"He spent less than a year at Purple Carrot, a vegan meal-kit start-up. He wrote a column for New York Magazine and Grub Street. He started a newsletter. He posted recipes on his personal website. All along, he said, he had the idea of creating his own publication.... Salty, which is making its debut on Tuesday, will comprise recipes, stories related to food and more. 'There’s a large part of me that wants people to be interested in food agriculture, or policy, or kids, or immigrants, or race,' ...
Tags: Food, Law, Restaurants, New York Times, Nyt, Times, New York Magazine, Jim Crow, Black, Cornell University, Charlotte, Ritz Carlton, Mark Bittman, William Barber, Purdue University, Michael Lynn


Notes: On Hudson Yards

Our takeaways from exploring the mico-city, its monuments and restaurants A city within the city of New York, the Hudson Yards district comprises 28 acres of residential, commercial and public space developed on top of and around the MTA’s former John D. Caemmerer West Side Storage Yard—once an untrodden abyss along the river. Almost all the statistics convey the staggering scope of this endeavor, beginning …
Tags: Notes, New York, Design, Shopping, NYC, Restaurants, Bars, Architecture, Mta, Thomas Heatherwick, Shops, Thomas Keller, Hudson Yards, Tak Room, John D Caemmerer, West Side Storage Yard


A product turned into caviar / Si identique que ça fout les boules

THE ORIGINAL? Carlsberg Beer Caviar – 2018 “Caviar made from beer” Made during russian soccer world-cup Agency : CP+B Copenhagen (Denmark) LESS ORIGINAL Heinz Ketchup Caviar –   2019 “Caviar made from ketchup” Made for Valentine’s Day (Valent-Heinz day) Agency : Unknown (USA) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Food, Restaurants, Advertising, Beverages, Innovation, Caviar, Direct Marketing, Copenhagen Denmark, Condiment, Joe La Pompe, Ketchup, Innovative, Heinz Ketchup Caviar, Ketchupcaviar, Productising, Productvertising


Trump supporters find new appreciation for safe spaces

New app helps people who feel they are the victims of anti-Maga sentiment to find restaurants they feel comfortable inLast week, a man named Dion Cini was refused service at a bar in New York City. He claims he had done nothing wrong and was discriminated against.A video of the incident confirms that Cini doesn’t appear overly inebriated or obviously violating any other rules of decorum at Jake’s Dilemma; instead he was kicked out for what he was wearing: a Maga hat. Continue reading...
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Investigation can’t find source of food-borne illness outbreak at Beaumont baby shower

Too many kinds of food were prepared by too many different people for health officials to determine what exactly is to blame for 33 people getting sick after a baby shower in Beaumont in January. The Riverside County Department of Public Health reached that conclusion after analyzing information from 27 people who attended the shower — 18 who said they got sick and nine who remained well — about what they ate. Additionally, the environmental health agencies in San Bernardino and Los Angeles coun...
Tags: Health, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Local News, Riverside County, Porto, San Bernardino, Beaumont, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Cole, Yucaipa, Barbara Cole


Reindeer Powder and Arctic Turnip Crepes: Helsinki’s New Food Scene

Local ingredients, including that most Nordic of fruits, the lingonberry, show up in creative combinations as the Finns join the restaurant revolution.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Helsinki, Travel and Vacations, Helsinki (Finland, Arctic Turnip Crepes


Ask the Salty Waitress: Why won't the chef let me take a picture of my food?

Dear Salty: I was in New York City recently and dined at one of those expensive, four-star sushi restaurants. It’s my once-a-year splurge. The reservation was hard to secure, and I was really excited to sit at the bar and experience the omakase menu from the renowned sushi chef. Read more...
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Reel in tasty seafood at San Pedro Fish Market, Pier 76 Fish Grill

The original San Pedro Fish Market is indeed in San Pedro, is indeed a fish market, and does indeed seat 3,000 fish lovers at any given time. They hold the Guinness Book of World Records title for serving the most seafood, during their annual Lobster Festival. They’re an icon, one of those Los Angeles destinations that, like the Original Farmers Market, every Angeleno should visit. San Pedro Fish Market Grille, which has four locations including Harbor City, serves a variety of seafood dishe...
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Stagecoach 2019: These are the barbecue spots at Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse

Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse is aiming to fit L.A.’s barbecue scene into a 40,000 square foot tent at this year’s Stagecoach Country Music Festival and have room left for a few rock stars. The festival takes place April 26-28 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, and TV food personality Fieri is returning for his second year as curator of baby back ribs and brisket — and Stagecoach’s Mayor of Flavortown. Last year, Fieri set up camp and barbecue pits at one end of the tent to grill for visiting...
Tags: Texas, California, Restaurants, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Philadelphia, Venice, Coachella, Stagecoach, Guy Fieri, Southern California, Martin


A Chef’s Dream Villa in Costa Rica

Villa Deevena, in Los Pargos, is a tropical take of the classic auberges of southern France.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Seafood, Costa Rica, Pic, Patrick, Jamon, Anne-Sophie, Villa Deevena, Los Pargos


Hungry City: Korean Bounty, Born From Poverty, in Flushing, Queens

At Doraon 1.5 Dak Galbi, the spicy chicken stir-fry, prepared at the table, has its own luxury: the sheer abundance of it heaped in the pan.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Queens, Ny, Flushing (Queens, Cooking and Cookbooks, Korean Food (Cuisine, Dak Galbi, Doraon 1.5 Dak Galbi (Flushing, Doraon


The end of small plates: why the dinner-ruining dishes may finally be over

The trend for small-plate menus in restaurants has tested friendships and defied logic. They have to go – here’s whyThe news that Russell Norman’s Polpo restaurant group is in financial trouble (unpaid £550,000 VAT bill, sites for sale, company voluntary agreement entered into with creditors) was greeted with huge sadness among food nerds. “Polpo was a complete game-changer when it opened a decade ago,” wrote the London website Hot Dinners, without exaggeration.Norman’s restaurants, which includ...
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Notes on the Culture: In the Era of Child Chefs, Is There Such a Thing as a Food Prodigy?

The recent influx of children who don toques might point to something other than a preternatural instinct for triple-blanching cardoons.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Restaurant, Chefs, Ny, Flynn, McGarry, Children and Childhood, Cooking and Cookbooks, Pepin, Jacques (1935-, Gem (Manhattan


For Larger Customers, Eating Out Is Still a Daunting Experience

Restaurants have been slow to recognize, much less meet, the needs of plus-size Americans. But there are signs of a new activism and awareness.
Tags: News, Obesity, Restaurants, Americans with Disabilities Act, Alexander, Rebecca (1987-, AllGo Inc


The new chef at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage will transform restaurants one bite at a time

When Chef Kenneth Williams began his culinary career it was on the sands of Newport Beach, but now, after a career spanning multiple decades and multiple resorts, he’s on his way back to a sandy locale once again, albeit a drier one. Williams, 48, joined Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage as its new executive chef in February. He is in charge of all the dining options, including fine dining restaurant The Steakhouse, American comfort food restaurant Waters Café and new food court The ...
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Eating Cheap in Paris: 8 dinners for €15 or less

Paris has a reputation for being romantic, fashionable, and as most are quick to add, expensive. While the food is almost always quite good, a nice dinner in the City of Lights can run up quite a tab. We highly recommend treating yourself to a classic French meal at least once during your stay, but for those other nights when you’d like to reign in your budget, it’s wise to have a few cheap and delicious options in mind. And remember, if you want to splurge, you can always go for a nice prix-fix...
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The Ethicist: Is It O.K. for a Chinese Restaurant to Favor Chinese Patrons?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether preferring one group over another is always discriminatory and more.
Tags: News, Privacy, Restaurants, Discrimination, Books and Literature, Chinese Food (Cuisine


Restaurant Review: A San Diego Chef Taps the Crosscurrents of the Mexican Border

At El Jardín, Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins synthesizes the Indigenous, colonial and immigrant influences in Mexico’s cooking.
Tags: News, Mexico, Restaurants, San Diego, Claudette, Mexican Food (Cuisine, San Diego (Calif, El Jardin, Zepeda-Wilkins, El Jardín Claudette Zepeda Wilkins


Pasadena’s Langham Huntington has a new chef, and he’s got something different for you to try

Justin Campbell is the new chef at The Terrace at the Langham Huntington, Pasadena and he’s changing up the menu, encouraging diners to try something different. “It’s not that I don’t want to offer someone else’s product, but I’m chef Justin and I need to showcase me,” Campbell said. Campbell has worked as a private chef, as well as at Ink.Well, Centeno Group, Wolfgang Puck Catering and The Bazaar by Jose Andres at SLS Hotel. He has cooked for Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and spent five months ...
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Word of Mouth: Hobart

Modern art, pub grub, fine dining and more in the tiny island state Whether you’re visiting Tasmania for Dark MOFO or simply to see what life’s like at the other end of the world, there’s a lot to do on this little Australian island. Hobart, the state’s capital, has a rich history despite a sometimes forgotten past and the undoubtedly inaccurate reputation that the destination …
Tags: Travel, Design, Australia, Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Accommodation, Museums, Wine, Tasmania, Hobart, Dining


10 of Europe’s best beach restaurants

There’s nothing like eating freshly-caught fish with the scent of the sea as an accompaniment. Travel writers pick their top beachside restaurantsThe menu, like the decor at this family-run oyster cabin, is stripped back: six grades of oysters, red shrimps with mayonnaise, whelks and country paté, accompanied by baskets of bread, and the choice of either rosé or white wine. That’s it. But the views from the garden and the little wooden jetty are cinematic, stretching over the Bay of Arcachon to ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Restaurants, Life and style, Food And Drink, Family Holidays, Bars and clubs, Top 10s, Beach Holidays, Europe Holidays, Bay of Arcachon, Dune du Pilat, Chez Boulan


10 Design Ideas to Steal from Verjus in San Francisco

Traveling through Europe in recent years, designer Lindsay Tusk and chef Michael Tusk noticed “different variations on the same theme” of an informal and energetic style of dining in Paris, Venice, and San Sebastian Gambero. So the Tusks, known in San Francisco for their restaurants Quince and Cotogna, came up with the idea for Verjus, a bar à vin and cave à manger (eat-in cellar) with a “high-fidelity atmosphere full of gusto, spontaneity, and excitement,” says Lindsay Tusk. An all-day menu wit...
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Stockholm: When (and when not) to tip in Sweden

Traveling from the US to Europe, it’s easy to fall into the same tipping habits you use back home, like handing over 20 percent at a restaurant without even really thinking about it. The tipping culture throughout Europe varies quite a bit from Paris to Amsterdam, and Sweden is no different. And a trip to Stockholm can add up fast if you don’t watch your budget. There are plenty of free museums in Stockholm and some great budget hotels, but everything else, from restaurants to taxis, will be hig...
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