Pop-Up Restaurants Hit a Peak; Tasting Menu Discourse Courses on + More News

Roman Holiday Pop Up Restaurants Hit a Peak; Tasting Menu Discourse Courses on + More News
Taking a Roman holiday? Dining etiquette tips, a Vespa, and someone as dashing as Gregory Peck are definitely in order to make the most of your trip.

Food and dining news from around the web and the world…

* Fill a prescription and fill up on food? Drugstores are getting into the dining game. [SF Gate]

* Destination dining hits a peak atop Mount Kilimanjaro. Literally. [Toledo Blade]

* Hotel dining moves far beyond room service and stodgy menus. Find out how they’re catering to today’s travelers. [USA Today]

* When in Rome: Dining etiquette in Italy. [The Telegraph]

* This is the coolest menu in the world. Design-wise, at least. [Eater]

* Hungry for more discourse on courses? The tasting menu backlash continues. [Reuters]

* Don’t skip out on your check in India. Ever. [The Raw Story]

* Top chefs aren’t the only ones who find success in restaurants. Get some career advice from a top server at Manny’s Steakhouse in Minneapolis. [Star Tribune]

* Don’t mess with Texas. The restaurant industry in the Lone Star State is the hottest in the nation. [Culture Map]

* Sweetest. Restaurant. Receipt. Of all time. [Consumerist]

* From the ‘Moment of Zen’ files: There aren’t condoms in the food at Condoms & Cabbages restaurant in Bangkok — but they’re everywhere else. [Buzzfeed]

 

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