World’s Top 50 Restaurants; Social Media Helps Right Dining Injustices; Fish Collars + More News

Piquillos Rellenos Amada Worlds Top 50 Restaurants; Social Media Helps Right Dining Injustices; Fish Collars + More News
Piquillos Rellenos Jose Garces-style at Amada in Philadephia.

* The World’s Top 50 Restaurants list is out. Congratulations to Eleven Madison Park (#5), Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (#7), Per Se (#11), The Ledbury (#13), Pujol (#17), Le Bernardin (#19), Daniel (#29), The Fat Duck (#33), and The French Laundry (#47). [Fox News]

* Don’t you know who I am? The daughter of a government official in Mexico misused her influence to shutter a restaurant for not seating her at the table she wanted. Enter the Twitterati. Maximo Bistrot has since reopened and apologies continue. [Washington Post]

* Restaurant bans area man. An Albany restaurant operator forgot he was in the hospitality business when he asked a diner to leave — and never return. He, too, underestimated the power of social media. [TimesUnion.com]

* So, you want to open a restaurant? Read this list of do’s and don’ts first. [Richmond.com]

* Tasting Menu: The Movie. No, really. Watch the trailer. [Grub Street New York]

* Are you over ordinary offal? Try fish collars instead. [Oregon Live]

* Take The Latin Road Home. It’s the newest cookbook from Philadelphia chef Jose Garces (Amada). [New Jersey Monthly]

* Where your restaurant week dollars go. Kansas City Restaurant Week raised a whopping $150K for local charities. [Kansas City Star]

 

 

 

 

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