Happenings on and around OpenTable… * We’re tuning in to the newest season of Top Chef. Find out which restaurants the newest batch of cheftestants hails from. * Has anyone ever food-shamed you for how you like a particular dish? Shame on them! * New York City Restaurant Week continues. Three-course $25 lunches and $38 dinners through [...]
Dining news from around the world and the web… * What diners want. Emerging trends at the National Restaurant Association show, revealed. [Crain's] * Soylent green is people. But Soylent is a sustainable soy product that could be the key to ending world hunger. [Business Week] * Desserts that should be deserted. One pastry chef [...]
Dallas Side Dish scribe Nancy Nichols recently took umbrage with the fact that a food critic returned a dish to the kitchen of the restaurant she was reviewing. She’s wondering if it’s kosher for a critic to refuse a dish for reasons other than food safety. What say you? Click thru to vote in our [...]
Food and dining news from around the web and the world… * Do this, not that. 15 rules for fine dining. [Business Insider] * Separated at birth. The celebrity and celebrity chef edition. [E! Online] * Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is coming to New York. Depending on where you live, this may be cheaper than [...]
A restaurant in Atlanta has made headlines for asking parents to step outside with crying children, effectively banning them from the restaurant. And, the folks over at News 10 in Sacramento, California, are wondering if fine-dining restaurants should follow suit. What do you think? Weigh in on today’s poll! Should restaurants ban crying children?
Dining and food news… * Nothing to sneeze at. Food allergies can make dining out pretty perilous. [Washington Post] * Cluck thru. For a slideshow of the best fried chicken in the U.S. [Food and Wine] * Table for 20? Dining out on Thanksgiving is in. [Sacramento Bee] * E.T. phone home. But not if [...]