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How Two Americans Plan to Open a Park Slope Coop in Paris
It’s part of an effort to bring affordable, high-quality food to an underserved neighborhood near the town’s northern border.
Iceland Latest Country to Go Bacon Crazy
A group from Iowa has helped the Reykjavik Bacon Festival become exceedingly popular.
Han Chiang to Set the East Village on Fire With an Outpost of Han Dynasty
The first New York outpost of Philly’s Sichuan hot spot is opening in July.
Rittenhouse Square Getting a Joe Coffee Location
The cafe will overlook the park, and offer more than just coffee.
Japan To Get a Taste of Real ‘Hollywood Ramen’
Ikemen Ramen is opening a branch at Yokohama’s Ramen Museum.
Medium Rare to Sizzle on Sansom Street With Affordably Priced Steak Frites
The D.C. - based restaurant has steak frites priced at less than $20.
Questlove Misses Hoagies and Tastykakes
With Twinkies down for the count, those Tastykakes will surely become easier to find.
Umami Burger Heading Out of State, Opening in Miami
All things SBE eventually flow towards South Beach these days.
Fatburger To Devour Manhattan by Next Spring
Babyfat at 1:00 A.M. will finally be a reality in New York City
Starr Bringing El Vez to New York’s Financial District
In Philly, the original El Vez served as the launch pad for Jose Garces, and counts Top Chef contender Mike Isabella as an alum.
DuPar’s Bringing Breakfast to Bethesda
The 74-year-old diner is lending its breakfast menu to another L.A. export.
Keith McNally’s London Restaurant Will Indeed Be a Second Balthazar
It opens on February 12 of next year.
Joe’s Pizza Spreading to Two New Stores and A Truck
The chain has struck a deal with Westfield, with plans to introduce a Sherman Oaks and Century City location, along with a pizza truck.
Bidders Line Up For Bankrupt Steakhouse Chain; Countries Test Food Exports From
Plus: Celebrate pi day with some pie; and get ready for fondue’s revival, all in our morning news roundup.
Obama and South Korea Fail to Reach Trade Deal
He’s really been having trouble getting people to listen to him.
The Office: China
“How cool is that?” asks Ricky Gervais.