Why else would they comply with calorie posting?
L.A. just passed a similar bill, and don't we want to be like L.A.?
Cheaper lobster rolls in Brooklyn, the harsh truths of calorie counts, American portion sizes scrutinized, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus, lots of news on calories, nude dining events, underage debauchery in Chelsea, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus lobsters probably can't feel pain when you cook them, making bacon at home, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Franklin Park expands, the Aix Brasserie space gets a new tenant, and more, in our morning news digest.
Plus a protest against the planned Union Square restaurant, the customers New York waiters dread, and more, in our morning roundup of news and gossip.
The city won't get serious until July. So neither will the chains.
Jim Skinner complains loudly to the Chicago 'Tribune' about New York's controversial calorie law.
The West Village speakeasy won't open this month, ex-cons are hanging out at a 'Sopranos' actor's pizzeria in Williamsburg, and see what Ruth Reichl wore when she reviewed restaurants for the 'Times.'
Appeals continue, but the city won't begin fining restaurants till July.
Tim Murphy went to Union Square for lunch yesterday and surprised more than one diner with the fat truth about their food.
After reviewing our findings, you may come to consider the Baconator, compared to certain other murderous burgers, a "healthy" option.
The New York Restaurant Association is denying us the pain and pleasure of calorie postings.
The 'Times' finds easy pickings at Starbucks.
Calorie charts are hitting chain restaurants, a comedy gift to food writers everywhere.
Rice shortages in Australia, Vongerichten considers Vancouver, and more in today's food news.
Restaurant trade group fights to keep calories off menus, and loses.
Calorie info is supposed to be posted on fast-food menus by Monday, but that doesn't mean it will be.
Defense lawyers threaten the future of the calorie-posting law, wine bars run amok, and a pig named Bruce.