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Stone Starts Putting Green Tea in Your IPA

The San Diego brewery unites with Japan's Baird Brewing Co. and Guam's Ishii Brewing Co. on an interesting new pale ale that benefits Japan.

By Hadley Tomicki

Stone Starts Putting Green Tea in Your IPA

The San Diego brewery unites with Japan's Baird Brewing Co. and Guam's Ishii Brewing Co. on an interesting new pale ale that benefits Japan.

By Hadley Tomicki

Haunted Restaurants; Market Table's Sneaky Reservations

A list of the most haunted New York destinations compiled by Internet librarians features a lot of restaurants, including Bridge Cafe whose six-foot-tall, female bouncer, Gallus Magg, used to bite ears off drunken customers back in the nineteenth century; and One if by Land, Two if by Sea, which boasts the spirit of former building owner Aaron Burr — not to mention his daughter, who nowadays "bothers ladies who lunch by pulling their earrings." [NYP] Market Table is the latest restaurant to only accept strategic reservations, and it's annoying when you see empty tables. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] The New York branches of Muji won't have the cafés selling the delectable green-tea pastries you find at the Toyko flagship, but the new Amai Tea & Bake, at 171 Third Avenue, sells similar ones, along with viennoisserie and white-tea cookies. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]