Pricey Burgers Take Brooklyn; When Guy Fieri Ruins Your Diner
Pricey burgers aren't just a Manhattan thing. In Brooklyn, it's not hard to pay more than $10 for a burger, like at Henry Public, Prime Meats, or Diner. [Brooklyn Paper]
Walgreens, CVS, and Target are expanding their grocery offerings, with fresh produce, frozen meats, and even sushi. [NY Times]
When fans of Guy Fieri's Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives swarm the mom-and-pop eateries featured, it can overwhelm the businesses and their regulars. [NY Times]
Los Angeles is banning new fast-food restaurants in South L.A., which has higher rates of poverty and obesity than other neighborhoods. [NY Times]
Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern names his favorites things to eat in New York, including uni and lardo at Marea, jellyfish salad in Koreatown, and fish fins at Barney Greengrass. [NY Post]
Joey Cupcakes's picture was taken down from Rao's recently after FBI agents seized it, claiming they needed it for an investigation. [NY Times]
Subway is testing gluten-free buns and brownies to appeal to the growing number of people with sensitivities to wheat. [CNN]
Six-month-old discount website VillageVines is giving Groupon a run for its money, offering 30 percent off tabs -- alcohol included -- at upscale restaurants nationwide. [NPR]
Pizza chains across the country are debuting breakfast pizza on their menus, often topped with eggs, bacon, and no tomato sauce. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Daniel and Derek Koch are twin-brother club promoters who have revived the Oak Room brunch, turning it into "a Champagne-fueled orgy." [NY Post]
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