Restaurants Filthier in 2011; Danish Royalty Dines with Their Own in New York
Are you sure you want that doggie bag? The Health Department says that 17 percent more of the city's eateries failed inspection in 2011. [NY Daily News]
The Danish royal family is in New York. So, where are they eating? A new outpost of the Danish restaurant Aamann's that will open in December. [MSNBC]
Fall offers some delicious foodie vacation options for those who like to combine travel and the classroom experience. [Wall Street Journal]
Food Day was celebrated throughout New York yesterday with the goal of raising awareness for local foods, fighting hunger, and a laundry list of other food issues. [NPR]
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