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20 Most Important Restaurants In America
www.huffingtonpost.com

No, we’re not talking the fanciest, trendiest, or even the ones with the most stars. These are the places that define how we eat out.

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Landmark Berkeley Restaurant Reopens After Fire
abcnews.go.com

Posing for a photograph in front of the refurbished front porch of her Chez Panisse restaurant, chef Alice Waters smiles as a passer-by calls out, “Looking good!” It’s true. They do look good — both the chef with the sparkling blue eyes who helped ignite America’s interest in fresh, local…

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Amy’s Baking Company’s Grand Reopening Nearly Bored Me to Death | VICE United States
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In some kind of misguided attempt to renew their brand, Amy and Samy of the infamous Amy’s Baking Company hired a PR guy and decided to have a relaunch. Since I work right down the street from the res…

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The Hidden Restaurant Tax | Foodie Knowledge
www.foodieknowledge.com

The price of your meal is not determined in the way you might imagine? Are you buying the entree of the table next to you as well?

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The 10 Most Annoying Restaurant Trends | Zagat
www.zagat.com

How many of the 10 have you seen?

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How much should you tip for food delivery?
eatocracy.cnn.com

Details.com editor James Oliver Cury tackles controversial food-and-drink-themed etiquette issues every week. Deliverymen may be the most misunderstood, and least appreciated, of all gratuity-based workers.

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Lobster delivery opens a Pandora’s box of issues
www.washingtonpost.com

FedEx brought them to the door. But who would do the deed that would get them on the table?

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Pecan, Caramel, Crawfish: Food Dialect Maps
www.theatlantic.com

An interesting look into the regional differences of how we pronounce different food items

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LAX’s Encounter restaurant gets top rating for airport hookups
www.latimes.com

Any bar, the gym, that new art gallery opening, your best friend’s wedding. These are all places proven to put you in cupid’s line of sight. But what about using your airport layover as a place to meet your next hookup?

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