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Daniel Rose, the American-born chef of Spring restaurant in Paris, says he doesn't get out much. But in the last week, he taught cooking classes in New York as part of the James Beard award festivities, sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose and...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Bars and Clubs, Tacos, Wines, Restaurants
LAS VEGAS — Hotels open restaurants all the time. But a restaurant opening a hotel? That happens less often. But stuff happens in Las Vegas. The newest Nobu here is, indeed, a hotel. Not only that, but it's also a hotel within a hotel. And it'...
Monster Beverage Corp. has its own take on what happened to Anais Fournier, the 14-year-old Maryland girl whose family blames her 2011 death on her consumption of Monster energy drinks. The Fourniers sued Monster in October, alleging negligence and...
[Update 10:13 a.m., Jan. 30: Natwerk says the idea for the cup holder started as a joke but now plans to make it if they receive enough donations.] Apple's iPhone is a great device but has one major flaw: no place to hold a coffee cup. According to...
Tags: Apple iPhone, New Products
Pasadena bake shop Bittersweet Treats celebrates its grand opening in Pasadena on Tuesday. Pastry chef Danielle Keene is a former contestant on "Top Chef: Just Desserts" and was pastry chef at L.A. restaurants such as Little Door, BLT Steak and...
Restaurant CriticThe folks behind the website Find. Eat. Drink. have created an app for the iPhone. Like the website, it collects recommendations from top chefs, bartenders and others in the food and wine spheres for where to eat, where to shop, where to drink. The...
Dunkin' Donuts claims to have the "best coffee in America," but the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office disagrees. Dunkin' Donuts' petition to trademark the phrase "best coffee in America" has been rejected by the agency. The Massachusetts-based...
L.A. NOWVentura County prosecutors said Tuesday that they will not pursue a criminal case against a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy who killed a man when he drove his SUV into a Fillmore Starbucks. The deputy, Michael Cedarland, suffered a seizure......
The last of the Westside’s antique malls is closing: Wertz Bros. Antique Mart announced that it will shut its doors forever Feb. 1. Shoppers have been descending upon the Lincoln Boulevard store for discounts of 20% to 65% on almost every item in...
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