Thinking on the disconnect between technology and eating out.
It’s worth the wait. Try not to get kicked out.
So, restaurants have moved from being the thing you do before or after you see a show to the show.
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I am, in a totally irrational way, deeply offended by mediocre restaurants.
Recently, several St. Louis-based companies (or entrepreneurs) have made use of Kickstarter to collect funds in order to open restaurants.
A dear friend of mine who lives in Toronto always welcomed me for a visit — but said not to come between November and April.
Ken Friedman is the co-owner of the Spotted Pig, The Breslin, The John Dory and Salvation Taco in New York.
“Welcome to GreatClips. Did you check in online?” She’s new, a receptionist or manager I haven't spotted in the four years I've been coming…
With your indulgence, I thought I’d add to the discussion an excerpt from a book I wrote, called What Would Google Do?,
I used to think that the Steak Frites at Les Halles couldn’t be beat this side of the Atlantic, until I dropped by Bouchon.
Food plus technology: two of my favorite subjects, and, in my opinion, two industries that have never been better suited to work together.
Dave McClure’s post, ”Why Menus Suck + Other Deep Thoughts on the Food Tech Revolution,” is the start of a great conversation about the…
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