BAN DINNER DATES.
BAN DINNER DATES.
Meet the hellish waggling flesh curtains of your dreams. A restaurant’s DIY bacon drying rack gets mistaken for a wealth-flaunting stunt.
One of life’s most dire questions.
This trend in L.A. restaurant names is getting Hannoi-ing.
Michael De Beyer said he couldn’t stand by and do nothing.
If someone snaps their finger at me one more time…
“Do what you love and the money will follow.”
Smokin’ Joe’s Ribhouse in Rogers, Ark., put up a controversial sign over the weekend that was removed just 45 minutes later “after getting several complaints from the public,” the restaurant’s owner said.
You’ll think twice next time you fill out one of these cards.
What’s that? You’ve never sautéed your butternut squash ravioli in sage butter before? Weird.
Naturally, everyone in Houston is pretty damn happy. Well, almost everyone.
You’re literally living in your own world.
Everybody should work at least a month in a restaurant before they’re allowed to eat in one.
Once someone finds out you’re a vegetarian (or vegan), everything changes. It’s sooo annoying.
Don’t judge a burger ‘til you’ve walked a mile in its bun.
Two guys in Brooklyn are making their own energy drink with all-natural ingredients. And it’s delicious.
When your whole life is food, there’s surprisingly little time to eat.
Asia’s hottest dining experience wipes out the competition.
“Everyone is hungover at Sunday brunch. If a waiter reeks of booze or hasn’t shaved, you have to send them away. And then you’re short on staff.”
Not that you needed any more proof that go-go dancers in bikinis and giant mecha-women make for the ultimate dining experience.
It’s a two-cent discount. Because the server put in THEIR TWO CENTS. Ha ha… ha? (via eater.com)
Ann Harris was “ecstatic” to meet the president.
Ever wonder what your aunt is up to on Facebook other than commenting on every photo you’re tagged in? From @boring_as_heck, the mastermind behind Corprate Twits is the new hilarious Tumblr Old People Facebook Writing on a Restaurant’s Facebook Page.
Atlanta’s hottest new restaurant serves dishes inspired by rap puns. And it clearly doesn’t exist. It’s a viral stunt by social marketing firm Baby Robot Industries. Here are some so-dumb-you’ll-laugh-then-feel-guilty-for-laughing-then-laugh-again items from the menu.
A royal rumble ensued at the New Dynasty Restaurant in Chinatown, Montreal, this week — the cause of which no one is certain. (Or speaking up about, anyway.) Restaurant management claims an estimated $20,000 in damages but are, curiously, not pressing charges.
BuzzFeed doesn’t post restaurant recommendations very often, but this McDowell’s place looks great! Sure there’s a 95% chance you could be robbed when you go, but those Big Mick’s with seedless buns topped off by a strawberry milkshake sound worth it.
The chrome and glass food dispensers were a cheap, fast staple of office life. They featured self-service vending machines instead of waitresses, and radiated a gleaming modern decor that was more factory than dining room.
Thank to our friends at EaterDC for pointing us to this two-page contract that all diners must sign when making reservations at DC’s new restaurant, Rogue 24. The contract includes cell phone and camera bans as well as an insanely steep late cancellation fee. What do you guys think? Fair? Ridiculous? (via dc.eater.com) View List ›