Natalie MclauryMcMurphy's Grill (614 North 11th Street; 314-231-3006) is your normal restaurant in every sense of the word -- it has a diverse menu featuring everything from a pulled-pork pita to an Irish stew, and it's often bustling during the lunch hour. What sets the restaurant apart, howeve ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsThis child isn't sprinting, blocking the door or discussing umbilical stumps. Yesterday we mentioned how the National Restaurant Association's Kids LiveWell program is getting healthier kids meals into restaurants, which might lead to more families dining out. Which is great ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsOh no! He's chubby! Take him away! American children are fat hogs who are all going to develop type II diabetes, and parents are too incompetent to raise the little chubbos of their making! Or so an advocacy piece by Harvard researchers Lindsey Murtagh and David Ludwig in t ... More >>
Ah, Corporate America. Once again you've taken something good and pure, created by the people, and turned it into a bland advertisement for bad food. Last week a well-choreographed flash mob infested Times Square to do a "spontaneous" dance routine to an Arby's commercial broadcast on a giant scre ... More >>
Ian FroebDelicious? Yes. Trendy? No.The National Restaurant Association has released its annual survey (link PDF) asking chefs nationwide for the year's top trends. The top trend, with nearly 88% of respondents saying it's "hot," is locally grown produce. The #2 trend is locally sourced meat and ... More >>
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