But investor Bruce Galloway has a new headache.
The President can't even have dessert without being bothered, while a West Hollywood classic tries to sue an Atlanta restaurant with a similar name.
A pair of Babbo employees say they were forced to share their tips.
Pizza chain The Upper Crust was ordered to pay $341,000 last year to 121 workers as back pay for uncompensated overtime. Now they're being sued by two former cooks who claim that the restaurant forced them to give the money...
United Food and Commercial Workers are backing California's cannabis legalization proposal while Nicaraguan plaintiffs lose their last suit against the fruit giant.
The restaurant is the latest to be sued for wage violations.
Former partner and former father-in-law Mike Takeda is now out of the business.
Organizers want a piece of the market's big bucks, while the discovery of E. coli in pre-packed foods makes farmed produce more appealing.
Canned meat continues to be popular after 73 years and a Twilight star hasn't mastered much beyond toast.
The Motley Crue singer was celebrating a new album called "Tatoos and Tequila" while the Top Chef horndog is making his HBO debut.
The Gulf Spill forces a major chain to scrap some of its seafood offerings and LAist debunks a rarely used nickname for the city.
The Coalition of Restaurant Owners for Liquor Control Fairness officially filed suit against PLCB in Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
“The Court has not spent her life under a toadstool — I know what waiters, busboys, and bartenders do when they go to work.”
Courtney Cox steals Jennifer Aniston's lunch habits and a Desperate Housewives star claims a legal action against her from restaurant partners is without merit.
A celebrity talent judge has a fondness for Japanese beer and a celebrity chef reports a jewelry heist at home.
Bruce Beresford-Redman is being sought by authorities in his wife's slaying, while a grocery cashier survives a gunshot during a robbery.
The makers of Popsicles don't want People's Pops using their word.