Another lawsuit involving Tavern on the Green.
The restaurant has been hit with a class-action lawsuit.
Pabst Blue Ribbon raises their prices and IHOP stirs up trouble with its eggs.
The folks behind Monster energy drink seem to think it could be easily confused with beer.
Top Chef star Fabio Viviani still has kind words for the family member he's suing.
A Top Chef favorite gets a new show on Bravo.
Weathering much controversy, Phillipe Chow opens tomorrow in West Hollywood.
If your name is Henry, a new Burbank store will feed you for free, while Western brewers are using more rice in their beers.
After being fired, Top Chef's Fabio Viviani is headed to North Hollywood.
A beloved Top Chef contestant sues his father-in-law.
Food security is urged as a greater priority for the U.N., while Mr. Chow brings his legal battle against Phillipe Chow to Los Angeles.
Mr. Chow is now accusing Philippe of harassment (via prank calls) and property damage, among other things.
There'll be a union protest at Tavern on the Green today.
The esteemed chef allegedly hasn't paid rent for two years.
A judge orders New York's Superdog to change its name.
A Franklin couple is suing a Quincy Dunkies for serving too-hot hash browns.
Dragon fruit is being grown in California and sold at our markets while Pinkberry sets up shop in the airport.
Plus: The correlation between beer prices and baseball wins; Jamie Oliver takes on America's fattest city.