Have a Mayan Margarita and toast to the end of all things.
Fast-food workers are back at work, but the struggle is not over.
The chain is taking over UCLA's Burger King.
He sold Cheeseburger in Paradise for $11 million.
Workers are demanding, on average, a $7 increase in hourly pay, from $8 to $15.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office isn't impressed.
But it is a convenient excuse.
Papa John's flood of unwanted texts puts the chain in legal trouble.
The week ends with a sleazy story from down South.
Is this just a blip, or is America finally learning to eat a little better?
The hot-sandwich chain opens in Boston on Monday.
Also, a bunch of people camped out to get their year's supply of free chicken sandwiches, because they don't care about equality.
Nachos and baked potatoes stuffed into tortillas? Fruitista Freezes?
The chain is showing up at The L.A. Coliseum for a huge giveaway.
Hayes Valley: Charles Phan is doing some sort of concession/cafe at the new SFJAZZ Center at Franklin and Fell, name and concept TBD. But there will be cocktails, and it should be open by January or thereabouts. [Scoop] Union Square:...
Yep, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., they're giving out tacos all over.
French fry parties!