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Getting America to eat more plants, one restaurant at a time

Feb 28, 2013
Former Baja Fresh CEO Greg Dollarhyde is slowly expanding his newest healthy fast-food chain Veggie Grill.
Posted In: Veggie Grill, restaurants, Food, vegetarian
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What the minimum wage means at work

Feb 13, 2013
President Obama proposed a minimum wage increase to help the lowest-paid workers. Opponents say businesses will just eliminate jobs. We go to a restaurant to talk to an employee and employer.
Posted In: minimum wage, State of the Union, restaurants, Small Business
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Yelp partners with city health departments; New real estate technologies

Jan 18, 2013
Letter grades from the health department found in the windows of restaurants in cities like San Francisco and New York will begin appearing in Yelp reviews. And, the National Association of Realtors gets in the tech startup game.
Posted In: Yelp, food safety, restaurants, real estate, start-ups
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The Cheesecake Factory to launch in Middle East

Oct 9, 2012
Casual dining chain, The Cheesecake Factory, is expanding abroad with 22 new locations in, of all places, the Middle East.
Posted In: cheesecake factory, Food, restaurants
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A discount for a cell-phone-less meal?

Aug 16, 2012
One restaurant in Los Angeles tries something new to get patrons to turn off their phones: a 5 percent discount on their meal.
Posted In: cell phone, cell phone etiquette, restaurants, family
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What the health care law means for the restaurant industry

Jun 29, 2012
One group of Americans that may be particularly worried about the Supreme Court's health care ruling is the restaurant industry.
Posted In: restaurants, health care
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Chef Charlie Trotter on why he's closing his restaurant

May 8, 2012
The world-renowned Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago will be closing this summer after 25 years of service. The chef explains his decision.
Posted In: Charlie Trotter, restaurants, Chicago, dining
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Omaha steakhouse owner on what Warren Buffett does for business

May 4, 2012
People are arriving in Omaha now for that "Woodstock of Capitalism," the annual meeting of Berkshire Hathaway, billionaire Warren Buffett's conglomerate. The official materials recommend two steakhouses for visiting shareholders.
Posted In: Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, steak, restaurants
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Food Network eats into OpenTable's business

Apr 16, 2012
OpenTable seated 89 million people in North America last year. The Food Network’s owner plans to compete with lower fees for restaurants.
Posted In: OpenTable, reservations, restaurants, Food Network
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OpenTable facing competition from the Food Network

Apr 16, 2012
OpenTable is about to get some competition from the Food Network, in the form of their new site called CityEats.
Posted In: restaurants, Food, website, Food Network

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