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Food and Drink

Omaha steakhouse owner on what Warren Buffett does for business

by David Brancaccio 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.
Mid-day Update

OpenTable facing competition from the Food Network

by David Brancaccio Apr 16, 2012
OpenTable is about to get some competition from the Food Network, in the form of their new site called CityEats.

Food Network eats into OpenTable's business

by Stacey Vanek Smith 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.
OpenTable seated 89 million people in North America last year. The Food Network’s owner plans to compete with lower fees for restaurants.
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Waiters to get $8.5 million back in tips

by Sally Herships Apr 3, 2012
A New York banquet hall settles a lawsuit to pay waiters tips it never handed over. It’s the latest and biggest payback for jilted waiters.

Waffle House gets in the mood for Valentine's Day

by Jim Burress Feb 14, 2012
Waffle House and other decidedly downscale eateries are wooing customers with Valentine's Day dinner.

U.K. restaurants get stingy with straws

by Stephen Beard Feb 3, 2012
Bars and restaurants in London are no longer handing out straws with their drinks, waiting until customers request them.

Restaurant traffic could grow slightly in 2012

by Andrea Gardner Jan 3, 2012
The year 2011 was not a good one for the restaurant industry. Experts predict only a slightly better 2012.

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San Francisco minimum wage is first to top $10

by Jennifer Collins Dec 28, 2011
One industry -- restaurants -- feels the city's minimum wage policy especially hard.

Department store restaurants on the rise

by Stacey Vanek Smith Dec 15, 2011
From cafes to high-priced dining, it’s all the about the full shopping experience.
From cafes to high-priced dining, it’s all the about the full shopping experience. Department store restaurants are back in fashion.
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Codebreaker

Reservations required, cell phones banned

by John Moe Aug 16, 2011
Rogue24, a high-end DC eatery, is requiring patrons to sign a no-cell-phone contract when they make reservations. I guess those fancy pictures of...