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Renowned Brooklyn Pizzeria Adds 3 Percent Obamacare Surcharge to All Checks

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Applebee’s and IHOP Will Eliminate Soda From Their Kids’ Menus

They're the first casual-dining restaurant chains to get on the anti-soda bandwagon.

A Japanese Ramen Shop Now Has a Michelin Star

Tokyo's Tsuta joins the coveted ranks of sushi haunts and kaiseki temples.

José Andrés to Join Thomas Keller at Hudson Yards

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Microbreweries Say Calorie Counts Will Be Ruinously Expensive

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