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The Tricky Business of Revamping a Historic Restaurant for a New Audience

"If we hadn't taken it over, that neon sign wouldn't be hanging," Mario Carbone says.

McDonald’s Is Giving Its Burger Buns a Needed Makeover

The move is part of a broader plan to recommit to "hotter, tastier food."

The Maker of Spam Is Buying an Enormous Organic-Meat Company

Hormel will pay $775 million for Applegate Farms.

This Wine Bar Makes NYC’s Most Carefully Considered New Cold Brew

How about some single-estate heirloom coffee beans and a quick whip of raisin-infused, organic milk?

Anthony Bourdain Adds ‘Media Mogul’ to His Ever-Expanding Résumé

He's investing in Roads & Kingdoms, a travel site.

How Clearly Canadian’s Surprising Comeback Actually Happened

The transparent soft-drink will launch a second round of crowdfunding before hitting store shelves next year.

Dan Barber’s Veggie Burger Will Be Available at Shake Shack for One Day Only

It was last seen at the wastED pop-up at Blue Hill.

Depressing New Study Says Living on a Loud Block Can Make You Gain Weight

Great news for New Yorkers.

Watch Blue Smoke’s Jean-Paul Bourgeois Talk Burgers and the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party

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