Food And Drink

Panera to close last of its pay-what-you-can cafes

Feb 13, 2019

After nine years, Panera to close the last of its pay-what-you-can cafes

Tariffs take toll on whiskey exports in last half of 2018

Feb 12, 2019

Retaliatory tariffs caused a sharp downturn in American whiskey exports in the last half of 2018 as distillers started feeling the pain from getting caught up in global trade disputes, an industry trade group said Tuesday

Former cyclist Floyd Landis to open cafe and hemp store

Feb 8, 2019

Former professional bicyclist Floyd Landis has announced plans to open a bicycle showroom and coffee shop that will sell hemp products in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Some fashion with your breakfast? Lauren gives intimate show

Feb 7, 2019

Some fashion with your breakfast? Ralph Lauren gives an intimate show in his store's new cafe

Report shows economic clout of Kentucky bourbon over decade

Feb 6, 2019

A new report says Kentucky bourbon is flexing more economic clout as it matures, leading a distilling industry that contributes $8.6 billion annually to the state's economy

Met Museum in NY partners with acclaimed chef

Feb 6, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is partnering with a Michelin-starred chef to create dishes to serve to the public

Struggling Papa John's names activist investor as chairman

Feb 4, 2019

Papa John's teams up with activist investor Starboard Value to turn around falling sales

The Latest: Beverage group cheers ruling on soda ad warnings

Jan 31, 2019

The American Beverage Association is cheering a ruling by a federal court that blocks a San Francisco law requiring health warnings on advertisements for soda and other sugary drinks

Silicon Valley eatery bans 'Make America Great Again' hats

Jan 31, 2019

An award-winning cookbook author and California restaurant owner says anyone wearing a red "Make America Great Again" baseball cap will be refused service at his restaurant

Long wait for Michter's ending with new Kentucky distillery

Jan 31, 2019

Whiskey makers are used to long waits, but restoration of an old building to make way for a new Kentucky distillery lasted longer than it takes most bourbon to age to maturity

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