A Findlay, Ohio server has been fired from her job at Texas Roadhouse for complaining about crappy tippers in a Facebook status.
In Rifle, Colorado, front runner for Most Appropriately Named Town Ever considering this story, there's a restaurant where every server is packing heat.
Right now, readily-available in the produce section of most supermarkets, there sits a fruit with one of the most blatantly racist names imaginable — and most Americans have absolutely no idea of it.
A San Francisco Burger King restaurant had somewhat of a mystery item on the menu when customers from Sunday's pride parade visited the location: the new "Proud Whopper." What makes this Whopper any different? Absolutely nothing, and that's the point.
Ever wondered which foods are most likely to kill you due to bacterial infection? While basically no one should be shocked by "undercooked meat," some of the others are actually kind of surprising.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we bring you customers so strange their servers had to wonder if it was some bizarre dream, including a man now known as Edward Squeegeehands. As always, these are real e-mails from…
Given new casinos opening in Pennsylvania and Maryland, Atlantic City, New Jersey is hoping to attract two new demographics to the seaside destination: LGBT customers and foodies. And, of course, the two groups probably have their areas of overlap.
Good news, everyone: Alaskan seafood is almost certainly NOT radioactive! At least, according to the FDA.
Remember that time we made fun of Guy Fieri, by which I mean any time any human being has ever talked about Guy Fieri? Well, it's time to head back to Flavortown for another trip on the Fiericoaster, because we now have photo evidence of Guy Fieri's inhumane treatment of innocent edibles.
A KFC in Newcastle, England apparently served a mother and her step-son a deep-fried blue hygienic hand towel. No, seriously, this happened.
The march towards getting rid of tipping practices in favor of paying servers a fair wage continues, as a new restaurant in San Antonio, Texas* is donating all the tips they receive to charity.
A 16-year-old former Taco John's employee in Yankton, South Dakota, is claiming that his former boss forced him to wear a nametag with kind of a spectacularly offensive slur.
Some foods are commonly eaten because they're delicious. Still others are eaten because they're readily available, often when nothing else is. And sometimes, foods are commonly eaten for no goddamn reason other than people say they're awesome, so that must logically make them awesome.
A Corpus Christi, Texas, man was arrested Monday evening after he punched a woman for the apparently egregious sin of blocking his way through the Whataburger drive-thru.
A WalMart deli employee in Gary, Indiana, may be one of the greatest pranksters of the modern age.
Because the service weren't creepy and awkward enough as it is, Airbnb is apparently planning to add home dining to its list of offered services.
An Australian newspaper columnist has written the most baffling editorial about children in restaurants I have ever seen, in which she appears to be making a desperate, ill-advised attempt at satire using the term "apartheid."*
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we bring you some of the most unfathomably dumb customers I've ever heard of. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
All across the state of Pennsylvania, bottles of sparkling wine have been spontaneously exploding.
From cheesy-stuffed Doritos to McDonald's varied douchery to an unexpected and ironic Velveeta recall, Kitchenette has you covered for all your ludicrously unhealthy food news needs. By the way: that image above is a burger with deep-fried Hot Pockets for buns. Go home, PYT, you are drunk.