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In today's Weekly Media Mix, is London the restaurant capital of Europe? Plus, La Tomatina might charge fees
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Next week, José Andrés is expanding food truck Pepe to surrounding suburbs in Virginia and Maryland. [Eater]
Pete Wells visits the Alinea pop-up at Eleven Madison Park, which involves fall foliage and a ton of classic Achatz dishes. [NY Times]
Here's a history of the art and food relationship, explaining a ton of restaurant/galleries popping up around town. [WSJ]
Are you hungry? You probably shouldn't watch these movies. [BuzzFeed]
Rebelling against a new value-added tax in Spain, a theater in Catalonia is selling carrots as tickets, which are exempt from the tax. [NY Times]
Is London beating out Paris as the epicurean center of Europe? Yesterday's leak of the Michelin star winners look promising. [Business Insider]
In preparation for tomato-throwing fest La Tomatina, a town is planning on charging participants an entry fee of €5 to "limit attendance and improve safety." [Reuters]
The chef who says he killed and cooked his wife was found guilty of second-degree murder. [LA Times]
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