The Daily Dish: Novmeber 9, 2015

Dishing out the latest and greatest in food news
The Daily Dish 11.9.15

Chef Ken Oringer goes Japanese, McDonald's gets fancy, Starbucks Accomodates all.

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Ravi Bangaroo

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Chef Ken Oringer Is Closing Clio and Turning it Into a New Japanese Concept

Chef Ken Oringer has announced the closure of his flagship French-American restaurant, Clio.

Clio earned the 51 spot on our list of 101 Best Restaurants in America. But don't panic just yet; the famous Clio will open next year as a Japanese restaurant. Chef Oringer and his executive chef from Uni, Tony Messina will be partnering together to open the new restaurant.

McDonald’s Unveils New Fancy, Thick-Cut Burgers in the UK

McDonald's is attempting to revamp their image yet again, this time with thick cut 'fancy' burgers. These sandwiches are available at select U.K locations and come in a variety of flavors. But the size of the patty isn't the only change, McDonald's has also started using premium cuts of beef compared to their regular burgers. 

WATCH: Deaf Woman Orders at a Starbucks Drive-Thru With Remarkable Video Technology

A video of a deaf woman ordering her drink through a drive-thru screen at Starbucks is going viral. Rebecca King, who was shocked when she went to Starbucks the other day and was able to sign with the barista,  posted the video to Facebook praising Starbucks. When she first pulled up to the drive-thru King signs at the screen, after waiting a few minutes a barista pops up in a screen and communicates using American sign language (ASL). The video has been viewed over 6 million times, people are delighted that the coffee chain has gone to such lengths to accommodate its customers.  


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