Michelin-Starred Chef Opening Restaurant in Williamsburg and More News
In today's Media Mix, 'Budweiser' isn't trademarked, plus the miracle berry diet (again!)
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Paul Liebrant Opening the Elm: The chef behind Corton is helming a new project at the King & Grove hotel in Williamsburg called The Elm. [Eater]
Homaro Cantu's Miracle Berry: Hawking his miracle berry cookbook, Cantu goes on Good Morning America to show how it all works. [GMA]
Anheuser-Busch Loses 'Budweiser': Looks like Anheuser-Busch InBev won't hold the exclusive rights to Budweiser in Britain, as Czech brewery Budejovicky Buvar also makes a beer called Budweiser. The Czech's hometown translates to "Budweis" in German. [Grub Street]
Are Steakhouses Over? Pete Wells looks at the classic steakhouse, wondering if the big-tie, big-meat restaurants are relics of the past. [NY Times]
Coffee vs. Soda: Young aduls are apparently all about coffee instead of soda. We could've told you that. [NPR]
Anheuser-Busch InBev lost its battle to secure the trademark to the Budweiser name in Britain against Czech brewery Budejovicky Budvar, a company that also makes a beer called Budweiser
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