The Biggest Restaurant in the World and More News

Staff Writer
In today's Media Mix, a teenage chef launches his own restaurant, plus the scary everything-burger
Is this the biggest restaurant in the world?

Check out these headlines you may have missed.

Biggest Restaurant in the World: Check out this 5,000-seat, 947,224-square-foot restaurant in Changsha, China. It employs more than 1,000 employees, with 300 chefs. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Teen Chef Opening in Tribeca: Greg Grossman, who happened to spend some time at Alinea at the tender age of 13, is now reportedly opening in New York's Tribeca neighborhood, called 27 Debrosses. [Grub Street]

Eating Cheese on the Subway: Today in etiquette: Don't eat stinky cheese on the subway. And definitely not with your hands. [Gothamist]

The Crazy Everything-Burger of Your Dreams: Loteria in Japan is now serving a burger "with everything," meaning lettuce, cabbage, egg, cheese, a cheesy meat patty, a fried shrimp patty, and a beef patty, not to mention ketchup, mayo, teriyaki sauce, and pickles. [Kotaku]

Breakfast and Fertility: Pro tip for people hoping for families: Apparently, eating larger breakfasts and smaller dinners has been linked to higher fertility. [Food Navigator]

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