Overweight Women Deemed Guilty More Often and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, Sbarro expands store locations, plus another restaurateur answers Yelp reviews


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Chefs and Personalities
Atelier Crenn has hired a new chef de cuisine, Christopher Bleidorn, from Benu. [SF Chronicle]

Restaurants
Looks like New York City's Union Square Park won't be getting a restaurant anytime soon; a judge issued a temporary injunction against plans to put a restaurant in the pavilion of the gathering spot. [NY Times]

Sbarro is trying to expand its clientele by adding more pizza shops outside of malls. Huh. [WSJ]

Tips
Some guy left a card instead of a tip in a California restaurant, blaming Prop 30 and an increase in taxes for his inability to tip a server properly. Rude. [Gawker]

Crime
Apparently, smugglers have been bringing in tons of Chinese garlic across the Norwegian-Swedish border. [AP]

Puppy Food
Large food companies are now turning to man's best friend for a bit more money, as places like Nestlé and Mars launch pet foods. [WSJ]

Obesity
This is terrible: A new study found that male jurors were more likely to give a guilty verdict to women who are obese than women who are thin. [Slate]


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