World's Best Restaurant Chef Reacts to Win and More News

In today's Media Mix, a freegan restaurant, plus a beer mapping app to help you choose your brew
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The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Freegan Restaurant to Open: A college student has completed a Kickstarter campaign to create a restaurant in his own apartment, open 24 hours a day, serving free meals and warm lentil soup made from foraging through city dumpsters. The local health department probably has plenty of issues with this concept. [Grub Street]

World's Best Restaurant: The head chef of El Celler de Can Roca, which pushed out Noma as the number one best restaurant in the world, credits hard work and the ability to work with two brothers (who are the head sommelier and pastry chef). [Telegraph]

Beer Mapper App: Trying to figure out what brew to buy? This app gradually learns your preference to recommend a beer to try, like Pandora for alcohol. [Gizmodo]

Steve Cuozzo on World's 50 Best: Sure, the list is a big deal, but some critics (ahem, Steve Cuozzo) calls the World's 50 Best the "World's Worst Anything List." [Twitter/SteveCuozzo]

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