Airline Gets Michelin-Starred Chef and More News

In today's Media Mix, chains courting 'beverage-only' customers, plus food makers target chidren with games
Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Qatar Airways Gets Indian Michelin-Starred Chef: Vineet Bhatia, India's only two-star Michelin chef, will join chef Nobu Matsuhisa and others to create dishes for the airline. [New York Daily News]

Chain Restaurants Serve More Beverages: The "beverage-only" hours between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. are attracting more customers. [TIME]

Food Makers Use Games for Kids: A surge of mobile apps and games, aimed at kids, has some concerned about kids' exposure to food ads. [WSJ]

Restaurant Owner Sued for Backing Out of Gay Wedding: The owner of the New York City restaurant Amber Village was taken to court for refusing a couple who had secured a reservation for a wedding. [New York Daily News]

Kids Eat Vegetables with Funny Names: Who wouldn't want to eat "X-Ray Vision Carrots," "Power Punch Broccoli," and "Silly Dilly Green Beans"? [Huffington Post]