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Charles Masson Jr. Returns to the Restaurant Scene at the Baccarat Hotel

Charles Masson Jr., who was replaced by his brother Philippe as the manager of La Grenouille, will return to the restaurant scene just a few blocks away.

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Can This Man Save One Of NYC’s Greatest Restaurants?

Once upon a time, Le Cirque could do no wrong. The chi-chi French restaurant, opened in 1974, was beloved by celebrities, politicians and social heavies alike; bestowed with lavish praise by critics; and renowned for its service and snobbery.

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Noodles & Company Celebrates 400th Restaurant in Fair Lawn, NJ

Noodles & Company serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from around the world, has opened its 400th restaurant nationwide in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. The 400th restaurant is operated by franchisee Mascott Corporation.

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Stamford Based Priceline To Buy OpenTable For $2.6B

Extending its reach into restaurant reservations, online travel giant Priceline Group is buying OpenTable for $2.6 billion.

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Restaurant Success Event, NYC

Metro New York's food service newspaper, Total Food Service, has teamed with TouchBistro and PayPal to present: Restaurant Success Event, NYC: A POS Strategy Seminar and Breakfast.

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Nation’s Hottest Retail Product SodaStream Debuts Heavy Duty Commercial System

Let's face it. Spending money on water at the table hurts. But what if restaurant clients could get flavored, sparkling, purified water at literally the flip of a switch, and at the same time, help communities around the world get clean water, too?

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Dominique Ansel, Cronut Creator, to Host Sofi Awards at Summer Fancy Food Show

Dominique Ansel, an internationally-acclaimed pastry chef and creator of treat sensation the Cronut®, a croissant-donut hybrid, will host the 42nd sofi™ Awards at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City.

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NYC Chefs Plan Protest Picnic, iHeartRadio Music Awards to Return

On the eve of an annual Central Park picnic to celebrate Mississippi culture, a group of chefs will host a dinner called the “Big Gay Mississippi Welcome Table” to protest a Mississippi religious freedom law that critics say allows for discrimination against gay people.

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Marcus Samuelsson To Launch Harlem Food Festival

Red Rooster chef Marcus Samuelsson and food festival guru Herb Karlitz are launching a major Harlem food festival. Details are still being worked out, but they’ll organize a series of events in Harlem for 2015. The fest could also incorporate music and art elements, and was being buzzed about at the recent James Beard Awards.

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The New York Brick Oven Co. Re-Energizes Pizza Profits with Revolving Brick Oven Technology

Who knows more about making prize-winning pizza than the people who sell it? And who knows more about the kind of oven it takes to get that pizza out there?

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