• How Chef Jacob Harth Harvests and Cooks Wild Seaweed  By Eater   -   Oct 19, 2020

    HOW CHEF JACOB HARTH HARVESTS AND COOKS WILD SEAWEED 

    He uses an array of seaweeds from Oregon's Port Orford at his restaurant Erizo “The way I was introduced to harvesting wild seaweed...

    Seafood, Restaurant, Cook, Portland, Grill
  • In Medean Twist, Coca-Cola Kills Off Tab, Its First Diet Soda By Eater   -   Oct 19, 2020

    IN MEDEAN TWIST, COCA-COLA KILLS OFF TAB, ITS FIRST DIET SODA

    Photo by Ramin Talaie/Corbis via Getty Images Plus, Heineken and AriZona are collaborating on a hard seltzer, and more news to start...

    Cola, Coke
  • When It Comes to Indoor Dining, Restaurant Workers Face the Greatest Risk By Eater   -   Oct 19, 2020

    WHEN IT COMES TO INDOOR DINING, RESTAURANT WORKERS FACE THE GREATEST RISK

    It all has to do with ventilation, aerosols, and the fact that restaurant workers are stuck in the same air for hours while working...

    Restaurant
  • Everything You Need to Bake a Pie From Scratch, According to Pie-Baking Experts By Eater   -   Oct 19, 2020

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BAKE A PIE FROM SCRATCH, ACCORDING TO PIE-BAKING EXPERTS

    Pie
  • Drinking in America Now Is a Story of Heartbreak and Resilience By Eater   -   Oct 19, 2020

    DRINKING IN AMERICA NOW IS A STORY OF HEARTBREAK AND RESILIENCE

    Eater From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week Hey everyone, From the beginning of the pandemic, we've known that...

    Miami, Cocktail, New Orleans, Bar, Chicago
  • How Oishii Berry Brought Japan's Most Expensive Strawberries to America By Eater   -   Oct 17, 2020

    HOW OISHII BERRY BROUGHT JAPAN'S MOST EXPENSIVE STRAWBERRIES TO AMERICA

    A first-of-its-kind indoor vertical farm consistently churns out perfect, juicy strawberries “To me, a strawberry is something I grew...

    Strawberries
  • Food Delivery Workers in SF Forced to Promote Ballot Measure That Decides Their Fate By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    FOOD DELIVERY WORKERS IN SF FORCED TO PROMOTE BALLOT MEASURE THAT DECIDES THEIR FATE

    Gado via Getty Images

  • With High-Stakes Election Imminent, Some Restaurants Are Giving Time Off for Voting By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    WITH HIGH-STAKES ELECTION IMMINENT, SOME RESTAURANTS ARE GIVING TIME OFF FOR VOTING

    Barbara Kalbfleisch /Shutterstock It's a long overdue move, but companies like &pizza and Sweetgreen are leading the way in helping...

    Restaurant, Pizza
  • The J Balvin x McDonald's Merch Line Is Actually Delightful?! By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    THE J BALVIN X MCDONALD'S MERCH LINE IS ACTUALLY DELIGHTFUL?!

    McDonald's Plus, the CDC releases Thanksgiving guidelines, and more news to start your day J Balvin and McDonald's released a line...

    Meal, Energy, Menu, Chicken
  • Enrique Olvera's Long-Awaited First LA Restaurant Is Finally Here By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    ENRIQUE OLVERA'S LONG-AWAITED FIRST LA RESTAURANT IS FINALLY HERE

    Damian, originally scheduled to debut in 2019, has been in the making for years

    Restaurant
  • The Going-Out Throw Is the G.O.T. of 2020 By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    THE GOING-OUT THROW IS THE G.O.T. OF 2020

    For comfortable outdoor dining this fall and winter, you'll need a blanket On September 30, New York City gave restaurants the go-ahead...

    Restaurant, Dinner, New York
  • I Own a Coffee Shop in a Small Town. We're the Only Business That Requires Masks By Eater   -   Oct 16, 2020

    I OWN A COFFEE SHOP IN A SMALL TOWN. WE'RE THE ONLY BUSINESS THAT REQUIRES MASKS

    Akerri /Shutterstock People didn't believe COVID would affect our remote community in South Dakota, but my cafe can't take that chance...

    Coffee
  • As Restaurants Prepare for Winter Outdoor Dining, Convincing Customers Remains a Challenge By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    AS RESTAURANTS PREPARE FOR WINTER OUTDOOR DINING, CONVINCING CUSTOMERS REMAINS A CHALLENGE

    Giedriius /Shutterstock If you build a winterized outdoor patio, they still might not come As more states are allowing the hospitality...

    Restaurant, Detroit
  • Four Agave-Distilled Spirits For Your Bar Cart, Recommended by an NYC Bartender By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    FOUR AGAVE-DISTILLED SPIRITS FOR YOUR BAR CART, RECOMMENDED BY AN NYC BARTENDER

    Famed New York bartender Ivy Mix shares four beloved mezcals plus one bacanora that are worth sipping Whether or not it's your go-to...

    Tequila, Mexican, Spirits, New York, Bar
  • The Meat Hook Butchers Embark on a Beer Can Duck Experiment By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    THE MEAT HOOK BUTCHERS EMBARK ON A BEER CAN DUCK EXPERIMENT

    Will a light beer or a dark beer make the most flavorful bird? On this episode of ‘Prime Time,' The Meat Hook Butchers Ben Turley and...

    Duck, Cook, Beer, Water, Vinegar, Grill, Meat, Chicken
  • What London's Tier 2 Coronavirus Restrictions Mean For Diners By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    WHAT LONDON'S TIER 2 CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS MEAN FOR DINERS

    PA Images via Getty Images

    London
  • A Looming Menace for Restaurants: Winter Is Coming By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    A LOOMING MENACE FOR RESTAURANTS: WINTER IS COMING

    Still struggling to recoup shutdown losses, businesses now must survive the harsh blow of cold weather It happened around Labor Day...

    Restaurant, Cider
  • We Asked Health Experts About the Safest Methods for Trick-or-Treating in 2020 By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    WE ASKED HEALTH EXPERTS ABOUT THE SAFEST METHODS FOR TRICK-OR-TREATING IN 2020

    This jack-o-lantern better pull that face mask up over its nose. | From scavenger hunts to hurling candy from your porch, here's what...

    Candy
  • Dunkin' Partners With ‘Hot Ones' on a Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut for Halloween By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    DUNKIN' PARTNERS WITH ‘HOT ONES' ON A SPICY GHOST PEPPER DONUT FOR HALLOWEEN

    Dunkin' Plus, Instacart is resorting to some shady measures to influence voters, and more news to start your day The Spicy Ghost Pepper...

    Strawberries, Sauce
  • Trailblazing Portland Restaurant Beast Will Not Reopen By Eater   -   Oct 15, 2020

    TRAILBLAZING PORTLAND RESTAURANT BEAST WILL NOT REOPEN

    Naomi Pomeroy, the chef and owner of the restaurant, told the Oregonian that a new concept will fill the space

    Restaurant, Portland