Lunch Room Chatter hopes the Seattle Weekly's rant marks the beginning of the end of food trend stories.
Our "Top Chef All-Stars" analysts think Richard Blais's crying game last night wasn't genuine.
Forget March Madness. This year, ask your co-workers to fill out our Beer Madness bracket, which has been expanded to 64 entrants.
Lunch Room Chatter found Nathan Myhrvold's review of the New York Times's review more interesting than the review itself.
Is this exciting enough for the finals? Not by a long shot, not even with fake royalty.
What's in, what's hot at area farmers markets.
Lunch Room Chatter ponders the hypocrisy of Wisconsin lawmakers and chefs who spend too much time on Twitter.
Forget Kosta Browne's waiting list. Bid for the winery's exclusive pinots through Lafayette Elementary School's online auction.
That haul from Florida must be dealt with, but how?
Looking for last-minute king cakes? We got you covered.
We ask local editor Amy McKeever the tough questions, like will she continue Eater's campaign to unmask food critics.
Lunch Room Chatter wants to help you make this year's Mardi Gras a day to remember...or forget in the next morning.
D.C. barbecue fiends take note: Hill Country is finally set to open Saturday, March 12.
Columnist Jason Wilson offers up six classic New Orleans cocktails to celebrate Mardi Gras without the Hurricanes.
Lunch Room Chatter worries about California, where one in five can't afford food and many Chinese want to keep their shark's fin soup.
Tears in your beer: Local man is passed over for Beerdrinker of the Year, and all SAVOR tickets are scooped up in minutes.