More restrictions are easing in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut just in time for Mother's Day weekend.
Fully vaccinated and masked, Len Berk has returned to his part-time job slicing lox at Zabar's. Last spring when the coronavirus outbreak gripped New York, Len, 91, had to stop working and stay home for his own safety.
The maker of Kodiak Cakes waffles and other foods that are marketed as "Protein-Packed" is facing a class-action lawsuit over exactly how much portein they contain.
I-HOP locations across Long Island are dedicating an entire day to actor and comedian Adam Sandler in response to his viral clap-back for being told to wait for a table.
Restaurants all over the country are reporting the same. The wings have flown the coop.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts ramped up his crusade for the meat industry on Wednesday by endorsing a new “beef passport” program to promote meat eating, a few weeks after he blasted Colorado's governor for a resolution encouraging its residents to eat less.
The wine is out of this world. The price is appropriately stratospheric.
A photo posted on social media by a Starbucks barista went viral because it showed multiple changes to ingredients as well as substitutions on a drink order. The barista joked that he wanted to quit his job after the debacle.
Bars and restaurants on Long Island are eagerly awaiting the high season as pandemic restrictions are lifted. But some spots are having trouble hiring help.
Cheeky Sandwiches serves up a chicken sandwich with a twist. It's made with a piece of fried chicken topped with crunchy purple cabbage and smothered in gravy all on a buttermilk biscuit.
Acker is known for selling and auctioning the most expensive, rarest wines in the world. Now it is bringing bottles of Domaine Du Comte Liger-Belair to the auction block with NFT art.
FOX 35 visited the restaurant, where several customers said that they waited between five to six hours for food.
An internet-enabled smart cooking robot promises to turn home cooks into fancy chefs.
Dried yellow mealworms could soon be hitting supermarket shelves and restaurants across Europe.
For the first time since restaurants welcomed customers back for indoor dining, bar seating in New York City is no longer off-limits.
More than a dozen breweries in New Jersey are going to be offering free beers to the newly vaccinated as part of a program announced on Monday.
The indoor dining capacity in New York City can expand to 75% beginning May 7, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
New Jersey, not New York, is the big cheese at the top of an influential food publication's list of the 10 best states for pizza.
The lunar phase of the moon will resemble a taco on May 4, and Taco Bell will give fans a free crunchy taco to mark the occasion.
Honey produced in the United States may contain trace amounts of radioactive fallout from nuclear and atomic tests that occurred more than 60 years ago, researchers say.