Food & Beverage

  • Food & Beverage

    Lunch Transgressions

    Before the Fed, Dealbreaker is considering lunch. A little salad action perhaps? Or maybe you’re hung-over, in which case we recommend the duo pepperoni slices with extra Tabasco slathered on those bad boys [nothing like that to get all systems running again after a heavy night out at Scores]. We realize that working in an […]

    / Sep 18, 2007 at 1:00 PM
  • Food & Beverage

    Beer Pong Games Are Set To Rally After The Previous Session’s Selloff

    The Murdochification of the Journal continues…

    / Aug 29, 2007 at 8:49 AM
  • Food & Beverage

    DealBreaker’s Guide To Eating Out

    When selecting a restaurant for a special occasion, it’s important to judge candidates in several areas. They are as follows: food, décor, fellow diners, and how you feel about yourself when you tell other people you ate there. Take the upcoming French eatery, L’Autre Pied, being opened by the owners of the famed London restaurant […]

    / Aug 10, 2007 at 12:52 PM
  • Food & Beverage, Life Work Balance

    One Bourbon, One Scotch, and One Beer, for $8,000

    The New York Sun explores the refined palettes of hedge fund managers who are trying too hard to get wasted, while DealBook muses on whether an alcohol downgrade is necessary in these troubled times. Hedge fund managers may love their $4,800 cognac, but we’re thinking hedglings still prefer the best kept alcoholic secret in Manhattan […]

    / Aug 2, 2007 at 11:40 AM
  • Blackstone, Food & Beverage, Private Equity

    Private equity looks for a spicier meatball

    Sick of being called “tossers” in England without having a snappy literal comeback, Blackstone partners have started the next phase of their bold new European investing strategy with the acquisition of a pizza chain. Italian restaurants are all the investing rage this week, as UK millionaire Richard Caring (aside from having one of the greatest […]

    / Jun 1, 2007 at 12:26 PM
  • Food & Beverage

    “Gimmie some rebiana” just doesn’t sound as hot

    Good news for the self consciously pudgy – now ice cream, cereals and granola may be able to give you cancer. Coca-Cola and Cargill are ready to release lines of products sweetened with rebiana, the latest low-calorie sweetener pending regulatory approval. The marketing rationale here is that as long as that calorie number on the […]

    / May 31, 2007 at 2:45 PM

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