Yet another restaurant gets caught misbehaving on social media.
If you eat at Chick-fil-A you’re more likely to vote for Mitt Romney, on the other hand if you eat at Jamba Juice you’re more likely to vote for President Obama– at least according to a new study.
As the details slowly come in on Sandy we already know that she was a killer storm.
It seems Alton Brown has gone crazy, again. This time taking to twitter to respond to followers in what we’ll politely call “a unique way.”
It’s a bit hot in the kitchen right now for appliance maker KitchenAid after a classless anti-Obama tweet was sent from its Twitter account last night.
Let the Twitter wars begin.
Talk about a drama filled mess. An internationally known sommelier decided to take matters into his own hands after receiving a bad review on Yelp and now it looks like the dispute will be settled in court. Cecelia Groark gave Chicago area wine appreciation company Bottled Grapes a bad review on the popular review site.
File this under the category of how not to treat your customers, no matter how rude they are– because it just “ain’t” worth it. Atlanta restaurant Boners BBQ decided it would be smart to take to Facebook to blast a customer who wrote a not so nice Yelp review.
This came across our twitter feed the other day. If true, sounds like an interesting career choice. Is he some evil foodie, a dark wizard genius or a pioneer? Well, he hasn’t killed anyone… yet.