Vice’s Tori Telfer recently reported on a five-course meal at Chicago’s Ruxbin. The catch? Each course of the $125-per-plate dinner was inspired by of Salvador Dali’s infamous 1973 cookbook, Les Diners de Gala. See the results for yourself: Beet rose, black sesame dirt, foie gras torchon, brioche, winter lettuce, aerated persimmon, hazelnut, feta, endive. Inspired
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The downturn for most of the restaurant industry continued during September. Same-store sales were negative for the fourth consecutive month and chain restaurants endured another period of declining guest counts. Even restaurant job growth, which until recently had been posting solid gains, dropped considerably. This insight comes from data reported by TDn2K through The Restaurant
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