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Olive Garden Investor Says Back Off the Breadsticks

By Candice Choi | Saturday Sep 13, 2014
In a nearly 300-page treatise on what's wrong with Olive Garden and its management, investor Starboard Value suggests the Italian restaurant chain is being reckless with its unlimited breadsticks.

Mad for Medieval in Alexandria

By Randy Schulman | Saturday Aug 16, 2014
Touted as an out-of-the-ordinary experience, "Alexandria's Medieval Madness" blends the fields of art and history - and not simply by way of historical reenactment.

Go for the Food: Shwarma in Copenhagen

By Amir Bibawy | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
Don't tell the folks over at avant-garde eateries Noma and Geranium, but for many visitors to Denmark's capital, the biggest culinary sensation isn't Nordic fusion.

Dining Out in the Desert: Palm Springs' Best Eats

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jun 23, 2014
Spending the day in Palm Springs, California? EDGE takes a look at some of top picks for breakfast, lunch and dinner in this desert oasis. From the hair of the dog to a perfectly grilled rib-eye steak, you'll find delicious delights at every meal.

Go for the Food: In Annapolis, Crabs Rule

By Philip Elliott | Tuesday Jun 10, 2014
Do not wear your Sunday Best. That’s the first rule for eating messy crabs here on the Chesapeake Bay at Jimmy Cantler’s Riverside Inn.

Take a Bite Out of L.A. Pride

By Winnie McCroy | Friday Jun 6, 2014
Sure, there will be plenty of eye candy at Los Angeles Pride, but when you need a real meal, check out these delicious options that represent the city’s diverse food scene.

Go for the Food: Times Square Spotlight

By Mark Kennedy | Tuesday May 27, 2014
Times Square is a lot of things - a sensory-overload, horribly crowded, eye-popping and deeply exciting. Look further and you’ll discover culinary gems from pizza and burgers to craft cocktails.

Go For the Food: Taste the Big Easy in St. Louis

By Alan Scher Zagier | Thursday May 15, 2014
The Broadway Oyster Bar may be a mere block from the home stadium of the St. Louis Cardinals, but its heart lies in another Mississippi River city nearly 700 miles south.

Go for the Food: Athens, Ohio

By Philip Elliot | Thursday May 8, 2014
Athens ... Ohio? Not typically considered the hotbed of culinary invention, but if you’re seeking comfort food, look no further than this charming southern Ohio town.

Copenhagen’s Noma Again World’s No. 1 Restaurant

By J.M. Hirsch | Tuesday Apr 29, 2014
Rene Redzepi’s daringly innovative Danish restaurant Noma has reclaimed the title of world’s top restaurant.