Whole Foods' Controversial Restaurant, Starbucks' Settlement & More

Everything you missed this week

We get it, you're busy. We're swamped, too—busy combing the Internet to keep you in the loop amid this fast-moving world, that is. Head into the weekend with these articles, food-related deep dives and Tasting Table reads stored away as dinner party conversation fodder.

All About Food

• A California Whole Foods just opened an in-store Asian restaurant . . . named Yellow Fever.

• The two men who were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last month have settled for $1 (and a $200,000 public school education fund).

• You never know who might show up to your door at night the next time you leave a three-star Yelp review.

• Bars can legally refuse service to any customer wearing a Donald Trump hat.

• Budweiser's new beer is based on an actual recipe from George Washington.

• Diet vodka: It's a thing.

Around the Web

• This daunting one-third-mile race includes beer and doughnut stations for its participants.

• Bob Dylan's latest project isn't an album; it's a bottle of whiskey. 

 Bacoin is the Internet's newest cryptocurrency.

This Week on TT

• This Detroit restaurant chooses your menu based off how privileged you are.

• A new food documentary is putting women chefs front and center.

• Mount Everest is getting a pop-up restaurant.

• McDonald's new U.S. location serves menu items from all over the world.

• Trader Joe's is sharing all its secrets.

• Ina Garten just announced her next cookbook.