People Who Eat in the Dark Tend to Eat Less, Probably Because They…

A new study conducted on unsuspecting human lab rats in an Illinois Hardee's has found that people tend to consume fewer calories and have a slower rate of maw-stuffing when the lights are low, soft music is wafting down from hidden speakers, a plant is eyeing their meal jealously from a corner, and they can wipe their … » 8/31/12 1:00pm 8/31/12 1:00pm

‘Breastaurants’ Angle For a New Generation of Leering Wing-Eaters

Hooters-like restaurants are are in the midst of a renaissance — the top three so-called "breastaurant" chains behind Hooters each grew by at least 30 percent last year, according to Technomic, which means that we can all look forward to such cleverly-named eateries as Twin Peaks, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, and the more… » 6/24/12 5:45pm 6/24/12 5:45pm

Eat, Drink, Man, Woman: Or, Women Like Eating Fish In Mint Green Rooms

FYI: You like meat. But you kind of feel bad about it, so menus have to trick you into ordering it. Oh, and you're really sensitive to harsh lighting, too. What, you didn't know? Well, according to the Times » 10/08/08 5:00pm 10/08/08 5:00pm, every restauranteur does: it all comes out in a piece on the often "laughably clichéd" differences — traditional…