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Below are the listings, organized by the number of stars ("N" denotes new stars):
Did you know that a Harry Potter theme park is coming to Orlando, Florida?
The website for the park (The Wizarding World of Harry Potter) offers a glimpse of the future attractions, which will include recreations of the Hog’s Head and Three Broomsticks pubs from the Harry Potter books. There's not much more information to glean (except for the rendering of Three Broomsticks pictured here), but Nation's Restaurant News reports the menus will feature traditional British fare and drinks, and, yes, butterbeer will be served (pumpkin juice, too).
The theme park is set to open in spring 2010.
Outgoing New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni had downgraded Union Square Cafe from three stars to two.
From the McGriddle to the Volcano Taco, the "most vile looking fast food menu items of all time.
A Robert Sietsema gem of an article: "The best sandwich at An Choi, though, isn't the regulation banh mi, but actually an invented variation called "banh mi thit heo quay" ($8), featuring roasted pork belly that alternates layers of garnet meat and crisp fat. Never has a banh mi been so thoroughly lubricated."