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Last week, we got to talk about restaurants that have banned kids from their dining rooms.
Here’s something else other than badly behaved kids that can be annoying to diners: overactive cell phone users. Recently, NYU professor Anna Akbar suggested to CNN the “phone stack” game: When you go out to eat, everyone must put their cells in the middle of the table. Whoever is first to give in to the urge to check their device has to pay for dinner.
Here are several places in sync with the phone stack game.
Back in the day, Bill Clinton was the highest-profile devotee of the highest-calorie items on the McDonald's menu.
What a difference a few years - and a quadruple-bypass surgery - can make.
The fast food giant and the former Big Mac fan-in-chief announced they were coming together Thursday to help fight the scourge of obesity.
Instead of just French fries to go with your value meal, McDonald's soon will offer you a choice of a side salad, fruit or vegetable as a substitute.
They also pledged to promote only water, milk and juice as the beverage that comes with a Happy Meal and to use Happy Meal packaging to "generate excitement" for fruits and vegetables.