New American style restaurant Alinea in the US city of Chicago has beaten out the competition to claim first place in a list of the top ten restaurants in the world, according to the latest rankings from luxury travel magazine and Verdict sister title Elite Traveler.
Starbucks is opening its first store in Italy, almost 50 years after it was established in the US, sparking fears that it will fundamentally change the Italian coffee drinking culture.
Beer is one of the world’s most ancient drinks.
In an age when we’re thinking more carefully than ever about what we put in our mouths, myths about food and drinks are ever more prevalent.
A new study from the University of Cambridge seems to prove conclusively that alcohol is, in fact, bad for you.
Famed US fast food chain White Castle will begin selling Impossible burgers, a meat-free alternative that looks and tastes just like the real thing, at restaurants across the country today.
As gin becomes more ubiquitous, distillers are having to find new ways to entice customers.
When we think of whiskey, most minds turn to the UK.
In an effort to combat obesity, UK authorities announced a sugary drink tax in 2016.
The popularity of the mighty avocado could be waning in the UK, as supermarket figures suggest that pineapples are increasing in popularity.
Blueberry muffins sold at popular brands across the UK are filled with sugar, according to new analysis by Action on Sugar and the Obesity Health Alliance.
The history of gin is one of highs and lows, but it’s also the history of Britain.
The Distillery, the official home of Portobello Road Gin, is the sum of quite a few moving parts.
At the end of every January, the hosts of vegan eating drive, Veganuary, email participants who signed up a questionnaire.
Fever-Tree opened its doors in 2005 with a simple aim: to create a tonic water that enhanced rather than masked the flavour of gin.
It seems 1.2 million Instagram followers does not a successful business make.
It’s National Pie Week in the UK and to celebrate Verdict has rounded up some of the nation’s finest pies.
A group of major investors are close to completing the purchase of a minority stake in restaurant group D.ream, owned by Turkish conglomerate Dogus Group.
After focusing on soft drinks for 125 years, Coca-Cola is finally stepping into the world of alcohol.
In an effort to tackle sexist marketing and help close the pay gap, independent craft brewery Brewdog has launched a so-called “beer for girls” Pink IPA.
Coffee consumption fuels the global workforce, which relies on regular espressos, lattes and cappuccinos to keep eyes open and business moving — coffee is the most consumed drink worldwide.
Counting calories and limiting portion sizes are hallmarks of the so-called starvation diet trend.
Jamie Oliver’s flagship London Barbecoa restaurants have gone into administration as the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group struggles to pay off its soaring debts.
Australian Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), the world’s largest standalone winemaker, has initiated legal action in Australia’s Federal Court against a copycat brand.
January has finally come to an end, which means for vast swathes of people the so-called dry January challenge has also ended.
Le Guide Michelin, France’s annual list of Michelin starred restaurants, will be released next month.
For restauranteurs, there is no greater marker of success than Michelin stars.
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When it comes to dining, one man’s delicious is another man’s devilish.
Later this month, thousands of elite politicians, celebrities and academics will descend on Davos for the annual World Economic Forum.