The Quiet Tragedy of Losing Communal Meals

For many communities, especially minority diasporas in America, the ability to share food is a critical connection to traditions and customs

Why Restaurants Still Can’t Shake Their Sexist Service Etiquette

When dining out, gender assumptions run so deep they’re sometimes unconscious — and more progressive approaches can hurt a server’s pocket

Eat Your Heart Out: Old-School Lau Lau and Poi

For activist Kaniela Ing, this Native Hawaiian pork dish, wrapped in taro leaves and steamed, smells like home — and absolute heaven

Why Doesn’t Everyone Eat at the Bar?

Solo night out? Anniversary? Awkward first date? Take it from me: The bar is the best place to sit in the entire restaurant