Happy Tuesday. As we've already established, Donald Trump doesn't touch food with his dainty hands. This rule now also applies to fried chicken. In other food news: yet another list of the best new restaurants in the U.S.; how Amazon's Alexa can make your morning coffee; New York City gets another Eataly location this month; and much more:
— Bon Appétit's latest list of the best new restaurants in the country is now live. Every year this long list, compiled by editors Andrew Knowlton and Julia Kramer, gets whittled down into a list of the 10 best new restaurants across the country, or what the magazine calls the Hot 10. Notable inclusions on this year's list that mirror Eater's restaurant editor Bill Addison's choices: NYC's Wildair; LA's Baroo and Cassia; Boston's Shepard; Chicago's Monteverde; and more. See the full list here.
— Someone asked Amazon's Alexa to make their morning coffee. If this is what a robot takeover looks like, it's fairly anticlimactic.
— Comedian John Oliver on Donald Trump: "The rest of the world does not understand Trump's candidacy any more than they understand the menu at Guy Fieri's American Kitchen."
— Eataly's second NYC location opens on August 11. Eater NY gets a peek inside.
— Olympians are selling sugar water to kids.
— Finally, the five most insane milkshakes you'll ever see: