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The Craft Beer and Brewing Industry Is Reckoning With Sexual Harassment

Women Share Stories About Workplace Sexual Harassment at McDonald’s in CBS Report

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Chicago-Area Pizzeria Owner Allegedly Used Shoe Camera to Film Young Female Employees

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The Toxicity of Restaurant Kitchens Is Exactly Why I Never Reported Abuses

It took leaving the industry to see its problems in full focus, and to understand how wrong I was to stay silent about my experiences

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Ex-42 Grams Chef’s Stone Flower Officially Closes

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Ex-Acadia Worker Asks Yelp and Microsoft For Data to Unmask Creator of Harassing Website in Ryan McCaskey Case

Survey Finds That Pandemic Has Exacerbated Sexual Harassment of Tipped Workers

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After Allegations of Sexual Abuse in Master Sommelier Program, ‘Check, Please!’ Host Renounces Title in Solidarity

Report Details Litany of Sexual Abuse Experienced by Women in Master Sommelier Training

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Acadia Chef Accused of Spearheading Retaliatory Harassment Campaign Against Former Server

The campaign is allegedly retaliation for accusations made about the culture at the Michelin-starred restaurant through the Instagram account The86dlist

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Inside Mundano, Lincoln Park’s Genre-Defying International Bistro

Mundano is where employee culture matters as much as the food and drink

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The Complicated Legacy of the Spotted Pig

For over a decade, the Spotted Pig represented the best and worst in American restaurants

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The Latest in the Ongoing Saga at the Spotted Pig

Here’s everything that’s happened since owner Ken Friedman was accused of sexual misconduct in late 2017

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State Attorney General Is ‘Looking Into’ Joe Bastianich as Part of Batali’s Misconduct Claims

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Chicago’s Oldest Domestic Violence Shelter to Honor Revolution Brewing, Fundraiser Organizer

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Two Years Into #MeToo, Has Anything Really Changed?

Multiple men implicated in #MeToo allegations seemed primed for a comeback in 2019 — or never stopped working to begin with

Former Employee Files Sexual Harassment Class Action Lawsuit Against McDonald’s

The plaintiff’s case is one of several Times Up Legal Defense Fund-backed legal actions against McDonald’s

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NYC Rising Star Sommelier Accused of Sexual Misconduct

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Life After the Line-Cook Boys’ Club

How does the next generation of line cooks see the future of restaurant kitchens?

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19 Chicago Restaurants Continue Donation Drive for Domestic Violence Victims

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Chef Who Attacked Ex-Wife Sues Her for Disparaging Him

Mario Batali’s Website Adds, Then Removes, Hint of a Comeback

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Former Cochon Volant Manager Allegedly Abused Multiple Women

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Illinois Anti-Harassment Law Mandates Chicago Restaurants & Bars to Offer Trainings

Mario Batali Pleads Not Guilty to Assault and Battery of a Woman in Boston Restaurant

Joe Beef Restaurateurs Say They’ve Changed, but Bigger Strides Are Needed

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Canceling a Bad Man Is Just the Beginning

What the curious case of Paul Qui tells us about how the restaurant industry should handle accused chefs

Ken Friedman’s Latest Partnership Falls Apart

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When You See a Stranger Being Creepy in a Bar, the Worst Thing You Can Do Is Nothing

Advice from a bartender on how to make bars a safe space for workers and guests

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How Do We Punish Bad Men While Protecting Restaurant Workers?

The industry needs to step up and support workers stuck in the restaurants of disgraced men

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What Happens When a Restaurant’s Toxic Culture Reaches Customers?

Diners who experience inappropriate comments are often left with little recourse

NC Pizzeria Is Apparently Sticking by Ryan Adams-Themed Menu in Spite of Misconduct Allegations

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