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Beer for Dogs
Plus José Andrés may be feeding you at the airport
Busch Dog Beer is a thing
If you’re like me, your favorite pastime is taking your dog out for a beer. The only problem is that while you’re out enjoying a cold one, Fido is drinking water from some shared bowl….until now. Busch has released Dog Brew, a turkey-flavored beer for dogs. The non-alcoholic beer is bone broth-based and can be served straight from the can (well, you still have to pour it into a bowl). The brew is available for shipping nationwide, so pick up some cans for your favorite booze hound.
James Corden’s Balthazar breakup and makeup
If you don’t follow Keith McNally’s Instagram post, you should. The restaurateur posts everything on his Instagram from how many covers served at Balthazar to his health struggles. Yesterday, McNally posted that he had banned actor and television host James Corden at NYC staple, Balthazar, for his treatment of restaurant staff there.
Earlier today, Corden apologized and McNally rescinded the Balthazar ban, posting, “James Corden just called me and apologized profusely. Having fucked up myself more than most people, I strongly believe in second chances. So if James Corden lets me host his Late Late Show for 9 months, I’ll immediately rescind his ban from Balthazar. No, of course not. But....anyone magnanimous enough to apologize to a deadbeat layabout like me (and my staff) doesn’t deserve to be banned from anywhere. Especially Balthazar. So Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Corden, Jimmy Corden. All is Forgiven. xx”
Olivia Wilde’s salad is in the middle of the Jason Sudeikis-Harry Styles love triangle
It’s no secret that the set of Don’t Worry Darling kindled a relationship between actor-director Olivia Wilde and heartthrob, Harry Styles. Now, the former nanny of Wilde and Jason Sudeikis spilled some hot tea to the Daily Mail. Although both Wilde and Sudeikis deny the allegations, the nanny alleges that Wilde’s salad dressing might have driven Sudeikis to a breaking point after he found out about Wilde and Styles. If you’re looking for the recipe, it may (or may not) be the one attributed to Wilde on the Food Network site (which also has the funniest reviews ever).
José Andrés may soon be feeding you at the airport
Capital One Landing will debut at both New York’s LaGuardia Terminal B and D.C.’s Washington National Airport, where José Andrés Group will design the food and beverage menu focused on Spanish-style tapas, according to a press release.
In D.C., Capital One Landing will be 5,483 square feet, located immediately post-security in the airport’s Terminal 2, at the intersection of National Hall and Concourse D. In LaGuardia, the space will be 10,700 square feet, in the new Terminal B: An indoor-outdoor concept with views of the NYC skyline and airfield.
“Travel is a huge part of my life, and food is deeply linked to the travel experience,” said Andrés in a press release. “It’s the best way to learn about a place and its people. But as someone who spends a lot of time in airports, many times I find myself wanting more. When Capital One came to us with the idea of creating a new kind of dining experience, our team immediately started to think of the Spanish tapas way of eating with the bounty of American farms and traditions – the very best of both countries. We cannot wait to share these new Capital One Landings with the people of the world!"
Construction is not yet underway.