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Last Call: Hulk Hogan Advertises His New Florida Restaurant As ‘Hooters x 10′

Tampa Bay Times: Says Hulk Hogan of his new Tampa Bay restaurant Hogan’s Beach, complete with mechanical shark, “It’s going to be Jimmy Buffet’s [Margaritaville] times 10; Hooters times 10.” Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar times Florida.

GrubStreet: Is it time to talk about New Year’s Eve yet? Great, because GrubStreet compiled this handy dandy guide to drunk-binge foods, guaranteed to better deter your hangovers. On the bright side, all of them except fruit sound drunk-satisfying. On the less bright side, a lot of foods apparently cause drunk fever-dreams.

Details: Details Magazine rounded up — of all things — the modern day renaissance of gourmet and artisan breads. Getting special recognition in categories like Best New Bakeries in America, High-End Bread Pairings, and Must-Try Exotic Breads were Little Goat Bread, The Restaurant at Meadowood, Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, Fatty ‘Cue, Husk, and Momofuku Ssam Bar. Bonus: breads are like #1 on that list of good-for-you drunk foods.

Eater: Houston is getting a hipster makeover with the opening of Brooklyn Athletic Club, a Brooklyn-themed restaurant, with bocce-ball, horseshoes, volleyball, and badminton out back. Our gut predictions: this restaurant will be more annoying than Girls, and less annoying than Williamsburg.

Huffington Post: We were expecting this Pakistani fishmonger’s viral “One Pound Fish” marketing jingle to be terrible and awkward, but it’s actually pretty Bollywood chic and catchy! We’re impressed.

Nowness: Nowness cornered Craig Thornton, Magnus Nilsson, and Yotam Ottolenghi, and forced them to admit what foods they were most excited about as The Ingredients Of Tomorrow. Magnus went with barley, since Faviken is planning to brew their own beer this year; Craig was all about Suriname cherries; and Yotam rediscovered floral notes and mysterious chillies on a recent trip to The Mediterranean.

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