Paula Deen Opens Cookware Store, David Beckham Considers Bistros in U.S.
David Beckham: The celebrity soccer star and model is interested in opening a chain of bistros in the United States. [Eater]
Paula Deen: The former Food Network star is celebrating the opening of her new cookware store in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The Paula Deen store will house the chef's cookbooks and even the first stove she used for her first cooking show. The chef's new restaurant is also scheduled to open nearby later this summer. [Eater]
David Burke: After announcing he was stepping down from his self-titled restaurant group's day-to-day operations, chef Burke announced the formation of a new venture, Chew on This Enterprises. The celebrity chef intends to open new restaurants in New York City, Chicago, and others cities. [Grub Street]
Ice Coffee Keg: A new company, Joyride Coffee Distributors, is delivering kegs of cold brew coffee to offices in New York and San Francisco. The company works with artisanal roasters including Stumptown and Blue Bottle Coffee Co., with each keg offering 5 gallons — or 320 servings worth — of iced coffee. [Gothamist]
Shake Shack: Danny Meyer's original Madison Square Park location is celebrating a decade of business by inviting celebrity chefs to create their own Shackburger. Read more about what specials are available this week here.