In case you missed it, #ADayWithoutImmigrants kept stirring controversy, folks opted out of eating at restaurants, and much more.
Ahead, get the details on these stories and more food news!
Chefs, restaurant owners, and employees continued to deal with the effects of A Day Without Immigrants.
First, news broke on which restaurants decided to punish their employees for skipping a day's work, and then, one Austin-based Tex-Mex eatery issued an apology statement regarding their initial anti-immigration stance.
Rapper DJ Khaled is heading to the heart of Cuban cuisine - Miami.
The star's personal chef, De'Bronya Hodges, is opening a restaurant in the city's Little River neighborhood. The chef reportedly keeps Khaled full and healthy enough to maintain his infamous Snapchat stories, and will continue her successes at Empty Plates, where she'll feature "soul food fusion."
To celebrate National Margarita Day, a New York retaurant created a special tequila-infused pizza.
Bodega Negra partnered with Tequila Patron to offer a Platinum Margarita Marguerita Pizza to its customers. The dish is topped with high-end ingredients such as black truffles and caviar - so it's no surprise it can ring in at $500.
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A new survey explains how much less Americans are eating out than they did during the holidays. Most of the respondents cited money as the main reason for settling with homecooked meals. Others claimed they were previously eating in restaurants more simply because of "convenience."