Dunkin' Donuts Doubling Reach; Phil Lesh Taking Over Marin Restaurant

As if there weren't already enough orange and hot pink in the world, Dunkin' Donuts has announced plans to double its U.S. locations over the next two decades. [CNN Money]

A step in the right direction: The FDA has banned the use of a class of antibiotics called cephalosporins in livestock raising. [LAT]

Stop the (cookie) presses, there's a new Girl Scout cookie in town. Dubbed the very San Fernando Valley-esque "Savannah Smiles," it's a lemon wedge dusted with powdered sugar. [HuffPo]

Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is turning an old seafood restaurant in Marin County into a concert hall. [Marin IJ]

The L.A. Times wraps up the greatest hits from its terrific "The Find" feature that highlights L.A.'s strong cheap eats scene. [LAT]

A new Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf has opened at LAX's Terminal 6. [Moodie Report]

Following his dismissal, Alec Baldwin is back on board as a spokesperson for the Wegman's Grocery chain. Phew, finally we can sleep at night knowing these two are back together. [Goerie]

A writer reports from the front lines of freeganism, as his brother-in-law brings food foraged from a dumpster to his dinner party. [The Globe and Mail]

Hotels are increasingly upgrading their restaurants to feel less hotel-y. But let's face it, The Four Seasons and everybody else, you'll never pull this off as successfully as the Ace. [WSJ]

If you must think about detoxing this week, here's Serious Eats' favorite foods for getting the job done, from cottage cheese to cucumbers. [SE]