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]