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New York, Houston's has a problem

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With more than thirty restaurants across the country (including one that opened at 303 Josephine Street in Denver in April), the Houston's chain falls under the fourteen-month-old New York City rule that requires it to put calorie information its menus. But as Crain's New York reports, Houston's is refusing to do that at its two restaurants in Manhattan -- and now the company has a date with an administrative law judge on September 1. Read all about it here.

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