'Cote d'Or', my Tuesday Restaurant Review is now 'Charolais'

Hard to believe but copyright laws do not apply only to music and movie downloads.
The new New York restaurant that was originally conceived as Charolais and renamed Cote d'Or is now back to the Charolais brand after some legal eagles took issue with the name.
I was not trying to make your head spin.
Is Chocolate involved?
What about Willy Wonka?
On the positive side I guess they can now go live with their website.

My Cote d'Or/Charolais review: No TV Dinner, Monday Night Dinner with Jane

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