The bacon cheeseburger is $14.
Since closing its doors in 2006, the name and reputation of legendary rock venue CBGB has been steadily diminished and diluted, seemingly beyond repair. Contributing factors include the initial storefront's second life as a high-end men's fashion retailer (arguably the least egregious thing to happen to the brand), a lukewarmly received music festival -- an offshoot of which was announced for Fort Lauderdale and which seems to have never taken place -- and last year's reviled "biopic."
Next up? An airport restaurant. In Newark. The news was first reported last month by New York Magazine food vertical Grub Street in a post on the airport's upcoming restaurant offerings, but went wide this morning thanks to a tweet from independent radio station WFMU, which posted a picture of the restaurant, still under construction.