The Morning Brew: Thursday, 9/13



Practical lessons in what it really means for a restaurant to be accessible to diners with disabilities. (New York Times)

The new outbreak of hoof-and-mouth disease in Great Britain appears to be the same strain from earlier this summer. (Guardian)

The World Health Organization says China has made progress in dealing with its food-safety problems. (AFX News)

London restaurants are the world's most expensive, Zagat says. Paris is second, Tokyo third. An average London meal, including tax, tip and drinks, is more than twice as expensive as a similar meal in New York City. (Reuters)

-Ian Froeb