Soda Tax on Today's Agenda; Louisiana Restaurants Sue BP

Today's budget vote is likely the last chance for Mayor Nutter's proposed soda tax. [Daily News]

Ten Louisiana restaurants have filed suit against BP from damages resulting from the recent oil spill. [NRN]

Urbanspoon's restaurant reservation tool launches today. [WSJ]

Nicolas Cage chooses which animals to eat based upon how dignified they are when they have sex. [Guardian]

Ground beef prices are skyrocketing, leading fast food chains to try to steer customers towards other menu items like chicken and salads. [WSJ]

Though KFC originally planned to retire the Double Down on Sunday, the chain will continue to offer it for as long as customer demand persists. [USA Today]

A San Francisco entrepreneur is trying to introduce Americans to natto (fermented soy beans), but many consumers are wary of the smell and appearance. [WSJ]

Hershey's is suing Williams Sonoma over a brownie pan that Hershey's claims mimics its chocolate bar design. [Huffington Post]