San Jose Businesses Damaged in Cinco de Mayo Madness; Ina Garten Makes 30 Rock Cameo

• Cinco de Mayo celebrations in San Jose got crazy the way they do every year, and at least one restaurant on Alum Rock Avenue, Taqueria El Gallo Junior, was damaged in last night's melee. [ABC]

• The Hi Lo Club, which will be the next, relocated incarnation of KoKo Cocktails, got their Planning Commission approval yesterday, and The Tender is beyond thrilled. [Tender, Earlier]

• In-N-Out Burger has expanded to Texas, and their new locations there open this week. [OC Register]

Prospect executive chef Ravi Kapur discusses all his favorite eats around the Bay, including Nopa and Mow Lee & Co. [Bay Area Bites/KQED]

• In case you missed it: Ina Garten's hilarious 30 Rock cameo from last night's season finale. [Eater]

• Flavor Flav is being sued by a former business partner, who claims Flav cut him out of a Las Vegas fried chicken project. [TMZ]

• Here's everything you need to know about Mint (and Brandy) Juleps, just in time for tomorrow's Kentucky Derby [Eat Like a Man/Esquire]

• Hillary Clinton is calling on countries to act "cooperatively and collaboratively to blunt the impact of rising food prices." [Bloomberg]

• Over in London, it looks like Vietnamese food is poised to be the next big thing. [WSJ]

• The cost of food allergies in America: $500 million. Wonder if that figure includes the made-up allergies people tell David Chang that they have. [Reuters/MSNBC]