R.I.P. Lou Reed

Just saw that Lou passed today from complications of a liver transplant. I really liked most of his music with "Sally Can't Dance", "Berlin", and "R & R Animal" being my favorites. Saw him at the Felt Forum way back when. He will be missed.
Restaurants should not serve certain foods "unannounced" and alcohol may be at the top of the list.
Red wine vinegar is produced by the metabolization of alcohol to vinegar. There may be trace amounts of residual alcohol remaining (also true of many other products), but to suggest that a restaurant needs to announce that as alcoholic is a bit of a stretch. Do retaurants need to describe the vanilla ice cream as alcoholic if it includes vanilla extract? Give the place a break.

I'm hoping that Lou Reed misunderstood what the product is. (Maybe his server should have explained! ;-). He had a serious liver condition and a history of substance abuse, so I understand the sensitivity to consuming alcohol, but - even tho I'm not an MD - I'm guessing that the salad dressing wasn't going to be an issue for him.
My wife and I blasted Walk on The Wild Side with the lights off the night he died, just like we always have. What a great self eulogy.
"It always bothers me to see people writing 'RIP' when a person dies. It just feels so insincere and like a cop-out. To me, 'RIP' is the microwave dinner of posthumous honours." - Lou Reed