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Adam Platt

  1. foodievents
    Hang Out With New York’s Adam Platt at Vulture FestivalHe’ll be there to talk funny stories about food with Rachael Ray, Jonathan Van Meter, and others.
  2. Platt Chat
    Adam Platt Is Answering Your Questions Right NowHe’s doing a Facebook Q&A at this very minute.
  3. Platt Chat
    What Are Your Burning Food Questions for Adam Platt?Our critic is doing a Facebook Q&A.
  4. Tributes
    Platt Remembers Ozersky: A True Grub Street Intellectual“He was the closest thing to a real Liebling-esque figure in this increasingly gaseous world of food writing that we have.”
  5. The Other Critics
    Bâtard Wins 2014The major critics agree that it’s the year’s very best new restaurant.
  6. Critical Backlash
    When Chefs Go to War With Critics Over StarsSome Dallas restaurateurs are boycotting their local critic — but they’re right to complain about an outdated system.
  7. The Tipping Economy
    Platt: ‘Americans Are Addicted to Tipping’“Mostly we do it because we’re in this zombielike haze.”
  8. Voyages
    Adam Platt Calls Singapore ‘Asia’s Great Food Bazaar’New York’s restaurant critic discovers there’s a lot more than street food in Singapore these days.
  9. The Other Critics
    Pete Wells Gives Tavern on the Green Reboot Zero Stars“Prying tiny quail bones away from meat that was griddled until it was as dry as a week-old English muffin wasn’t very wonderful,” he writes.
  10. Critical Mass
    Restaurant Critic With 20 Years of Experience Finally Revealed Her FaceCiting “realities of the Internet era,” the Patriot-News reviewer joins the “out” club.
  11. Follow a Teen
    Teenagers Review Eataly’s Brand-New Nutella Bar: ‘Incredible!’“This is the best crepe I’ve ever had in my entire life.”
  12. Conversations
    Paris Critic on NYC: ‘They Charge Money for the Breadbasket?!’Adam Platt talks to Paris critic Bruno Verjus about food trends in New York and Paris.
  13. Chinatown
    Fung Tu’s Wilson Tang Responds to New York’s Adam Platt onGet the cold jellyfish salad at Ping’s, he says, then get back to him.
  14. Interviews
    Adam and Oliver Platt on Critics, Chef, and Molten Chocolate Cake“He’s like you in that way. I’m always telling my chef friends that you’re really a nice, charming fellow.”
  15. Cranky Critic
    Platt: Debunking the Myth of Chinatown Restaurants“The food in Manhattan’s Chinatown has never been more ordinary or predictable.”
  16. Platt Chat
    Platt Chat: Ego-Driven Chefs and the Constant Search for New ExperiencesNew York’s Adam Platt and Alan Sytsma discuss the fascination with restaurants where chefs run the show, regardless of what diners might want.
  17. Not So Sweet
    Platt: Why This Is the Dark Age of DessertRestaurants have swapped glamorous, crescendos of sweets in favor of cheap, ready-made options that don’t always satisfy.
  18. Restaurant Review
    Platt: Villard Michel Richard Is Fit for NobilityChef Michel Richard brings nostalgic decadence back to midtown.
  19. Critical Moves
    Watch New York Restaurant Critic Adam Platt Discuss Why He’s No“The thing about being a food critic, as compared to a book critic, or TV or film critic, it changes all the time.”
  20. Lists
    New York Critic Adam Platt Abandons Anonymity, Tells You Where to Eat“Much of this old magic is gone,” he writes, on the old world of restaurant criticism.
  21. Taste Test
    Adam Platt on Shake Shack’s New, ‘Fresh’ FriesOur resident restaurant critic heads over to Danny Meyer’s burger chain to see if his newfangled fries are better than the crinkle-cut originals.
  22. Quote of the Day
    Adam Platt Doesn’t Want to Ask You to Turn the Music Down“New York is a noise pit, anyway.”
  23. Easy Bake
    Michael Pollan Says Men Need to Get Back Into the Kitchen, StatWe need more “gender-neutral” cooking classes.
  24. User's Guide
    Here Is Adam Platt’s ‘Where to Eat 2013’Everything you’d need to get by, and get dinner, in 2013.
  25. Hurricane Sandy
    Platt’s Sandy DietHalf-frozen bagels and hard-boiled eggs.
  26. Restaurant Review
    Platt: Ootoya Offers a Down-to-Earth Alternative to Expensive SushiAnd elaborate omakase feasts.
  27. The Other Critics
    Cuozzo Tastes the View at Gaonurri; Sietsema Delivers Final Blow to NicolettaRao finds some of the ducks are lined up at Ducks, and more, in our weekly roundup.
  28. Acting Critical
    Adam Platt to Timberlake: Stick With Me, KidLet the professional give you some advice.
  29. Slideshows
    The Fifteen Most Gloriously Dramatic Fights Between Restaurant Owners and FoodSee the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
  30. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt Gives Atera Four Stars’New York’ Magazine’s chief critic weighs in on Matthew Lightner’s ambitious new project.
  31. Adam Platt
    Adam Platt on the Overhype of Foie and Living Dangerously As a Critic“Portly Dad” might be the next career move.
  32. Other Cities
    Regarding the Post-9/11 Dining Era
  33. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt Reviews the Dutch, Doesn’t Necessarily Buy Into the HypeOur resident restaurant critic doesn’t exactly love the Soho hotspot.
  34. The Other Critics
    New York Critics Weigh In on Vetri, and the Verdict: It’s Awesome!You can’t buy this kind of endorsement.
  35. Adios Ferran
    Adam Platt’s Epic Adventure at El BulliThe ‘New York’ restaurant critic experiences one last supper at El Bulli.
  36. Empire Building
    McNally May ‘Discreetly’ Open Another Pulino’s or TwoThe restaurateur reflects on a roller-coaster year.
  37. Audio Feed
    Listen to Adam Platt Talk About the State of Restaurant ReviewingThe ‘New York’ restaurant critic and Eater’s Raphael Brion appear on “Leonard Lopate.”
  38. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt on Where to Eat in 2011Plus: the best chefs, cocktails, and restaurants of 2010.
  39. Grub Map
    New York’s 35 Best Pork Dishes: MappedAll of Adam Platt’s picks for the best pig in the city, now in convenient map form.
  40. In the Magazine
    Platt Finds Lincoln Lacking; Totes for AllPlus: grocery gifts, the last (we hope) of Four Loko, and more.
  41. Celebrity Settings
    The Other Platt’s PalateOliver Platt (brother of Adam) is pro cilantro.
  42. Empire Building
    Scarpetta Coming to Montage Beverly HillsThe pillaging of L.A. by now-you-see-me, now-you-don’t-chefs continues.
  43. Beef
    McNally Adds Cuozzo to His ShitlistThe ‘Post’ critic is “an illiterate, low-life hack.”
  44. Beef
    Platt Responds to McNally’s Response to Platt’s ReviewOur “bald, over-weight reviewer” responds to McNally’s defense of Pulino’s.
  45. The Other Critics
    Marco Canora Thinks It’s Impossible to Impress the CriticsParticularly, Adam Platt.
  46. The Other Critics
    Pete Wells Is Asked to Kindly Loosen His Grip on Those StarsHis one-star review of the Standard Grill has rankled a couple of fellow writers.
  47. The Other Critics
    Adam Platt Talks Shop With Frank BruniThe city’s two top critics compare notes on the star system, their least favorite restaurants, the matter of anonymity, and more.
  48. In the Magazine
    Platt Preview: Monkey Bar“Monkey Bar lacks the kind of solid, crowd-pleasing cooking that makes the Waverly Inn such a hit downtown,” our critic concludes.
  49. In the Magazine
    Platt Sails Into Harbour; Marea Taking ReservationsAlso in this week’s magazine: Make young spinach salad and eat traditional Moroccan at last.
  50. In the Magazine
    Platt on Minetta Tavern; Dry-Pasta Taste TestAlso in the magazine this week: cocktails at Momofuku Ssäm Bar and the return of the Red Hook vendors.
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