A Chicago critic blows his anonymity; meanwhile, New York servers and critics are still playing hide-and-seek.
We beg to differ.
Last night's episode was like getting coal in your stocking.
As Ariane-gate continues to unfold, we asked our restaurant critic to make sense of it all.
Also in this week's magazine: Susur Lee opens Shang; where to eat Sunday supper; and no stars for Secession.
Steve Cuozzo tries to shut up restaurateurs, such as Alain Ducasse and Alain Allegretti, who’ve been sniping back at critics.
Our esteemed restaurant critic fears there are many bleak hours of non-drama ahead.
Adam Platt and others failed to educate us in the ways of French food.
Adam Platt on Corton, Gael Greene on 10 Downing, openings from Rob and Robin, and more in this week's magazine.
The new season of ‘Top Chef’ is finally upon us. Adam Platt rejoins us for a post-show chat.
Platt visits Irving Mill and Inside Park at St. Bart's, Cheetos tops broccoli, and more in this week's magazine.
Chef Neil Manacle responds to Platt’s observation that Apiary is especially appealing to women.
The chef tells Platt, who recently gave him just one star, 'Believe me, I know how to cook pasta.'
Also in the magazine: Platt on Bobo, Gael on Vai, and Michael White's spaghetti recipe.
Frank Bruni has only met Adam Platt once, but he thinks he'd like him.
Also in the magazine: a recipe for Pacific saury, Platt on Apiary, and a new dessert for the pumpkin-averse.
Our silly restaurant critic! How little he understands Japanese food, right?