The list includes Shaya from New Orleans, Townsman in Boston, and New York's Shuko and Little Park.
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Brooklyn's Take Root is "an oasis of passion, a crack in the rock of a cynical world."
Even he can't believe this drivel.
The magazine critic is wrong about the Bronx, but he also happens to be correct.
They're trying to raise half a million dollars on PayPal.
Sbraga earns high marks for great food and reasonable prices.
Another three this year for some veteran chefs with their own projects.
There's also a shout-out to Adam Mali at Brasserie S&P.
Vetri Culinary Juggernaut Rolls Into Bon Appetit; Nighttime Is the Right Time For the Khyber-Royal-Cantina Crew
Vetri, and one of his proteges gets named, and the Khyber owners are kings of late night.
Setting the trends before they're trends.
The Esquire critic says that Gallic cooking is "on life support" in L.A. We beg to differ.
The chef is preparing a five-course menu that follows his career from his teenage years to his current projects.
As reported yesterday, Esquire's best new restaurants issue is out, and John Mariani, Esquire's resident throw-his-weight-around food writer, paid Chicago the backhanded compliment of ignoring all the culinary creativity happening here and zeroing in on what could easily have been...
Local Farmers Reach Out to Pumpkin Growers Elsewhere to Fill Orders; Dud Spuds Spark Concerns For Belgians
Plus: 'Esquire' releases a manly cookbook; and Wendy's spent two years developing its latest burger roll out, all in our morning news roundup.
'Esquire' 'Rules for Men' addresses dining and dialing, among other foodie topics.
We'd love to see the scribe head east fo La Cienega ourselves, but what are you going to do?
'Esquire' apologizes for leaving out a San Francisco pub on their best bars list.
While the Franklin gets some props for grown-up drinks, Citizen's Bank Park loses its top ranking.
But, sadly, Toronado got cut.