"If chefs truly can cook better when they know a critic is in the house, then restaurants without an early warning system are at a permanent disadvantage."
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Citing "realities of the Internet era," the Patriot-News reviewer joins the "out" club.
They say they had to close after being deemed "a bleak spot on the culinary landscape."
"People want the Village Voice to succeed," the paper's editor says.
The reviews will commence shortly.
"The thing about being a food critic, as compared to a book critic, or TV or film critic, it changes all the time."
He also praises Alex Stupak's next-level carrots, says he owes Jacques Pépin one, and much, much more.
"You wouldn't believe how fetching I look in a burqa," the critic says.
Tomatoes hidden for Palin's safety and a teacher takes an ill-advised field trip.
Jonathan Gold spills the beans on his methods and nicknames.
We're launching a new column, 'Plattitudes,' and we need your questions.
Readers unleashed on Frank Bruni, and an Albany critic is beaten outside a restaurant.