The list includes Shaya from New Orleans, Townsman in Boston, and New York's Shuko and Little Park.
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It's now almost fully funded.
"Our food editor surprises us with a lunch of asparagus, morels, and ramp toast with crème fraîche ... He says he's cleaning the fridge. I say he's saving my soul."
What it was like to launch this very site alongside the celebrated food writer.
"He was the closest thing to a real Liebling-esque figure in this increasingly gaseous world of food writing that we have."
The food writer, and a founding editor of Grub Street, was 47 years old.
Josh Ozersky on the misery of working at Grub Street.
The future of the Jewish deli is at stake. Pass the mustard.
The fourth annual Oakland food fest brought out the food-truck fans in droves.
It's the kickoff event of Eat Real 2012 in Oakland.
Ozersky gets deep ... fried.
The small town of Carson City is shocked after a restaurant murder spree.
A look at Food Network's latest creation.
""It's not that I don't agree with the Michelin ratings, they're O.K.," he writes. "But I don't understand them, and that's not O.K."
Two rap performers are dealing with the aftermath of misbehaving in restaurants.
Cutlets: "The best restaurants in Brooklyn, for the most part, are just outposts of Manhattan restaurants."
"Josh understands that such proper disclosures are to be made in the future."
"Since the function of a critic, anonymous or not, is to eat food and render an unbiased opinion, you seem to have failed on that account."