Michael Bauer explores Salt House's reinvigorated menu.
Bauer gives Dixie's food mixed reviews but says other aspects of the restaurant need work.
Glen Ellen Star wins two and a half stars.
'I hope I'm anonymous,' says he.
Bauer gives Copita a mere two stars, though the review reads even worse than that.
Bauer Says Spoonbar is ‘Transformed’; Boer Calls Berkeley’s Revival Bar and Kitchen ‘Gutsy and Lively’; Miller Adores Maverick
Bauer upgrades Spoonbar to three stars.
Mr. Bauer bestows a mere two and a half stars on the Mission's big spring opener.
Kingfish ends up with just one star for food.
All told: two and a half stars, with three for service.
They found that 'a small but growing number' of restaurants were profiting from the pocketing of unused health care set-aside funds, and that the city should disallow the practice.
Bauer keeps Maverick at 2.5 stars.
They spent over three hours together, and Bauer says the conversation flowed smoothly.
The only other review wasn't so great, but Bauer is in love.
Bauer is more positive, and loves the pizza, but Patty points out that the crust isn't as often as the "new crop of Neapolitan wonders" around town.
Patty complained about her porchetta sandwich...
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Also, Virginia Miller offers her take on Rio Grande and Big.
Bauer ponders how Chinese food has changed, in part because of Nixon's trip.
Three Vegas critics got profiled in the NYT today, and one used to review strip clubs.
He's most displeased with the choice of coffee provider: Starbucks.
Also, Mandy Erickson reviews LYFE Kitchen in Palo Alto.