Some Dallas restaurateurs are boycotting their local critic — but they're right to complain about an outdated system.
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Only one chef sipped crème anglaise straight from a Brandy snifter every morning to treat hangovers.
Daniel lost a star, Blanca gained one, and Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare remains on top.
See his interview with Liam Mayclem, shot in June.
It was a regular love fest amongst a bunch of old friends and colleagues.
They've been open for a little bit, it seems, but no one noticed.
"If you read the reviews believing that all restaurants with a given number of stars are meant to be equally good, you’re going to lose your mind."
"RW Apple called Stars the most democratic restaurant he had ever seen. But it was only because of that inspiration that came out of L.A."
"Why are so many menus exactly the same? People are really taking themselves way too seriously."
Finally, Bauer writes something about Una Pizza.
"The legendary chef of Stars (a onetime San Francisco game-changer) was [at the Beards], looking tan and relaxed. For those wondering about his whereabouts, he is currently living in Mexico, where he's busy with diving, architecture, and travel writing." ...
Saturday's quake caused most of Eureka's restaurants to close for the night, but mostly because of the power outage.
The city now has the most three-star restaurants in the world.
Who snagged stars and who got downgraded?
His one-star review of the Standard Grill has rankled a couple of fellow writers.
New Sunset restaurant plans "San Francisco Pub Food" and a break from the cold in the Outer Sunset.