That’s the question Adam Platt and Alan Sytsma (along with special guest, Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema) consider in the latest episode of the Grub Street Podcast. There was a time, not long ago, when making it in the restaurant industry meant, in some ways, making it in New York City. But the increasing difficulties of doing business here, in addition to an internet-enabled ability for chefs around the country to build national reputations, have changed that. Even still, is it really time to anoint a new top city? (Sietsema, who recently published his own list of the country’s top restaurant cities, might argue it is.) Listen to the episode to find out.