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Gael Greene

  1. rip
    Gael Greene Invented the Modern Restaurant CriticThe author and longtime food writer has passed away at the age of 88.
  2. from the archives
    Remembering Gael Greene: How Not to Be Humiliated in Snob RestaurantsA “cram course in humility-and-chutzpah” from our archives.
  3. Say It Isn’t Pernod
    Keith McNally Plans to Reopen Pastis in 2015Don’t give up hope yet.
  4. Say It Isn’t Pernod
    Keith McNally’s Pastis Closing in JanuaryThe restaurateur said previously the brasserie would close for nine months, then reopen.
  5. Temporary Closings
    Keith McNally: Pastis Will Close for Nine MonthsThe meatpacking district building is being rebuilt to add more retail space.
  6. It’s Only a Rumor
    McNally Says Balthazar and Pastis Not ClosingEverybody just calm down.
  7. Farewell
    Gael Greene Says Good-bye to Steven RichterHe passed, at 74.
  8. Eroticavents
    Gael Greene’s Sexy SupperSteak and seduction tips with the Insatiable Critic.
  9. Rants
    Gael Greene: Leave Jeffrey Chodorow Alone!“What did the guy do? What is his sin?”
  10. The Other Critics
    Gael Greene: Doesn’t Anyone Care About Craig Claiborne Anymore?The former ‘New York’ critic thinks he (and she!) should’ve been in the Barneys windows.
  11. Top Chef
    Simmons Previews Top Chef; Waxman Defends Gael GreeneJonathan Waxman considers his Obi-Wan nickname “a little embarrassing.”
  12. Bookshelf
    First Look: Who Feels Anthony Bourdain’s Wrath in His New Book, MediumNow that he’s softened up to Emeril, who is Anthony Bourdain ranting about in his follow-up to Kitchen Confidential? A first look.
  13. The Other Critics
    Gael Greene Questions Jimmy Bradley’s Cheflihood, Gets TV ShowPlus, Guy Fieri on entourage management.
  14. Top Chef
    Top Chef Masters Premiere: First-Date JittersChefs shop at a gas station and cook for the Bravery.
  15. Thought Pieces
    Sietsema Looks at the Past, But What’s the Future of Food Media?A history of restaurant reviewing makes one ask: What’s next?
  16. TV Land
    Prepare to Meet Your MastersGael Greene has the inside track.
  17. TV Land
    Gail Simmons Will Host ‘Top Chef: Desserts,’ Return to ‘TopBravo announces its new lineup.
  18. The Other Critics
    Sifton Finds La Grenouille Worth It; Sutton on Abe & Arthur’s WaitPlus: Eleven Madison Park’s excellent service, and the dinner-party aspect of Tipsy Parson, all in our weekly restaurant-review roundup.
  19. Other Blogs
    Food Bloggers Play Musical Chairs, Make Us DizzyThis, folks, is why some people call it the Interweb.
  20. TV Land
    Top Chef Masters Will Be Back With Gail SimmonsPlus, a look at Food Network’s November lineup.
  21. The Other Critics
    Pete Wells Is Asked to Kindly Loosen His Grip on Those StarsHis one-star review of the Standard Grill has rankled a couple of fellow writers.
  22. TV Land
    Padma’s New Sitcom: The Pilot Revealed!We imagine the initial script for Padma Lakshmi’s upcoming sitcom.
  23. Top Chef
    Top Chef Masters: Put a Fork in It?Not even Doogie Howser could get anyone excited about this episode.
  24. Thought Pieces
    Are Foodies Still Having Sex?Gael Greene asks the question; we try to answer it.
  25. The Other Critics
    Bruni Perplexed by Rye; Freeman and Sutton Approve of AldeaPlus Gael Greene on DBGB, Jay Cheshes on Bar Artisanal, and more, in our roundup of this week’s reviews.
  26. The Other Critics
    Bruni Considers Savoy Deeply Pleasant, Freeman and Sutton Are ‘Eh’Plus reviews of Harbour, Marea, and Brooklyn Flea, in our weekly roundup.
  27. The Other Critics
    Bruni Likes Flex Mussels’ Flavors; Inakaya IsPlus: Gael Greene on Locanda Verde, Ryan Sutton on three new pizzerias, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  28. The Other Critics
    Bruni Loves Ippudo’s Ramen; Pho Sure Is a ‘Little Gem’Plus: Danyelle Freeman on Bubby’s, and Alan Richman on three pizza newcomers, in our roundup of this week’s reviews.
  29. The Other Critics
    Bruni Praises Minetta Tavern’s Meat; Table 8 Shows SkillPlus: Danyelle Freeman at Vutera, Jay Cheshes at Smith’s, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  30. TV Land
    Judges for Top Chef: Masters Are AnnouncedGael Greene, among others, will determine the fate of “24 world-renowned chefs.”
  31. Celebrations
    Four Seasons Turns 50So which power players did ‘Vanity Fair’ photograph for the occasion?
  32. Celebrity Settings
    Spotted at the DoryThe critics were out in full force during a recent dinner.
  33. In the Magazine
    Meet Momofuku’s Pastry Chef; Buy a Cheap KnifePlus: openings, Alex Rajj’s new menu at Txikito, Gael Greene at Almond, and more in this week’s magazine.
  34. The Apocalypse
    Gael Greene Experiments With Spam, and We Can Only Wonder What’s NextThe esteemed critic is headed down a slope that’s as slippery as Spam goo.
  35. The Other Critics
    Gael Greene Confesses She Doesn’t Really Get Grant AchatzThe $1,500 Per Se/Alinea dinner may have been better on paper.
  36. The Other Critics
    Greene Machine at Center CutGael Greene likes Center Cut, though it probably won’t win over Bruni.
  37. In The Magazine
    No Stars for Bloomingdale Road; Get Amped for the Oak RoomAlso in the magazine: Platt on Bobo, Gael on Vai, and Michael White’s spaghetti recipe.
  38. Restaurant Revival
    Will the Palace Be Rebuilt As a Turkish Hot Spot?Frank Valenza tries to raise a new restaurant on the site of his old Palace in midtown.
  39. Openings
    At Corton, Gael Greene Considers Forgiving Paul Liebrandt’s Foamy SinsThe Insatiable Critic comes back with first word on Drew Nieporent’s reinvention of Montrachet.
  40. In the Magazine
    Recession-Ready Eats: Sandwiches, Sides, and Clam PiesIn the magazine this week: hot Alidoro sandwiches, cheap dumplings, Greenmarket cauliflower, and more.
  41. Bruni’s Two CentsFrank wonders why David Chang didn’t make Gael Greene’s list of the most important restaurants of the last 40 years.
  42. In the Magazine
    Forty Years of New York FoodWhat we’ve been eating since ‘New York’ debuted in 1968.
  43. The New York Diet
    Gael Greene Finishes Trabocchi’s Veal and Follows the Food PyramidGael Greene starts her days with yogurt and ends them with goody-bag chocolate.
  44. NewsFeed
    El Bulli Vet Can’t Take the Heat in Al Allegretti’s KitchenThat may fly at El Bulli, but this is New York, papi!
  45. NewsFeed
    Jean-Georges a Partner in Co Pizzeria; Steakhouse Next?Plus, news of a new Vongerichten steakhouse on the Upper East Side.
  46. In the Magazine
    The Farmer As Cult Hero; Four Stars for General GreeneHot salami, cold gelato, and reviews of Convivio and the General Greene are just part of this week’s issue.
  47. NewsFeed
    Will Alain Ducasse Take Over Restaurant Paul Bocuse?From one French titan to another.
  48. Mediavore
    Vertical Farms Coming to New York?; Manhattan Immune to Starbucks Closings (forPlus Spike Mendelsohn’s creepy admirer, Aamos goes west, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  49. Mediavore
    President Looks to Increase FDA Budget After Latest Scare; Pelaccio Eats SaladPlus Gael Greene’s decadent creation for Serendipity, Rocco DiSpirito’s ideal summer day, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  50. In the Magazine
    Eat Pizza in Brooklyn and Buy Meat in Union SquareFrom the Greenmarket to wine in a box.
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