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William Grimes

  1. The Other Critics
    Past New York Times Critics: They Reminisce Over FoodReichl, Grimes, Bruni, and Sifty talk shop.
  2. At the Movies
    Watch the Rise, Fall, and Rise of Paul Liebrandt in A MouthfulA documentary on the Corton chef, eight years in the making.
  3. Lists
    William Grimes on the Greatest of All-TimeThe former ‘Times’ critic responds to Sietsema’s list.
  4. The New York Diet
    Food Historian William Grimes Quaffs Tea, Stands Down Kale in His Garden“Crunch, you know, is one of those universal human irresistible things. “
  5. Foodievents
    Ask a Food HistorianWilliam Grimes is answering questions about New York City food history.
  6. Menus
    Cafe Pinot Celebrates Gold and Grimes With ALOUD in the Kitchen, TonightCafe Pinot features a one-night menu to honor William Grimes and Jonathan Gold’s head-to-head.
  7. Slideshow
    First Look at Hotel Griffou, Opening for Public Previews TonightOur slideshow may be the last time you see this place celebrity-free.
  8. Bookshelf
    From William Grimes’s Appetite City: 25 Restaurants We Wish StillAn early look at the former ‘Times’ critic’s fascinating history of New York restaurants.
  9. Bookshelf
    The Twelve Key Ingredients of a Toque Tell-allA chef from Waverly Inn, another from Dressler, plus a French Culinary School grad have spilled their stories.
  10. Back of the House
    Big Brother at Nobu; Greek Cuisine Slammed; Mmm, SquirrelAstoria isn’t primarily Greek anymore, says William Grimes, and that’s okay with him: “Greek cuisine does not, even at its best, ascend to great heights.” Say what? [NYT] Sake is becoming more and more popular, even though Americans can’t read the labels. This super-informative feature even includes a sake glossary. [NYDN] Problem diners get registered at Drew Nieporent’s restaurants: “‘Let’s just say you came to [Nobu] and you were a disaster — you complained about everything, whatever. You know, your name’s in the computer.’” Not only that, he’s been accused of shorting workers on overtime. [NYP]