released, all of my forms of instant messaging started popping up with links
to lists. eater list
- These people care deeply about napkins.
- What kind of grading curve has as many 1st place finishers as 2nd?
- Spotted f***ing Pig?
- Boy are these guys not local.
- On such a small island how do you make a special trip anywhere?
- Is the idea that reason to visit NY is Per Se? All towns that people travel from have malls with food courts don't they?
I am sad to say I have not been to all the starred restaurants on the list
and, not having known about Saul prior to it's release, I may owe a debt of
gratitude to Michelin for bringing it to my attention. I'll let you know.
list as The Spotted Pig, JoJo and Vong? The argument must be that these are
different kinds of restaurants and that Spotted Pig is the best Gastro Pub in
NYC. This would have to be because it is the only one in New York branding itself as
such. Drop in the tavern at Gramercy or the downstairs at Savoy and you will
surely see that there are plenty of gourmet bars far better, and better at
managing the crowds around the tables, in this town. Let's assume, then, that these undeserving examples appear because they are indicative of best of their type of restaurant. Where are Blue Smoke, Shake Shack, and Mr. Chow, then?
with their Bouley decision. Gramercy and Union Square are both equals of
Bouley on every level, the difference being that the former is French. So
why publish the book here in America?
Euros: elevate Gramercy, Picholine, Nobu and, most of all, Cru to 2 stars. You will
have your four French, eight 2-stars, and a little room on the 1 star list for truly
deserving places like Hearth.