And now he distrusts Frank Bruni, too!
Colicchio says, "If you weren't working in kitchens before 1986, stop talking about 'back in the day.'"
Bret Thorn thinks it's bad for foodies, but good for the contestants; Bruni thinks it's the other way around.
Gael Greene likes Center Cut, though it probably won't win over Bruni.
Frank Bruni has only met Adam Platt once, but he thinks he'd like him.
Some chefs and a restaurant critic recount their freakiest meals and most gruesome cooking accidents.
Readers unleashed on Frank Bruni, and an Albany critic is beaten outside a restaurant.
Frank Bruni gets frustrated by Kurve, and candy-inspired cocktails for Halloween, from our glance at the morning headlines.
The ‘Times’ critic was spotted there last night, sending the kitchen into overdrive.
Bloggers are upset that Bruni advanced dining stereotypes and that Josh Ozersky is promising columns from ‘the top men in the field.’
What to when a waiter serves you the wrong entrée in a restaurant, and gelato that comes from a tanning salon, from our glance at the morning headlines.
With the plummeting market comes an intensified interest in cheap comfort foods.
What should restaurants do when tourists don't leave tips?
Both the Underground Gourmet and Frank Bruni have recently attempted definitions.
Bruni didn’t see any heavy hitters when he was there, but the photos that ran with his review depicted plenty of them.
Does live reviewing beat the old-fashioned review?
Following Frank Bruni’s lead, ‘Vanity Fair’’s Michael Wolff disses his former lunch spot.
The ‘Times’ milks him for a podcast-like “audio slide show” in which he tells Dining editor Pete Wells why Michael's is empty at night: “Part of the reason could be the food.”