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Well-Reviewed: Barbacco in San Francisco; Bistrot Bruno Loubet in the UK; Madhatter in DC; The Wright at the Guggenheim, and More

The latest of the greatest restaurant reviews… * Michael Bauer reviews Barbacco, sibling restaurant to successful Perbacco, happily awarding it three stars. [San Francisco Chronicle] * Miami’s Barolo Ristorante has reinvented itself, earning a couple of stars from Victoria Pesce Elliot. [Miami Herald] * Bistrot Bruno Loubet in London is serving up deep-fried pig, and [...]

Well-Reviewed: Baker and Banker; Beacon; Birch and Barley, and Other Restaurants That Don’t Start with a ‘B’

Recent restaurant reviews from the news… You can bank on the not-Californian cuisine at San Francisco’s Baker and Banker [SF Weekly] Beacon in Los Angeles gets high marks for its fusion burgers from Damon Gambuto at A Hamburger Today. [Serious Eats] Ezekiel J. Emanuel hates all of the 555 beers served at Washington, D.C.’s Birch [...]

Just Desserts: Do You Skip the Sweetest Course?

Does dessert (and the people who prepare it) get enough respect? The San Francisco Chronicle‘s Michael Bauer and Evan S. Benn of The Miami Herald don’t think so. Both have both recently bemoaned the fact that desserts are often an afterthought – for diners and restaurateurs. Diners often don’t save enough room for delicious desserts, [...]

Restaurant Review Roundup: Word on the Street

Trying to decide where to eat? Want a little professional help? Read about these recently (and positively) reviewed restaurants — and book a table to judge for yourself. The Chicago Tribune dines at Terzo Piano The Denver Post indulges at Indulge The Miami Herald raves about BLT Steak The New York Times revisits Savoy The [...]