Chef Daniel Boulud’s DBGB Kitchen and Bar just received a noteworthy 2-star review [very good] in the NY Times. The review marks Sam Sifton’s debut as the food critic for the NY mega-paper, a post previously occupied by the well-known and somewhat controversial Frank Bruni. Sifton has a distinctly different style than Bruni, who kicked off his last stint with a discussion of Mario Batali’s Babbo. I know there’s a good chance ya’ll won’t care about what’s what in NYC … but I thought it was still worth a mention here.
Posted by Foodie Buddha on October 14, 2009
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