Criticizing the critics.
"Fieri dumped a 500-seat tourist shakedown apparatus in the middle of Times Square."
Your server for the evening will be the first one to be fired after your bad review.
Brad A Johnson has been traipsing around the globe since his departure from Angeleno magazine. From his recents visits to Dubai, Australia , and Mexico, the ever so dapper Johnson has proved himself to be a true globetrotter (and globe...
Depends on who's reading.
Chefs prepare to turn the page.
After campaigning for one of the last remaining front-row, beachfront property reviewing jobs left in Chicago for most of the past decade, Michael Nagrant is the new food critic for the Chicago Sun-Times. The announcement came, bizarrely (and one wonders,...
Plus: Adam Platt's daughter follows in her old man's footsteps. Aw.
Anonymity is important! And more restaurant-critic musings from Jonathan Gold.
Russ Parsons' final thoughts on the outing of LAT's S. Irene Virbila.
Our "bald, over-weight reviewer" responds to McNally's defense of Pulino's.
Our esteemed critic reacts to an all-points bulletin discovered at the new Annisa.
Pink's is having a celeb-filled birthday week, while Santa Monica business groups are pushing food trucks away.
Jonathan Gold spills the beans on his methods and nicknames.
Jonathan Gold on the state of L.A.'s food and the state of his employment at L.A. Weekly.