Every Wednesday, The Daily Meal rounds up a slew of restaurant reviews across America. Ratings range from stars to bells to beans, but each review offers specialized local insight into the food, atmosphere, and service of eateries being reviewed and the critics eating at them.
This week, Pete Wells stepped in line with the three previous reviews of Le Bernardin by The New York Times, awarding it four stars. The Times’ Dining section also finally saw the end of the $25 & Under column, and the beginning of a new
toothless starless restaurant column by Ligaya Mishan.
In New Orleans, Brett Anderson mistakenly ordered “greens” hoping for a salad, and was surprised instead with collards. In Chicago, a recently opened European restaurant fits in perfectly in Little Italy. Delve into the thoughts of Steve Cuozzo from the New York Post and Adam Platt from New York Magazine who both review the newly opened NoMad, and come out with different ratings. The pair agreed on the lobster, but had differing views on the chicken.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, from North to South, the weekly restaurant critic roundup is here for all of your dining out needs.
|Matthew Odam||Austin American-Statesman||Chen Z Hot Pot and Noodle Bar||7 out of 10|
|Devra FIrst||The Boston Globe||Gem Restaurant & Lounge||1.5 stars|
|Phil Vettel||The Chicago Tribune||Urban Union||2 stars|
|S. Irene Virbila||The Los Angeles Times||Water Grill|
|Linda Bladholm||The Miami Herald||Ni. Do. Caffe and Mozzarella Bar|
|Brett Anderson||The Times-Picayune||Maurepas Foods||3 beans|
|Ryan Sutton||Bloomberg||Neta||2 stars|
|Adam Platt||New York Magazine||NoMad||2 Stars|
|Steve Cuozzo||The New York Post||NoMad||3 stars|
|Pete Wells||The New York Times||Le Bernardin||4 stars|
|Craig LaBan||The Philadelphia Inquirer||Jamonera||3 bells|
|Michael Bauer||The San Francisco Chronicle||Gilberth's||2 stars|
|Providence Cicero||The Seattle Times||Via Vita Café and Wine Bar||2.5 stars|
|Tom Sietsema||The Washington Post||Bar Pilar||1.5 stars|