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Frank Bruni interviewed at Zagat


A critical talk with Frank Bruni

In the foodie circles of New York City, Frank Bruni needs no introduction: up until last week, he was The New York Times’ restaurant critic. Upon the occasion of the release of his memoir, Born Round: The Secret History of a Full-Time Eater, in which he confronts his dysfunctional relationship with food, he chatted with the Buzz about what it was like being the most powerful critical voice in the New York restaurant scene.

Read the interview here:

Jeffery Chodorow

“February 27, 2007 — RESTAURANT mogul Jeffrey Chodorow has put out an all-points alert on the Times’ food critic. “Frank Bruni is banned from all my [29] restaurants,” he told The Post’s Braden Keil. “I’m telling my staff that the first person to recognize Bruni at any of my restaurants will be given a free trip for two to the Caribbean.” The Kobe Club owner, who bought a full-page ad in the Times blasting Bruni over a zero-star review, will also post Bruni’s photo on his Web site”.

From The New York Post.

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