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Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Sam Sifton's Red Hook (and Southwest Brooklyn)

Neighborhood Guides Allegra Ben-Amotz 15 comments

Sam Sifton may have left the New York Times' Dining section, but has hasn't stopped eating out. The now-National Editor tells us where to eat in his Red Hook neighborhood and beyond, including a sandwich "best consumed with a Manhattan Special coffee soda and two tabloid newspapers in 30 minutes or less, sitting in the front seat of an American-built vehicle." More

Sam Sifton Leaving 'New York Times' Restaurant Critic Position

The Serious Eats Team 22 comments

This just in, thanks to Twitter: New York Times restaurant critic Sam Sifton is leaving his position, after less than two years. He'll move on to become the paper's national editor, but what we're wondering, of course: who's next? Leave hopes and speculations in the comments... More

Sam Sifton: Part of Our 'Discussion'?

Carey Jones 3 comments

On the New York Times Diner's Journal blog today, linked to his formal review of DBGB, Sam Sifton (or, at least, his username) writes what's essentially a pull-out blog post. No substantial added copy, but a dose of the bloggy... More

The Sam Sifton Era Begins: He's A Serious Eater, All Right

Ed Levine 3 comments

Sausage dish from DBGB. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Sam Sifton's first reviews appeared in the New York Times today, and he shows himself to be a passionate, discerning, and inclusive. Sounds like the definition of a serious eater to me.... More

Sam Sifton as New York Times' New Restaurant Critic; Serious Eaters Should Be Thrilled

Ed Levine 11 comments

It's official. Sam Sifton is the New York Times' new restaurant critic. Serious eaters should be thrilled. Sam is an inspired choice for the job. Before I tell you why I should tell all of you that Sam was the... More

A Good Meal with an Apologetic Mr. Cutlets

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Last Wednesday I finally made it out to Van Brunt Street, the center of the burgeoning hipster neighborhood Red Hook. There I met A Hamburger Today founder Adam Kuban, his trusty sidekick Matty, Schnack chef/owner Harry Hawk and his... More

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