Where Should the 'New York Times' Review?

New New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells pops up on the Diner's Journal blog today to ask where he should review. (So many restaurants, so little stomach space; we sympathize!)

I'll venture a few. I think it's ludicrous that the ambitious, inventive Fedora got only a "recently opened"; in my books it's a two-star at least. I assume that the Monkey Bar is due for a re-review with a new all-star team. Perilla sure as hell deserves more than one star. And I think neighborhoods like Flushing and Jackson Heights deserve a whole lot more ink than they get.

What do you guys think? Are there places the Times needs to get to? Two-starred restaurants that should be four (or four-starred restaurants that should be two)? What needs a first look, or a second one? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.