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This Week in Reviews - November 11, 2005

This Week in Reviews (TWIR)

  • Culinary Historians of New York will have a panel discussion November 17, 2005, 6:30 pm ... "The History and Impact of Restaurant Reviews on the New York Dining Scene" (pdf) ... Michael Batterberry, Bob Lape, William Grimes, Gael Greene, and Mitchell Davis ... Mount Vernon Hotel Museum, 417 East 61st Street, in the Auditorium ...

    Each Friday, A Guy In New York publishes "This Week in Reviews (TWIR)," with quick links to New York City restaurant reviews and mentions from the previous seven days in blogs, magazines, and newspapers.

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    Did we miss your favorite review?

    Let us know: aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... we're especially interested in hearing from NYC bloggers ...

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    Posted November 11, 2005 09:20 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  This Week in Reviews



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