Restaurant goers are starved for information. The short, terse entries of many restaurant guides don't give them what they need and trolling the net can be a never-ending hunt. To discover the best eating spots, they want full-length, brutally honest independent critiques, the kind of reviews that have made Fearless Critic a standard setter. This Seattle restaurant guide sets out your breakfast, lunch, and dinner options with 300 comprehensive, full-page reviews. To make the guide even more useful, editor Robin Goldstein has provided 40 pages of cross-referenced lists for everything from restaurants with outdoor table or live music to vegetarian and family fare. A keeper; priced less than the cost of one bad meal.
Fearless Critic Seattle Restaurant Guideby Robin Goldstein, Carissa Bluestone, Jay Friedman
Brutally honest, cheeky, and fiercely independent, the Fearless Criticis the definitive restaurant guide to the Seattle area. A panel of local critics and undercover chefs has created a blockbuster of a book. The critics dine incognito, accepting no free meals and no ads from restaurants. Prepare to be shocked by the results: this is a new breed of food/i>
Brutally honest, cheeky, and fiercely independent, the Fearless Criticis the definitive restaurant guide to the Seattle area. A panel of local critics and undercover chefs has created a blockbuster of a book. The critics dine incognito, accepting no free meals and no ads from restaurants. Prepare to be shocked by the results: this is a new breed of food writing.
The book includes more than 300 brutally honest reviews and helpful cross-referenced lists that cover every corner of Seattle's vast dining scene. It's an essential reference for anyone who eats out in the Seattle area.
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Meet the Author
Carissa Bluestone: has edited and contributed to dozens of travel guides. She's written about Seattle for Fodor's, Concierge.com, and TravelandLeisure.com. She co-editored and contributed to Worldchanging: A User’s Guide for the 21st Century and has written about sustainable tourism and food systems for Worldchanging.com.
Robin Goldstein is author of The Wine Trials and co-author of The Wine Trials 2010 and The Beer Trials. He is a contributor to the New York Times' Freakonomics blog, and has written for more than 30 Fodor's travel guides, from Italy to Argentina to Hong Kong. He has an A.B. in neuroscience and philosophy from Harvard University, a J.D. from the Yale Law School, a certificate in cooking from the French Culinary Institute in New York City, and a WSET advanced wine and spirits certificate.
Jay Friedman combines food writing with his other life as a sex educator: he writes a regular “Hot Plate” column about sex and food for Edible Seattle and a weekly “Sexy Feast” column for Seattle Weekly’s Voracious blog, which gives a lesson in love learned from a restaurant dish. He is also the food editor at TheSunbreak.com, a blogger (Gastrolust.com) and an avid cook who likes to make kimchi, xiao long bao, or anything with offal.
Alexis Herschkowitsch is the coauthor of five Fearless Critic restaurant guides and a contributor to Fodor’s travel guides. She is a graduate of the University of Texas and has a WSET advanced wine and spirits certificate.
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