This edition: New York Times Restaurant Critics
Don't miss this one-of-a-kind conversation with four distinguished journalists William Grimes, Ruth Reichl, Sam Sifton and Pete Wells, whose resumes include one of the most coveted jobs in the world: restaurant critic of The New York Times. Loved by readers and feared by chefs for their incisive, entertaining reviews of where to go and what to eat from 1973 to today, they are some of the most experienced and discerning diners anywhere. (Please note: the identity of Mr. Wells will remain anonymous during the program.) Interviewed by New York Times editor Richard L. Berke. Taped October 19, 2013 at The TimesCenter.
Rick Berke Assistant Managing Editor, New York Times
William Grimes Critic, The New York Times
Ruth Reichl Critic, The New York Times
Sam Sifton National Editor, New York Times
Pete Wells Dining Editor, The New York Times