Michael Sanson

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Todd Mark Miller, Chef, Washington Square, Philadelphia, PA 
Chef Todd Mark Miller attracted a ton of publicity a few months back with his $100 version of a Philly cheesesteak sandwich. It was a brilliant, if unnecessary,
2004 Was The Best Year Ever To Eat In Restaurants 
There may be no person in America who travels to more cities and eats in more restaurants than John Mariani, who has written a column in these pages for
Tips, Memorable Experiences & Old Timers 
Alot has happened since we last got together, so here's more stuff to ponder. As always, I'm interested in your take on points I raise. First, how about
It's All About Serving The Customer And Moderation 
Here's an update on some of the latest stuff that's crossed my desk in the last few weeks. The first was a report on the American Customer Satisfaction
Zak Pelaccio, Chef, 5 Ninth, NYC 
The bold and the beautiful are now flocking to Manhattans Meatpacking District to eat at the citys most avant-garde restaurants. The newest arrival is
Are Chain Stores Ruining The Landscape of America? 
As the retail marketplace has matured, its become increasingly more difficult to find prime real estate. The chains, which have more financial clout than
High Season 
Pei Wei Buffalo Wild Wings Noodles & Co. Bonefish ON FIRE: The cornerstone of Buffalo Wild Wings success has been its namesake menu item, though it offers
Jacques Van Staden, Chef de Cuisine , Aliz, Las Vegas, NV 
After graduating from high school, Jacques Van Staden sold his car to buy a plane ticket to America, a country where very few 18-year-olds would ditch
Are You Tough Enough To Handle A Bad Review? 
Theres been a lot of talk lately about restaurant reviewers, and not much of it is complimentary. For a brief time I reviewed restaurants for a newspaper,
Jose Garces, Executive Chef/ Alma de Cuba, Executive Chef/El Vez, Philadelphia, PA 
Even if Jose Garces wasn't a rising culinary star, we'd honor him, anyway, just for showing up to work. Every day, he labors in the shadow of giants,
A Customer Doesn't Like His Order. What Do You Do? 
A few months back, I wrote in this column about an experience I had when a menu order had been botched during a lunch with friends. I received tons of
Good Restaurants Are The Cornerstone Of A City 
For years, the National Restaurant Association has referred to the foodservice industry as the "cornerstone" of the American economy. The numbers120 million
Rose Had It Right: Slow Down And Enjoy Your Meal 
Since the last issue of RH, my grandmother Rose passed away. What a wonderful life she led during her 100 years on the planet. I'm going to miss her,
Govind Armstrong, Chef/Partner, Table 8, Los Angeles, CA 
The dude with the waist-length dreds isn't into body piercing. You might think so after seeing him walk into 7661 Melrose every day. But this is L.A.,
Don't Wait Around For the Low-Carb Craze to Fade 
I must admit that I was caught a bit off guard by top notch restaurateurs who said in our annual State of the Industry Forecast last month that the Atkin's
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