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On Anonymity

2009_08_frankthetank.jpgFormer Seattle critic Nancy Leson shares some extensive thoughts on critics and anonymity, asserting that despite the notion that "everyone's a critic" nowadays, restaurants definitely perk up and take notice when critics and/or VIPs are spotted in the dining room. Meanwhile, New Yorkers are having a good chuckle at SF critics' willingness to hold book signings and such: "Hmm, maybe Bruni could have a second career as a food critic in the City by the Bay?" [Seattle Times/Eater NY, previously]

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