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Alan Sytsma is a longtime observer of the New York City dining scene who is behind New York magazine’s formidable food coverage. On this episode we dig into Alan’s take on the current NYC restaurant scene and hear about New York mag’s amazing “Who Ate Where” issue, which digs into the cultural history of eating out in New York City. It’s really fun talking restaurants with Alan, and I hope you enjoy this conversation.”

click (slightly over one hour in length)

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on being a regular at a restaurant: “i think the real test is whether the restaurant is happy to have you…if you are adding something to the dining room, whether it’s a certain kind of energy, whether that…if you’re just a whale…whatever it may be…for the restaurant to be happy that you are there, that’s when you have really arrived as a regular.”

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5 hours ago, Diancecht said:

Alan Sytsma is a longtime observer of the New York City dining scene who is behind New York magazine’s formidable food coverage. On this episode we dig into Alan’s take on the current NYC restaurant scene and hear about New York mag’s amazing “Who Ate Where” issue…

 

I paged through that issue and gosh it was dull. Mainly people I hadn’t heard of or didn’t care about and long gone and forgotten restaurants.

And I like restaurant history. I read old restaurant guides. If you’ve lost me, who are your readers? 

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