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Watch: A Hungry Trek for Cured Meats and Sausages in Madison, Wisconsin

‘Open Road’ visits Forequarter with roving critic Bill Addison Welcome to Open Road — Eater's road-trip series that spotlights a region of the country and its standout dining cities. Up first in this new season: a hungry trek through...Show More Summary

Zahav Is One of the 38 Essential Restaurants in America

No surprise there Zahav must have a separate room for all of its awards. The Israeli restaurant from Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook just earned yet another well-deserved accolade: Bill Addison, Eater’s national restaurant critic, has once again included Zahav on his list of the 38 essential restaurants in America. Show More Summary

Bateau Is One of America’s 38 Best Restaurants

The Willows Inn on Lummi Island also makes critic Bill Addison’s list of essentials Last year, Eater’s roving restaurant critic, Bill Addison, called Bateau one of America’s best new restaurants; today, with his fourth annual definitive...Show More Summary

Gavin Kaysen’s Spoon & Stable Is An Essential American Restaurant

Eater’s roving critic Bill Addison can’t get enough of this North Loop darling In the three years that it has been open, Spoon and Stable has become an essential Minneapolis destination for diners and now it’s officially one of America’s 38 Essential Restaurants. Show More Summary

Compere Lapin and La Petite Grocery Are Two of the Best Restaurants in America

The 38 Essential Restaurants in America has just been released After 32 weeks of travel, 500 meals, and 36 cities, Eater’s roving critic Bill Addison has released his list of the 38 restaurants that defined America in 2017: Both Compere...Show More Summary

Franklin Barbecue Is One of the 38 Essential Restaurants in America Again

Even though it’s temporarily closed Eater’s roving restaurant critic, Bill Addison, just released his list of the 38 essential restaurants in America for 2017, and Franklin Barbecue made an appearance for the fourth year in a row. It’s...Show More Summary

Spoon & Stable, Matt’s, Meritage and Young Joni are Essential Restaurants

The Twin Cities land four spots on the national stage Today Eater launched the 38 Essential Midwestern Restaurants from roving critic Bill Addison and Matt’s Bar, Spoon and Stable, Young Joni and Meritage made the list. Addison has traversed...Show More Summary

Junebaby Is One of America’s Best New Restaurants

Edouardo Jordan’s Southern stunner is getting national recognition Eater’s roving restaurant critic, Bill Addison, just released his 2017 list of the best new restaurants in America, and chef Edouardo Jordan’s Junebaby made the cut —...Show More Summary

Ann Kim’s Young Joni Named A Best New Restaurant in America

The Northeast pizza restaurant continues to win critical praise Eater’s roving critic Bill Addison selected just twelve restaurants across the United States to recognize as the best of the new in 2017 and Ann Kim’s Northeast restaurant Yong Joni made the cut. Show More Summary

Kemuri Tatsu-Ya Is One of the Best New Restaurants in America

Eater’s annual list is out now Eater’s roving restaurant critic Bill Addison released his anticipated 2017 edition of the best new restaurants found across America after months of traveling, and Austin’s Kemuri Tatsu-ya landed on the list. Show More Summary

Hugo Ortega’s Xochi Is One of the Country’s Best New Restaurants

The hits just keep coming for the James Beard Award winner After winning a James Beard Award earlier this year, Eater roving critic Bill Addison has named Chef Hugo Ortega’s Xochi one of the best new restaurants in the country. In Addison’s latest yearly round-up of the country’s finest newly-opened eateries, Xochi has earned a spot on the list. Show More Summary

Serving Black Culinary History to the Crowds at Sweet Home Café

It deserves its spot in the National Museum of African American History and Culture This story first appeared in Bill Addison’s newsletter “Notes From a Roving Critic.” Read the archives and subscribe now for delicious dispatches from the road. Whenever I’m in Washington D.C., I inevitably wait in an hours-long line for a meal. Show More Summary

America’s Next Great Southern Restaurant Is in the Pacific Northwest

Roving editor Bill Addison calls Seattle’s JuneBaby “revolutionary” Traces of smoke and butter scent the air at JuneBaby in Seattle. Their lulling perfumes act as calling cards for Southern cooking, though it doesn’t take long into the meal to realize this restaurant doesn’t trade in easy cliches. Show More Summary

Eater’s Guide to New England’s 38 Essential Restaurants Debuts With Plenty of Boston Picks

Row 34, O Ya, Sportello, and more Eater’s restaurant editor Bill Addison roams the country year-round, dining endlessly and collecting the best of the best onto lists such as The Best Restaurants in America and The Best New Restaurants in America. Show More Summary

My First Trip to Mexico City Made Me Never Want to Leave

Eater’s roving critic dines at two Oaxacan-inspired gems in one of the world’s most exciting food cities. This story first appeared in Bill Addison’s newsletter “Notes From a Roving Critic.” Read the archives and subscribe now for delicious...Show More Summary

Tennessee Free Speech Bill Not Primarily Goldwater Based

On today’s homepage, Frederick Hess and Grant Addison have a piece arguing that while state-level legislation is necessary to confront the campus free-speech crisis, such bills are insufficient remedies by themselves and can even be abused by administrators if their application is not carefully monitored. Show More Summary

The Restaurant GM Is the Glue that Keeps the Dining Room Together

Zahav’s general manager explains what it takes to keep a restaurant running smoothly Zahav, one of the best restaurants in America according to Eater’s own Bill Addison and widely recognized for chef Michael Solomonov’s modern Israeli cooking, also offers praiseworthy service (which was nominated for a James Beard Award this year). Show More Summary

Sign Up for Bill Addison’s Newsletter ‘Notes From a Roving Critic’

Delicious extras and outtakes from our restaurant editor’s travels across the country Sign up here for Bill Addison’s newsletter. As Eater’s restaurant editor, I spend much of my life on the road — crisscrossing America (and occasionally beyond) to report on the places that shape and define modern dining. Show More Summary

Six Gorgeous Dishes I Ate in Mexican Wine Country

Roving critic Bill Addison finds thrilling flavors among the rolling fields of the Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California This story first appeared in Bill Addison’s newsletter “Notes From a Roving Critic.” Read the archives and subscribe...Show More Summary

Meat, Bread, and More Meat at Red Hog in Louisville

In Kentucky, roving critic Bill Addison discovers the epitome of the butcher’s craft This story first appeared in Bill Addison’s newsletter “Notes From a Roving Critic.” Subscribe now to keep up with Eater’s roving critic on the road. Last...Show More Summary

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