Writing Restaurant Reviews: Secrets from the Pros
Learn to be a food critic, from the first bite to your published piece.
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So you're interested in restaurant reviewing. Maybe you're a food writer who is looking to shift gears, or a blogger who loves to eat out. Maybe you're just interested in the inside scoop.
Let's assume you're starting from scratch. You're ready to review a restaurant, whether for an assignment or for your own blog. Where do you start?
Most of the work, and we do mean work, that goes into a restaurant review happens before and after the meal. We'll teach you what you'll need to do to get started, with tips from national critics and food writers from The Village Voice, Details, The New York Times, Miami Magazine, L.A. Weekly and The Washington Post.
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