Emily and Madeline talk about whether or not restaurant critics should cover chefs accused of bad behavior, the opening of Poulet Bleu, and when you should order the least expensive wine on the menu.
Should restaurant critics cover the restaurants of chefs who have been accused of bad (and, often criminal) behavior? We discuss Eater’s new policy of not reviewing restaurants “run by bad people.”
Poulet Bleu is officially open in Lawrenceville, and Madeline shares her thoughts (including what the absolute best bite is on the menu).
Finally, if you’re not a wine aficionado, should you always order the cheapest wine on the menu? This Lifehacker piece says yes, yes you should. We debate among ourselves.