Under Review: Sietsema at The Breslin; DiGregorio at Highlands
Sam Sifton also pays a visit to The Breslin, where "yes, the food is good. But it is monochromatically good: it is 10 colors of fat. Excess can become wretched, and fast." [NY Times]
Ryan Sutton takes a more practical approach to the "gastrodive" that is The Breslin: it's affordable; it "can fill you up with a single dish." [Bloomberg]
Meanwhile, Adam Platt drops in on Maialino, where the food is "served in small, Continental-size portions... Which means that by the time the "secondi" entrees rain down on the table, you might actually have room." [NY Magazine]
Gael Greene gets a kick out of Mexican wrestler-themed Casabel, with its tasty tacos and "marvelous gorditas." [Insatiable Critic]
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