This week in the Voice, Our Man Sietsema samples effete franks at Bark Hot Dogs in Park Slope, where “the boiled dogs are basted in a smoked lard-butter combo, which lends an amazing savor.”
Sam Sifton pays a visit to Imperial Palace, which gets one star as “the zenith of Cantonese cooking in New York City.”
Jay Cheshes approves of A Voce Columbus, which “charms without ever trying too hard, with flawless service, a cheerful bustle and accessible food you could eat every day.”
The Robs follow the parade of food bloggers to Bill’s Bar & Burger for a “tender, juicy, mouthwatering, remarkably flavorful old-fashioned burger.”
Meanwhile, Alan Richman blasts Bill’s Bar & Burger for its “flat, dry, and overcooked (burger)… served on a second-rate bun,” as well as the bloggers who’ve rushed to rave about it.
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Gael Greene heads to Harlem for a meal at Gospel Uptown, where “everything (on the menu) is clean and stylish, handsomely mounted with the currently essential leaves and sprouts.”