Those that made it include Barcelona, Cardamom Hill, Gu's Bistro, Heirloom Market BBQ, No. 246, Octopus Bar, One-Eared Stag, Seed Kitchen & Bar, Shami Kabab, and Viande Rouge.
The January issue also includes an article entitled "The Pizza Wars: Neo-traditionalist vs. Old-School." It begins with this statement:
Who likes soggy pizza? Not you, not us, and yet anyone who offers feedback that the top of a Caprese (basil, tomato, and mozzrella) shouldn't slide off the crust and lie on the plate like a wet blanket is considered a rank amateur by our local high-octane pizzailoli.
She then takes a look at Fuoco di Napoli, Avellino's, and Piola. In the end, she favors Tartufo, which she finds not too thick and not too thin, producing a "happy medium Goldilocks would settle for."
The November issue includes a positive "first impression" of Cardamom Hill, while the December issue awards a 2.5-star rating to Philippopolis. It also includes a a round-up of mainly newer burger joints, with a few older ones mentioned for the sake of comparison. There's not much she gives a really enthusiastic review, even writing that "the iconic burger at Holeman & Finch is a little too bloody for our taste."
She does enjoy the burger bar at Park 75. Every Wednesday, the restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel offers fascinating burgers — how about a tongue-and-cheek one? — for $12. The seating is limited, so make a reservation (404-881-9898).
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