It S Here The Second Edition Of Phyllis Richman S Best Selling Dining Guide, The Work That Topped Zagat Sales In The Washington, D.C., Area The Washington Post S Legendary Restaurant Critic Scarcely Needs Any Introduction Nobody Knows Washington Area Dining Better Than She Does, And Nobody S Advice Is Valued Of Than 200 Restaurant Reviews In This Biannual Work, Two Thirds Are New Or Substantially Revised From The First Edition But The Quality Of Richman S Insights, Advice And Writing Remain Unchanged As Superb As Ever.
Recently retired after reigning as Washington, D.C s premier restaurant reviewer, Phyllis Chasanow Richman served as food critic of The Washington Post for than 23 years Always donning a disguise to ensure her anonymity, Richman was known for her unbiased, forthright, and accurate assessments of restaurants In 1998, her first mystery novel, The Butter Did It was published by HarperCollin
- 247 pages
- The Washington Post Dining Guide: 1999-2000 Edition
- Phyllis C. Richman
- 15 April 2019 Phyllis C. Richman