Thursday December 11 | Food Critics

December 10, 2008 at 10:27 am | Posted in Coming Up | 4 Comments

Our resident food critics are back to talk about their experiences sampling our region’s restaurant offerings. We’ll talk about new openings, restaurants that didnt survive the year as well as some little known spots culinary adventurers should try.
Guests
Peter Reinhart – Chef-on-Assignment, Johnson and Wales University
Helen Schwab – Food Critic & Writer, The Charlotte Observer
Tricia Childress – Food Critic & Writer, Creative Loafing
Heidi Billotto – Food Critic & Writer, Charlotte Living Magazine

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  1. Peter Reinhart,
    my husband and i really enjoyed ourselves at pie town the cheese is the best i have ever tasted on a pizza thank you soooooooooooooo much

  2. Don’t put too much emphasis on Zagat’s, its generally regarded as a joke. People would do better listening to the 3 critics and taking notice of which places they all agree on.

  3. It would be great if WFAE would post the area restaurants referenced in today’s Charlotte Talks. Listening in the car precludes the ability to take down such information and my memory only goes so far.

    Thanks–

  4. Patricia,

    Thanks for the suggestion. We have posted a list here on the blog.
    https://charlotteblogs.wordpress.com/2008/12/10/food-critic-restaurant-picks/

    We’re actually planning on doing this again for future shows.

    Thanks for listening!

    Erin Sutton


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