On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Restauranteurs and chefs depend upon restaurant critics to inform the public about a restaurant’s menu, qualitity, reputation and atmosphere. Join Kojo and a panel of experts to discuss the high-stakes art of restaurant criticism.
- Phyllis Richman Washington Post Restaurant Critic
- Patrick O'Connell Chef and Co-owner of The Inn at Little Washington
- Sharon Banks Chef and Co-owner of Hibiscus Cafe in Georgetown
- Tom Siestema Restaurant Critic at Washington Sidewalk
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