New York Times Cooking editor, and writer of the "Where to Eat: New York City" column and newsletter, Nikita Richardson talks restaurants and the path that led her to her current role.
Nikita Richardson, writer of New York Times Cooking's "Where to Eat: New York City" column/newsletter (pro tip: subscribe to it!), and an editor for the paper's Food section, sits down with Andrew to discuss restaurants, recommending restaurants, the shifting dining landscape, and her path to this unique and enviable role. A fun, informative, and free-ranging conversation.
Click through to read Nikita's pieces on food in The Sims and "Where Are All the Black Restaurant Critics?" (both mentioned in the interview).
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