Alan Richman is the longtime food and wine critic for GQ magazine and a native Philadelphian. A collection of his columns, Fork It Over: The Intrepid Adventures of a Professional Eater, is now available in paperback (Harper Perennial, 2005). He is a Philadelphia native and formerly worked for the New York Times, Boston Globe, Montreal Star, Philadelphia Bulletin and People magazine. On two occasions, at the Daily Pennsylvanian and the Portland (Ind.) Commercial-Review, Dan Rottenberg was his boss. And now, with this submission to Broad Street Review, it happens again.
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Steve Poses and his "informal restaurant revolution'
Up from tuxedoes and canned peas: The forgotten father of informal dining
Steve Poses couldn't cook like Georges Perrier, but his places helped change the way we ate, ending an era of tuxedoed waiters and canned peas.