Wednesday Reviews

– F. Bruni two stars the popular East Village Italian Perbacco. I’ve been here many times but apparently there is a new, young, Italian chef of which Bruni muses “something is indeed happening here” calling Perbacco “experimental, Lupa meets WD-50”. SOLD. [NYT]

– Platty one stars Jean-Georges favorite Matsugen. Calls it “tepid, non–Jean-Georges cooking”. I never liked Adam Platt anyways. I’ve made ressies here so this gal will just make the judgment call for herself. [NYMag]

– Julia Moskin finds authentic tacos and Latin fare in the Hamptons. Yet another excuse to forgo those Della Femina reservations. [NYT]

– Jay Cheshes visits Crooklyn and loves my boy James and is disappointed in The General Greene as it “fails to live up to the hype”. Boo. Advantage: James. [TONY]

– Restaurant Girl pays a visit to Convivio, (formerly L’impero) and approves of the “make-under”. [Daily News]

– Tables for Two profiles Scarpetta [The New Yorker]

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