Since I joined NRN late last year, explaining my job to people I meet has been a lesson in shattered expectations. Once I tell them I work for a restaurant magazine in New York City, their faces and voices light up in anticipation of tales of free food and fawning service at fine-dining establishments.“Oh, so you must be out at fancy restaurants all the time,” a casual acquaintance will say, expecting to be regaled with tales of complimentary dinners at Le Bernardin and late-night carousing ...
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