Adam Bezigian

Review: Journeyman

by Adam Bezigian on November 30, 2010

  There are no secrets between us, my friends, so let’s just get this out of the way; Journeyman restaurant in Union Square is peerless and righteous, comfortable and complete. The one-room restaurant in an old pasta sauce factory is a tiny glowing god, a beacon of culinary superlative which stepped into the party and […]


Review: Foundry on Elm

by Adam Bezigian on October 21, 2010

Foundry on Elm is more like a terrible relationship than it lets on. Its stunning façade draws you in, almost helpless; the wide open windows let out a subtle perfume; a well-stacked bar sits just out of view. You bite, and immediately lust after the menu. Perhaps this one is not mere window dressing.