Adam Platt

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Adam Platt is the chief restaurant critic at New York Magazine.[1] He has held the position since 2002, when he replaced longtime food reviewer Gael Greene.[2] He won the James Beard Foundation Award for Restaurant Reviews in 2010,[3] and has appeared on programs including FOX's MasterChef[4] CBS This Morning,[5] Top Chef Canada, [6] and many more.

During the course of his nearly 25 years in the magazine business, Platt has written for a variety of publications including The New Yorker (where he was a writer for "Talk of the Town,")[7] The New York Observer (where he was a columnist),[8] Esquire, and Condé Nast Traveler.[9]

Adam is a graduate of the American School in Japan (High School), the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, and the Columbia School of Journalism. He is the son of a retired American diplomat and the brother of American actor Oliver Platt.[10] He currently lives in Greenwich Village with his wife and two daughters,[11] and is the author of forthcoming memoir The Book of Eating, which will be published November 12, 2019.[12]


  1. Platt, Adam. "New York Magazine". Retrieved December 29, 2013.
  2. "Gael Greene Is Out After 40 Years at New York Magazine". Insatiable Critic.
  3. "Adam Platt". James Beard Foundation.
  4. Clement, Bethany Jean. "'Stone-cold killers': What it's really like to be a guest food critic on MasterChef,". The Seattle Times.
  5. Davis, Shoshana. "Who is Adam Platt? NY Magazine's restaurant critic reveals face". CBS.
  7. "Adam Platt". The New Yorker.
  8. "Kathleen Phillips and Adam Platt". The New York Times.
  9. "Adam Platt Articles - Conde Nast Traveler". Conde Nast Traveler.
  10. "Oliver Platt". Wikipedia.
  11. Brekke, Kira. "Restaurant Critic Adam Platt Discusses His Biggest Challenges As A Father". HuffPost.
  12. "The Book of Eating: Adventures in Professional Gluttony: Adam Platt: 9780062944887: Books". Amazon.

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