Frank Bruni

Author; columnist and former restaurant critic, New York Times

Author; columnist and former restaurant critic, New York Times

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Frank Bruni was the restaurant critic for The New York Times for five years before switching gears to become a columnist for the paper.

Writer Frank Bruni on lessons learned from partially losing his vision

Frank Bruni was the restaurant critic for The New York Times for five years before switching gears to become a columnist for the paper.

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