GAYOT Restaurants Series Expands! Four New Titles for 2001 Now Available
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
GAYOT, publisher of award-winning restaurant and travel guidebooks, announces the expansion of the best-loved Restaurants series with the release of four new titles for 2001. Hot of the presses, titles include:
Los Angeles Restaurants (January 2001)
GAYOT Restaurant guides take diners into the heart of a region's food scene, from the hidden spots where the meals are impeccable to the hot new restaurants making headlines. From city to city, GAYOT's professional food critics rate restaurants on the 20-point scale-for years the most respected reference throughout the culinary world. Thousands of establishments-from fine dining rooms to local cafés-were meticulously researched and reviewed. Every review includes useful reference information, mouthwatering menu recommendations, uncompromising commentary and expert food ratings. Easy-to-use indexes help diners choose the perfect place to eat; restaurants are cross-referenced by neighborhood, rating, feature, and cuisine. Frank, enthusiastic and informed, these are more than guides to eating well-they're city-by-city handbooks to the good life!
2001 Los Angeles Restaurants includes over 1,300 reviews of restaurants, quick bites and gourmet shops throughout Southern California, including Orange County, Santa Barbara, the Central Coast, Palm Springs, the Inland Empire, and San Diego. Expanded wine coverage includes wine tips, food & wine events, and winery touring.
2001 San Francisco Restaurants offers more than 1,200 reviews of restaurants, quick bites and gourmet shops throughout Northern California, including Marin County, the Wine Country, the Peninsula, East Bay, San Jose, and Monterey/Carmel. An expanded Wine Savvy section includes a glossary of grapes and tasting terms, food & wine events, vintage chart, and a handy list of scores of local wineries for touring.
New York City Restaurants includes over 1,000 frank and witty reviews of restaurants, cafés and quick bites. Covering all five boroughs, it includes Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island. New York wine is quickly coming of age, and Gayot lists local wine shops and wineries for touring.
Miami Restaurants covers every notable restaurant in the greater Miami area and South Florida, from Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale to the Keys. Gayot's first edition on Miami and South Florida dining, it also covers international food markets, cafés, quick bites and gourmet shops.
LOS ANGELES RESTAURANTS: Retail $14.00 - ISBN 1-881066-60-6 - 448 pages
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