what's happening on Gayot's gourmet scene worldwide.
Mention in The New York Times
received honorable mention in an article in the Sunday
edition of The New York Times (May 23, 2004)
entitled "Click and Eat On the Road" under
the paper's "Practical Traveler" header.
In a comparison of dining websites, author Bob Tedeschi
"Gayot too is worth a visit, if you prefer
polished, professional evaluations. Originally
a publisher of restaurant reviews that has now expanded
into travel-related reviews, Gayot requires its online
readers to fill out a quick registration form before
they can read the critiques.
The reviews are brief and well-executed.
'This is not a place for the faint of wallet,' the
site writes of Le
Bernardin, in Manhattan. 'Wine and food prices
Also useful are the site's city-specific e-mail
newsletters, which offer information for
travelers about the latest restaurant openings and
Gayot.com New York newsletter reported the planned
closing of La Caravelle.