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The Critics

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

The big topic of debate this week in Tom Sietsema's chat is whether servers should pour wine for diners. Says the critic, "A good restaurant 'reads' a table, or tries to, and can pour just the right amount if the sommelier is being attentive. I love it when I'm with a larger group -- say, six diners -- and the wine attendant manages to pour some for everybody with a bit left in the bottle. Classy." [WaPo]