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Bill Addison

Bill Addison is a James Beard Award-winning restaurant critic for the Los Angeles Times. Previously he was national critic for Eater, for which he traveled constantly to document every facet of America’s ever-evolving dining culture. He has previously been a food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle and lead restaurant critic at the Dallas Morning News. He grew up in Maryland but is embracing Dungeness crab.
Should restaurant reviews have star ratings? Our critics face off

Los Angeles Times restaurant critics Patricia Escárcega and Bill Addison weigh the pros and cons of including star ratings in restaurant criticism.

Review: Sushi master Morihiro Onodera reappears at hidden Inn Ann

Bill Addison reviews Inn Ann, a Japanese restaurant in the Hollywood & Highland shopping center with a sushi chef worth seeking out.

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