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.
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