ON BI­ASES

Let’s Eat - - LET’S EAT -

Bias!!!”: of­ten in all up­per case let­ters, that word was one of the most im­prob­a­ble and most overused com­ments in Facebook posts this past year. Gram­mat­i­cal con­sid­er­a­tions aside, it’s an in­di­ca­tion of how so­cial me­dia has given ev­ery­one a voice, and un­for­tu­nately, in some cases, a bully pul­pit. Most of the time, how­ever, at least in our good vibes world of food and drinks, bi­ases are ac­tu­ally a very good thing: a demo­cratic vote if you will, that helps us all de­ter­mine which restau­rants to pri­or­i­tize and who to pa­tron­ize among the new food en­trepreneurs. It’s all about per­sonal pref­er­ences, true, but of­ten, a con­sen­sus can be reached.

This spe­cial New Year’s is­sue is all about that. What we agree are our fa­vorites, the best of the year just ended. You may or may not be fa­mil­iar with our choices, but we guar­an­tee that you’ll most likely love them as much as we do. We look for­ward, and are giddy, with what we’ll be shar­ing with you in 2018.

Let’s Eat!!!

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