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Two Cheers for Anonymity: The Many Mysterious Faces of Jonathan Gold 

December 30, 2010
"Anonymity, it has long been held, is the proper state of being for restaurant critics, who would otherwise be feted with rare wines, exquisite nibbles and a level of hospitality unavailable to diners equipped merely with their wit and a working American Express card," writes Jonathan Gold this week in "Two Cheers for Anonymity." Here, photographer Anne Fishbein captures L.A. Weekly's Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic in a variety of disguises.
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"Anonymity, it has long been held, is the proper state of being for restaurant critics, who would otherwise be feted with rare wines, exquisite nibbles and a level of hospitality unavailable to diners equipped merely with their wit and a working American Express card," writes Jonathan Gold this week in "Two Cheers for Anonymity." Here, photographer Anne Fishbein captures L.A. Weekly's Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic in a variety of disguises.
Published on December 30, 2010

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