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

Credit: Anne FishbeinCredit: Anne Fishbein

“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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