12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

11/15/2010 12:37 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • By: Grub Street New York

It's been a couple of months since New York's profile of April Bloomfield, so how about another one? Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six." Funny thing is, he and Bloomfield share a publicist, but either way -- you get his point. Conveniently timed with the opening of the John Dory Oyster Bar, here now are the twelve things we took away from the piece.

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