Food Critic, New York Magazine
Adam Platt has been a contributing editor and restaurant critic for New York magazine since 2000. He won the James Beard Foundation Journalism Award for Restaurant Reviews in 2010.
During the course of nearly 25 years in the magazine business, Platt has written for a variety of publications, including The New Yorker (staff Talk of the Town writer), The New York Observer (columnist), Esquire, and Condé Nast Traveler, where he is also a contributing editor.
He developed his eclectic palate growing up in places like Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan.
Adam is a graduate of the American School in Japan (High School), the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, and the Columbia School of Journalism. He is the son of a retired American diplomat (and also the brother of a well-known American actor). He currently lives in Greenwich Village with his wife, Kate, and his two daughters, Penelope and Jane.