If you haven't been able to wrangle an invitation to the new Hearst cafeteria from your friend at Popular Mechanics yet, have no fear. New York magazine restaurant critic Adam Platt paid a visit to the shiny new Hearst cafeteria recently, and seemed unimpressed with the "chewy skirt steak" from the Hearst ranch in California, though he allowed that the fried chicken was "not entirely horrible." Still, we're more inclined to hit up one of the editors at Vanity Fair online for our corporate dining needs. Conde may not have sushi every day, but at least it doesn't have what a Hearstie told Platt was a "slight fishy taste."
The Gobbler Visits the New Hearst Cafeteria, Finds Chiseled Cheekbones [NYM/Grub Street]