The very unanonymous Restaurant Girl-cum-Daily News restaurant critic Danyelle Freeman (plastering her mug around town isn't a problem because "restaurants aren't running out to grab different ingredients or a new chef simply because you're recognizable") visits Crave this week: "Scribbled on a blackboard are not daily specials, but the names of hopeful diners anxious for one of 21 seats." So does she write "Danyelle Freeman" or just "Very Important Restaurant Critic" on the board? And this is choice: "There are those few precious restaurants you contemplate keeping to yourself. It is a selfish act, though not an unreasonable one, as a way to safeguard tiny haunts harboring gutsy chefs and even gutsier flavors."