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Teen Chef Prodigy Flynn McGarry’s Restaurant Panned by New York Post Critic

Teen Chef Prodigy Flynn McGarry’s Restaurant Panned by New York Post Critic


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Flynn McGarry’s restaurant, Eureka, which just opened two weeks ago, continues to be raked over the oven coals

New York’s culinary elite have their forks and chef knives ready to skewer this gourmet kitchen novice.

Teenage chef Flynn McGarry is learning a tough lesson in New York City’s über-competitive restaurant world: just because you’re young doesn’t mean critics will go easy on you. Flynn McGarry, 16, has received quite a lot of buzz— and not all of it positive— as a prodigy chef, known for creating complex dishes like peanut Ritz crackers with foie gras terrine and sour cherry compote, and beet Wellington with ember-roasted carrot gelée and smoked egg yolk.

McGarry’s first-ever permanent restaurant in Manhattan, Eureka, has grabbed the attention of New York’s hungry and elite. One of the first critics to scope out Eureka was the New York Post’s Steve Cuozzo, who was no fan of the West Village restaurant. Cuozzo panned the entire experience in a scathing review topped with the headline, “This Teen Chef Is Proof Kids Should Stay Out of the Kitchen.”The restaurant critic was not impressed by what he called a “ridiculous rip-off” price and wrote that, “McGarry’s handlers, who include a Hollywood agent, have thrust him into the spotlight like a circus animal just learning to walk — a strategy that will not help a career that has yet to actually exist.”

Cuozzo did admit that the 14-course dinner “pulled off some nice effects, once past a microscopic opener of an eensy Ritz cracker with peanut butter and a molecule of foie gras. Autumn squash boasted a meaty heft, and there was an excellent aged beet.” But the critic and real estate columnist advised diners to place their bets (and their $160) elsewhere.

Cuozzo isn’t the only food hound to criticize this teen in a toque.

Cuozzo in NYPost wins the NY critical day with takedown of nauseatingly hyped wunderkind teen chef, Flynn McGarry's food a la ego.

— Mimi Sheraton (@mimisheraton) September 30, 2015

Plus, before McGarry’s restaurant even opened two weeks ago, the concept and the $160 tasting menu were already derided by chef David Santos (of the now-closed Louro) who ranted in a lengthy Instagram post that that “even calling him a chef offends me to no end.”


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The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

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And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

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The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


The Virtual Memories Show

The Virtual Memories Show is a weekly interview podcast about books and life, not necessarily in that order. Your host, Gil Roth, interviews guests about their careers and the books that have helped shape their lives, and tries to engage in witty banter for which you’d think 49 years of dilettantism would have prepared him better.

Every Tuesday, you can expect a fascinating conversation with a fascinating person. So far, that includes a passel of Pulitzer Prize winners, two MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Fellows, an Emmy winner, an Oscar nominee, an Oscar winner, a National Book Award nominee, a Marine, a boxer, an MBE, and a whole bunch of cartoonists.

In fact, there’ve been so many cartooning-related episodes, I made a page for them over here!

And here’s an alphabetical list of guests, which may be easier than sorting through the chronological list below.

And here’s a list of podcasts by some of our guests (I’m always happy when past guests launch shows of their own).


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