Gael Greene: She Brought Sass and Sensuality to Her Job as Restaurant Critic

From a New York Times obit by William Grimes headlined “Gael Greene, Who Shook Up Restaurant Reviewing, Dies at 88”:

Gael Greene, who reinvented the art of the restaurant review with sass and sensuality in four decades as New York magazine’s restaurant critic, died on Tuesday in Manhattan.

Until her death, Ms. Greene had continued to serve as chairwoman of Citymeals on Wheels, a New York charity she helped create in the early 1980s to provide food for the elderly.