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2009_10_patb.jpgPat Bruno, longtime critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, reflects on his 25 years on the job. In the past quarter-century, Bruno grumbles about several big changes to the dining scene, namely how chefs are never in the kitchen anymore, how owners don't work the floor anymore (now "there are owners who check the room from afar via a computer"), how hamburgers aren't $8 anymore, and also that he would like you to get off his lawn please. [Sun-Times]

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