Eater's very own traveling critic and restaurant editor Bill Addison opens up to the Chicago Tribune about just what goes into his job. He reveals that he is "often dining in more than restaurant per night" which could easily mean nearly six hours of eating a night. Addison adds that the hardest thing is "remembering when you're hungry at that first restaurant that you have two other places to try that evening" so to pace yourself. To help himself not fill up too early, Addison starts off at places that will be the lightest, such as Japanese restaurants, and end at places where he "the food will hold my interest even after any sensation of hunger is long gone." Four stars (out of four).