The 'New York Times' eviscerates Guy Fieri's new restaurant. Is that such a bad thing?
And now for a shameless plug.
It sure helps, but historically it matters less than you think.
Victorino Matus, at lunch with Jacques Pépin
Kramer's beach perfume has finally happened.
Standing on the shoulders of beef.
At least for two more weeks.
Sid Meier comments on the longest-running game of Civilization.
A Civilization addict confesses he's been playing the same board for 10 years. So what does the world look like?
Another firm bites the dust.
In Vienna, and boiled the old-fashioned way.
How a room service menu item wound up representing D.C. in 'Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America.'
Her coalition partner, on the other hand, should be.
Victorino Matus is a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. With the magazine since 1996, he writes on a variety of subjects, including politics, Germany, military history, pop culture, and food and drink. His work has also appeared in Policy Review, National Review, Armed Forces Journal, the New York Post, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal. He is currently working on a book, Vodka: An Illustrated History (Lyons Press, 2014). Matus is a graduate of Georgetown University.