The cuisine at the remote outpost of Uptown known as Kenton's.
Having felt the merciless lash of NOLA Twitter on its pitiful, ink-stained shoulders
, frequent New Orleans chronicler The New York Times
has revised its opinion of Kenton's, the fancy-ish, new-ish Uptown restaurant run by a pair of NYC expatriates.
The restaurant's location at Magazine and Nashville streets, originally described in Florence Fabricant's story
as a "somewhat remote yet up-and-coming neighborhood west of the Garden District" (you might know it as Uptown)
, has been changed online:
. That was quick. Fortunately, the Public Editor did not need to get involved.