The height of arrogance is pretending to be an expert on restaurants in multiple cities. Tommie boy, giving advice for one city with the diversity of Washington will tax anybody's expertise. In the rare event I'll be traveling to one of your cities, I'll look to the opinions of people who eat there every day, thank you very much.
Note that in Sunday's Post he's telling us where to eat in the top temples of American conspicuous consumption - NY, SF, and Beverly Hills, of all places. In Beverly Hills, it's Spago, natch. As if any half-way civilized person would be caught dead there. No prices listed either. But what's $ when you're on an apparently unlimited expense account and can travel there to play expert?