What is this?

The New Forker maps the restaurants reviewed in The New Yorker’s Tables for Two column from 2005-2015. The New Yorker has since built their own map that picks up where this project left off.

Why are some pins green and some red?

Green pins are restaurants that are still open. Red pins are restaurants that are closed as of Summer 2016. RIP.

Why did you make this?

The reviews in the Tables for Two columns aren't really reviews. They're colorful and usually complimentary profiles of some of New York’s most interesting eateries, and they often leave me wanting to experience the places for myself. Having them mapped out makes that easier.

Is this project affiliated with or endorsed by The New Yorker, Condé Nast, Advance Publications, David Remnick, or Eustace Tilley?

Nope, but one New Yorker editor called it "cool dataviz" and "copyright infringment."

Have you made other projects related to restaurants or The New Yorker?

Yes and yes! Check out Rezhound and Dots and Murmurs.