- Zachary previously wrote a Midnight Hour snacks column for Serious Eats.
- Called "Bitters, Old Men," he sells his own small-batch artisan bitters and has written for Serious Eats about how to make them at home.
- Zachary has also worked as a food critic for The Village Voice.
Formerly a food critic for The Village Voice, Zachary Feldman is a New York-based writer who had a column with Serious Eats called Midnight Snacks. He also wrote for the site about making bitters at home, and sells small-batch artisan bitters that he produces himself. His other writing credits include Eater, The Alcohol Professor, LivingSocial, and Frommer's.
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