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Pete Wells’ MeToo Review of Julian Niccolini’s Four Seasons

Julian Niccolini.

Julian Niccolini.
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In the aftermath of the #MeToo movement, navigating the creations bad men have left in their wake has been difficult. Shitty men have dominated our culture for a while, and now that some have been exposed for their bad behavior, many critics are grappling with how to evaluate the films, literature, and restaurants forever marked by what they did. Pete Wells’s review of the “second coming” of the Four Seasons for the New York Times on Tuesday marked a path forward.

Wells was tasked with reviewing the newest iteration of New York’s famous Four Seasons restaurant, co-owned by Julian Niccolini, a man with a history of sexual abuse. In 2016, he plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault after being accused of violently groping a 28-year-old woman. When asked by an Assistant District Attorney if he’d touched the woman in a way that caused “scratches and bruises to her hip and thigh,” Niccolini responded “yes.” He served no jail time for his crime, but his predatory behavior is inextricably linked to his restaurant.


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