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Husband and wife join forces to tell their stories while they review New York City's hottest restaurants.

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November 14, 2009

About the Website

The idea for HeViewSheView came out of an assignment for a writing class at NYU. One of the authors was pushed by her professor to change up her writing genre. Since she already had years of experience writing restaurant reviews with her husband on MenuPages (it was in fact a team sport), this blog is the natural result of her professor’s challenge. Natural because the two had already been actively reviewing restaurants from high to low, east to west, north to south, all around New York City for the bragging rights to who would be published on the Internet first.

Collectively, the authors bring their writing styles, perspectives and context to New York City’s restaurant scene. While they of course discuss the food they try, taste and enjoy, their focus is on the overall experience of their pursuit.


SheView, or JSR, is a second grade teacher at P.S. 41, The Greenwich Village School. She is finishing her second Masters degree in Literacy Education at New York University. She enjoys walking around the Chelsea Market, eating turkey burgers at Westville, shopping in SoHo and getting back massages from her husband.


HeView, or SJR, is an attorney-turned-finance professional who will never accept his traditional Upper East Side "look." He enjoys being south of 14th Street, playing softball with the Hank Greenbergs, cycling, cheap Mediterranean or expensive Italian food and finding exotic brands of chocolate covered raisins for his wife.


posted by Anonymous

Hey Views, I think this is a pretty bad-ass idea. It brings me back to that old movie He Said She Said where the girl was always right. Keep on rollin... I look forward to reading them each week.

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