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Bruni on Disguises

"I once saw servers in a restaurant titter as they looked at me in a disguise, because they knew they were looking at me in a disguise. I’ve heard from restaurant-world insiders that disguised critics sometimes believed they weren’t recognized only because the restaurant, realizing the effort the critic had gone to, and not wanting to upset the critic, did a better job of pretending it hadn’t spotted him or her." [City Room]