Claudia McNeilly is a food writer and editor living in Toronto. She writes two weekly columns in the National Post where she talks about restaurants and food trends. She is also an editor at Canada's 100 Best, and served as a judge for Canada's 100 Best Restaurants in 2018. Her writing has also appeared on/in Vogue, Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, Broadly, Munchies, VICE and a few others.
HIGHLIGHTS & RECENT WORK
Why you should ignore the stigma around ordering the cheapest glass of red or white on the menu and enjoy a glass of house wine - april 2018. national post.
PennE for your thoughts: why italian Food's endless ramble of cheese, meat and tomato sauce is overrated - april 2018. national post.
The Restaurant at PEarl Morissette - March 2018. Canada's 100 Best.
Why we need to expand the types of seafood we eat - January 2018. National Post.
Bogota, COlombia, is an IRRESISTIBLE dining destination. January 2018. vogue magazine.
The case against brunch and how it became the ultimate symbol of gentrification - December 2017. National Post.
Why diet culture and the endless journey to "wellness" is so insidious - November 2017. National Post.
Why Spam is the foie gras of the grocery store and it's time we gave it some credit - November 2017. National Post.
How does a food become a trend and see the light of a grocery store shelf? September 2017. National Post.
How bureaucracy is keeping Ontario's best wines off liquor store shelves and nowhere near your dining table. September 2017. National Post.
Why Netflix documentary 'What the Health' has got nutritional advice very, very wrong. August 2017. National Post.
Eat at your own risk: the rising popularity of dangerous and gruesome foods. March 2017. National Post.