Results of the Greenpoint Mac Off — with video!

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Our intrepid and mac-and-cheese-loving editor, Gersh Kuntzman, “covered” Sunday’s Greenpoint Mac Off, that annual walking tour of the neighborhood’s best macaroni-and-cheese entrees.

Kuntzman is a seasoned professional, a Gruyere-lover to boot, so obviously he was disappointed by the results of both the celebrity judging and the audience selection.

And the “winners” of the Greenpoint Mac Off are:

Judges’ pick: The Habitat.

Popular selection: t.d.b. bar.

The “popular” win for t.d.b. comes with a major asteriks, however: The ballot box was placed at that bar, which was the last stop on the boozy four-stop tour.

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Reader Feedback

ma koff from park slope says:
ummmm and where should the ballot box have been placed? Maybe at the first bar on the crawl so that people could vote before they tried all the other bars? Nice high school reporting there.
March 24, 2009, 6:10 pm
pdq from paradise says:
ma koff aka tbd
Jan. 30, 2011, 4:23 pm

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