For those unfamiliar with the Plotz, his dining guide covers 900 restaurants in the USA and Canada, chosen by a collective of diners operating under a weighted point system (Plotnicki's points mean more than a casual diner's), where restaurants can earn up to 100 points. It's reminiscent of a Zagat guide and has its fair share of critics and followers.
This year's survey has a lot to wade through, but some highlights: Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Jean Georges, and Per Se earned some of the highest ratings, all of the Momofukus earned scores in the 90's, and filed under "Can't Recommend": Cafe at Country, Buddakan, Peasant, Cafe Des Artistes, Tavern on the Green, Two Boots. A new "Cheap Eats" section gives shout out to Una Pizza, Di Fara, Hill Country, and some other expected spots.
Nothing revelatory here, but it's worth a peek to see where some of these spots fall.