Chef/owner at Marc Forgione (address and info)
New York, NY
"I don't know if I necessarily have a problem with it. However, if there is a flash involved, or if it's something hot you should eat right away, or if you're bothering guests around you, then I think it does become an issue. I think people in general get too caught up in taking a picture for Instagram, Twitter, or whatever that may be, when sometimes I just think you should enjoy the moment for what it is."
Executive chef/owner at qui (address and info)
"With regards to Instagram, I don't mind it at all. There are certain time-sensitive bites at qui, but as long as I give the guest a heads up, the rest is up to them. At the end of the day, I do want my food to look and taste good, so if I notice that it might have been a bit too long, I'm happy to fire a fresh plate."
Rachel Freeman is a Food/Drink editorial assistant at Thrillist, and is an admitted food Instagrammer, but abides by a strict no-filter policy. Not even Kelvin. Follow her to fancy feasts: @rachelifreeman.