Robert Simonson Biography
Robert Simonson is a well-renowned novelist and journalist from the United States. He currently works as a freelance journalist for The New York Times. Since 2000, Robert has written for the New York Times on bartenders, bars, spirits, and cocktails. He also contributes to the Times’ Travel section on a regular basis. Furthermore, Robert has been a contributing editor at Punch since 2017. Since 2019, he has also worked as a contributing writer for Imbibe Magazine.
Robert Simonson Age
Robert Simonson was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States on September 11, 1964. He is 57 years old.
Robert Simonson Height
Robert stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Robert Simonson Family
Robert was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to a loving mother and a steadfast father. However, he has not made public any pertinent information about his dedicated parents or whether he has any siblings. As a result, details on his parents and siblings are unknown.
Robert Simonson Wife
Robert is happily married to his lovely wife, Mary Kate Murray. Furthermore, the couple has two beautiful boys named Asher and Richard. Every year on June 16th, Richard celebrates his birthday.
Robert Simonson Education
Robert graduated from Palmyra-Eagle High School. Later, in 1982, he enrolled in Northwestern University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Letters in 1986.
Robert Simonson Salary
Robert annually pockets a salary of $89,104.
Robert Simonson Net Worth
Robert’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Robert Simonson Career
He began working at The New York Times in June 2000. Robert is currently employed as a freelance journalist. He began writing for the Times on bars, spirits, and cocktails in 2009. He has also contributed to Lucky Peach, Food & Wine, Saveur, Whiskey Advocate, and Imbibe. Since 2017, he has worked as a contributing editor at Punch.
His other works have received a total of twelve Spirited Awards. Tales of the Cocktail bestows these honors on an annual basis. Prior to being a cocktail writer, he wrote about theater for 15 years. He primarily covered theater for Playbill and The New York Times. He worked as an editor and writer for Playbill for 16 years. In addition, Robert wrote four books about theater.
It reveals Robert’s research of the classic martini’s long and complicated history, as well as its various variations. Martini includes traditional recipes. This covers modern variants developed by some of the world’s top bartenders, as well as the first published martini recipe.