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The Dal Rae

Photograph by Lisa Romerein There’s a maître d’ in a sporty blazer tending a saucepan of flaming bananas at the next table. Customers are knocking back strong drinks, and the...

Mo-Chica

Photograph by Jessica Boone So I am not going to let myself get overly excited about Mo-Chica, a Peruvian restaurant located in a food court south of downtown. I’m...

Petrossian

The latest version of Petrossian has changed all that. Earlier this year the spot underwent a total remodel, and with the new design came a transformation. The location has...

Westside Tavern

 Though gastronomic places tend to get most of the coverage, big, midrange restaurants are where we actually eat. Their quality may vary, but these bustling dining rooms depend on...

Tavern

I’ve been a fan of Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne for a long time. When people from out of town ask me where to eat, Lucques and A.O.C. are...

Cecconi's and Bottega Louie

 George Hamilton walks into Cecconi’s. Tanned (of course) and relaxed, he is about to sit at a center table in the crowded courtyard when from within the restaurant a guy...

Craftbar

 UPDATE 5/18/09: Lesley Bargar Suter reports changes at Craft and Craftbar  Tom Colicchio may be, flat out, the most influential chef in the country. That deep sear, that long braise,...

Rivera

Sometimes a chef can compress everything he feels about cooking into a single creation. I don’t necessarily mean a signature dish—a term that smacks of the cranked-out showstopper. Rather...

The Bazaar

 Up to now, at least, the times have been good to Sam Nazarian. After opening his first club half a decade ago, the 33-year-old has followed through on his...

Gjelina

Of the three friends polishing off a bottle of albariño around the fire pit at Gjelina, it was the young man pouring the wine who had perfected the bohemian...