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Adam Platt

April 26, 2004 | Restaurant Review
Holy Mackerel

Aji is just one of the glistening delicacies on the chef’s menu at Manhattan’s newest, and most expensive, temple to the gods of sushi.

April 12, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Waxing Italian

Jonathan Waxman is back, this time dishing up rustic Italian—bucatini, bacalao, a lemony roast chicken—at the casually hip West Village bistro Barbuto.

March 22, 2004 | Feature
Best of New York

In a city of a billion choices, how do you decide where to eat, where to shop, where to get your Limoges tureen repaired? Our annual guide to the best of everything is the best place to start.

March 22, 2004 | Restaurant Review
Riingo Is No Star

Marcus Samuelsson catches Asian-fusion mania, but a cramped space and uneven menu—unaccountably bland salmon, dull chicken—strike sour notes.

March 15, 2004 | Restaurant Review
The Lollipop Kid

David Burke brings wacky, wildly inventive cooking back to New York. It’s Willy Wonka meets haute cuisine, and much of it is delicious.

March 1, 2004 | Restaurant Review
Mario Does Spain

At Casa Mono and Bar Jamón, the latest Mario Batali–Joseph Bastianich creations, the plates may be pequeño, but the flavors are decidedly grande.

February 9, 2004 | Restaurant Review
Down Underworld

At Public on Elizabeth, a bold—if sometimes perplexing—exploration of Australasian cooking.

February 2, 2004 | Restaurant Review
Little Oaxaca

Say hola to Lucy Mexican Barbecue, the latest trendy Latin-themed eatery (1,001 moles!) to open at ABC Carpet & Home.

January 6, 2003 | Where to Eat Now
Where to Eat 2003

Barbequed ribs. Gourmet steaks. Pork bellies. The city's restaurants are filled with enough platters of sumptuous, mouthwatering meat to make even Dr. Atkins happy. And with Chinese home cooking, a spate of new gourmet pizza joints, and lethal margaritas popping up all over town, it's no wonder that one thing we're really excited about spending our time -- and our cash -- on these days is good food. A highly opinionated tour of the city's best culinary establishments, from high-end to down-home.

January 5, 2004 | Where to Eat 2004
Where to Eat 2004

Adam Platt names the top restaurants in the city for everything from barbeque to asian fusion.

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