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Adam Platt

December 8, 2003 | Restaurant Review

Matsuri is that rarest of things: a grand, lavishly decorated Japanese restaurant where the food lives up to the room.

December 1, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Small Is Beautiful

Cutting-edge food is alive and well in New York. It just comes in small packages. Take Josh DeChellis’s West Village standout, Sumile.

November 14, 2003 | Restaurant Review
'Cesca Master

At his new, unrelentingly rustic Upper West Side Italian joint, Tom Valenti delivers equal measures of elegance, neighborly bonhomie, and bulk.

November 3, 2003 | Restaurant Review
All Mixed Up

Alain Ducasse’s Mix in New York offers an eclectic blend of homey American and European dishes that ultimately just doesn’t jell.

October 27, 2003 | Winter Travel
Twin Peaks

St. Lucia’s famed Pitons are just one of the Caribbean hideaway’s draws. There are pristine beaches, lush rain forests, and a refreshing lack of posing vacationers.

October 20, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Right Up McNally

At Schiller’s Liquor Bar, bistro and brasserie king Keith McNally brings steak-frites, cloudy mirrors, and yards of brass railings to the Lower East Side.

October 6, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Très Truffles

Soho’s 325 Spring Street dishes up truffles in virtually every conceivable way (truffle pizza? truffle jelly?). The results? Comme ci, comme ça.

September 29, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Big Italy

Spun off from two popular Italian sandwich bars, ’inoteca and Bread Tribeca are full-fledged ristorantes.

September 8, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Sweet Sueños

Sueños means “dreams” in Spanish. With potent margaritas and fresh south-of-the-border cuisine, the restaurant may well inspire visions.

August 25, 2003 | Restaurant Review
The South Rises

Ida Mae Kitchen-n-Lounge brings down-home southern cooking north, then gives it a decidedly Manhattan twist.

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