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Adam Platt

April 7, 2003 | Restaurant Review
International Set

Barbalùc is a Eurotrash joint masquerading as a temple to Friulian cuisine; Brasserie 360 is both French bistro and sushi bar. Welcome to the new world order.

March 31, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Island Time

Lamu—named for an island off the coast of Kenya—is African only in name. But maybe an exotic moniker is exotic enough.

March 17, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Good Neighbor

Cafe Asean’s upscale sister, Jefferson, is a welcome addition to the block. Just don’t call it Asian fusion.

March 3, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Ice Fishing

The aquatic treats at Sushi Seki are sometimes odd and always compelling. Perfect food for a cold winter night? Not to you, perhaps, but there are diehards who say absolutely.

February 24, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Northern Exposure

Way up in Washington Heights, Republi’K is striving to bring haute cuisine with an elegant Latino flair to the city’s farthest reaches.

February 10, 2003 | Restaurant Review
'21' Pickup

With a sly wink, Upstairs at '21' targets diners seeking pure, retro luxury—and a little guilt with their pleasure.

January 20, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Classic Fix

Pining for an old-school steakhouse, with rib cuts for two wheeled out on trolleys and baked Alaska set ablaze tableside? Terrance Brennan feels your hunger pains.

January 13, 2003 | Restaurant Review
Fat City

With its Batali-esque, stick-to-your-ribs Italian fare, Gonzo has become a mecca for those with big appetites (and bigger waistlines).

December 23, 2002 | Classic New York
The Doorman

(Classic New York) Those silent sentries are rarely as buttoned-down as they seem. -- Guide to Classic New York

December 23, 2002 | Classic New York
The Doorman

Those silent sentries are rarely as buttoned-down as they seem.

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