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Adam Platt

August 8, 2005 |
Get it For Less

We have nothing against paying for a good meal, but costs at some haute-cuisine establishments seem to have gone hog wild recently. Which is why we’ve provided a selection of less expensive (if not entirely cheap) doppelgänger venues.

July 18, 2005 | Restaurant Review
Ribs That Could Stick

Kansas City barbecue guru Paul Kirk may have finally brought the real thing to New York.

June 27, 2005 | Feature
The Next Jean-Georges

Aspiring to be Jean-Georges is a little like aspiring to be Michael Jordan. There are chefs with great classical training, chefs who inspire trends, and chefs with a golden nose for a business deal, but very few who combine all three. The following is our own list, in descending order, of New York’s next generation of four-star chef contenders.

May 23, 2005 | Feature
Yummy

Chinese fusion? Improbably enough, Yumcha pulls it off.

May 9, 2005 | The Everything Guide to Pearls
Adam Platt's Top Six Oyster Dishes

The best oyster dishes in New York City.

May 2, 2005 | Restaurant Review
Fishy Business

At his new restaurant, gifted chef Laurent Tourondel puts concept over execution.

April 18, 2005 | Feature
A Lotta Italy

One new little palate-cleanser of a place, one old-fashioned Italian madhouse.

April 4, 2005 | Restaurant Review
Modern Love

Danny Meyer’s MoMA restaurant and café are studies in dining excellence.

March 28, 2005 | Restaurant Review
Trading Spaces

Aquavit may have moved to a cold, bland location, but the food is as warm and imaginative as ever.

December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
A Nice Plate of Pike Quenelles Got a Little Harder to Find.

Three of the city’s most storied French restaurants bid adieu.

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