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Gael Greene

June 28, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Feret at Last

Dipping into France's nurturing "cuisine de maman" at two new brasseries and a pair of bistros refreshes a gourmand's fusion-lashed soul.

June 28, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Maison
June 28, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Park Bistro
June 21, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Second Thyme Around

In two old familiar spaces near Bloomingdale's, Cibi-Cibi courts the youth vote with excess decibels, while Latin sizzle is the draw at Bolívar.

June 14, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Wall-to-Wall Italy

Don't even try to fathom the menu at ABC Carpet's rustic Colina. Just put yourself at chef Jonathan Waxman's mercy, and let your seams pop.

May 31, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Pearl Oyster Bar

In the Village, sublime lobster roll is worth the wait at Pearl Oyster Bar.

May 31, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Cat's Got Her Tongue

Chelsea boys and bohos get a cozy new canteen on Tenth.

May 24, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Have Whisk, Will Travel

At last, Jean-Louis Palladin has begun soothing his Gotham itch. But his new Palladin still needs work to satisfy our Jean-Louis itch.

May 17, 1999 | Feature
What Ever Happened to American Food?

Sure, it was buried by fusion, scorned by ambitious chefs, and squeezed out by foreigners -- but two impressive new restaurants, Coach House and Wild Blue, have raised the flag again, and our fussy critic salutes.

May 10, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Old Wine, New Money

Zoë, an old favorite in SoHo, gets a new chef, a new menu, and scary new prices -- but even tightwads may find themselves unzipping their wallets.

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