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Gael Greene

May 3, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Tabla's Bread Bar

Tabla's Bread Bar is well worth bellying up to.

May 3, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Worth Dining For

Chef John Tesar tries out his reasonably priced downtown fusion on an uptown crowd.

April 26, 1999 | The Insatiable Critic
Double Your Pleasure

Now that Daniel Boulard has opened a $10 million celebration of the seasons just eleven blocks south of Café Boulud, his real rival may turn out to be himself.

January 4, 1999 | Feature
Where to Eat in 1999

From fabulous French to Asian fusion, from brand-name bistros to secret passions.

December 14, 1998 | The Insatiable Critic
Eating by the Numbers

Whaddaya want on your pizza? Peking duck, smoked salmon, and tandoori chicken at One3 in the Village prove it’s a small world after all.

October 26, 1998 | The Insatiable Critic
The Joy of Excess

If there really can be too much of a good thing, then breakfast at Norma's ought to be against the law.

October 26, 1998 | The Insatiable Critic
Remembering Joe Baum
October 19, 1998 | Feature
Venice Off the Menu

In the off-season, Venice still has everything the savvy sybarite will ever need -- except the crowds.

October 19, 1998 | The Insatiable Critic
Unfinished Symphony

La Fourchette is a lonely pioneer, a culinary outpost on the farthest edge of the Upper East Side -- and it's this close to becoming the season's first instant classic.

October 19, 1998 | Feature
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