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June 21, 1999
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
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
Pearl Oyster Bar

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

May 31, 1999
Cat's Got Her Tongue

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

May 24, 1999
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 10, 1999
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.

May 3, 1999
Tabla's Bread Bar

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

May 3, 1999
Worth Dining For

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

April 26, 1999
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.

December 14, 1998
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.

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