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September 11, 2000
Day of the Lotus

Lotus offers trend-seekers high-style ambience with a menu to match -- if you can locate it. Tja! is also hard to find -- not that you'd want to.

September 4, 2000
Gnocco on Wood

The folks at Gnocco in the East Village have a simple plan: Offer better food for less by importing young (and cheap) chefs straight from Italy. Hope they can keep it up.

August 28, 2000
Nibbling Doubts

For a certain kind of eater, nothing less than a pot roast will do. But Annisa, with its intimate setting and delicate flavors, scores a convert.

August 21, 2000
Two's Company

If 222 is perfect for romantic tête-à-têtes and intimate celebrations, it's because sometimes elegant food and perfect presentation just aren't enough.

July 31, 2000
Downtown Under

Authentic Australian dishes like emu and kangaroo are rare even in Sydney these days -- who would ever expect to find them on Mulberry Street?

July 17, 2000
Son of Red Sauce

From the people who brought you Rao's, another great Southern Italian restaurant -- Baldoria. And this one you might even manage to get into.

July 10, 2000
Our Delhi Bread

Downstairs from Tabla, chef Floyd Cardoz is reworking the meals of his Subcontinental youth at his cheaper and (dare we say it?) fresher Bread Bar.

June 5, 2000
Strip Joint

At clubby Del Frisco's, you'll pay top dollar for sublime steaks in a monumental midtown setting, but the cheesy service may leave you cold.

May 15, 2000
Bread Winner

A well-known SoHo bakery by day becomes a reasonably priced French bistro at night; in Murray Hill, another dream of a bistro lives on.

May 1, 2000
Burn This

Sometimes even the most dutiful critic can barely bring himself to risk ruining his favorite new place by naming it, but if you promise not to tell . . .

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