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April 17, 2000
Crust in Me

The modest sandwich -- underappreciated, underestimated, and, more often than not, underwhelming -- may have finally found a much-deserved savior.

April 10, 2000
Day for Night

Everybody knows about lunch at The Four Seasons, but nobody ever talks about dinner. Given its new spring menu and revitalized chef, more should.

April 3, 2000
Arch Support

Terence Conran's latest venture, Guastavino's, fills the spectacular space under the 59th Street bridge with a boisterous crowd -- and food that doesn't yet perk up.

March 27, 2000
A Fine Meze

The Ottoman Empire may have seen better days, but as two new restaurants demonstrate, Turkish cuisine still wields far-reaching influence.

March 27, 2000
A Fine Meze

The Ottoman Empire may have seen better days, but as two new restaurants demonstrate, Turkish cuisine still wields far-reaching influence.

March 6, 2000
Posh Spices

Live high on chef Douglas Rodriguez's celebrated roast hog, or settle for a bowlful of swoony seviche at Chicama, in the Flatiron district.

February 21, 2000
Mod Swing

The staircase isn't so scary -- and that goes for the food, too -- at the slicked-up Brasserie. Chocolate beignets are New Yorky French cooking that flies.

February 14, 2000
A Touch of Eiffel

A bistro in an unlikely location, Rue 57 astonishes Bergdorf shoppers and business execs with duck crumble, braised-to-the-bone short ribs, and a sushi bar.

February 7, 2000
Bouley School

David Bouley may only have two restaurants in the city, but his kitchen has hatched inexpensive Bouley-influenced bistros all over town.

January 31, 2000
Ghost Story

Quince suffers because it's haunted by the specter of the old Quilted Giraffe; Icon is simply bedeviled by spirits from the bar next door.

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