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August 2, 1999
Points Well Taken

Every city neighborhood deserves a hangout as convivial and inviting as NoHo's Five Points -- but please don't tell everyone and ruin it, okay?

July 26, 1999
Snap, Crackle, Pop

Roy Liebenthal's Pop has all his regular accoutrements; ample attitude, seductive lighting, plus food that's almost as tempting as its patrons.

June 7, 1999
Trattoria I Pagliacci
April 19, 1999
Bland Ambition

Belgian cooking is New York's unlikeliest new foreign fad since the work of Jacques Derrida. Will it catch on? Stranger things have happened.

April 12, 1999
Jeollado
April 5, 1999
Food Bar
April 5, 1999
Chinese Roulette

When they go out for Chinese, Upper West Siders are used to taking unnecessary culinary risks, but Ruby Foo's dramatically improves the odds.

March 1, 1999
Truth to Tell . . .

It's the attention to detail -- in its curry nage, in its wine list, in its air-conditioning duct -- that makes Scott Bryan's Veritas such an instant success.

February 8, 1999
Tonic Relief

There are two kinds of food magnates today: repeat offenders who recycle one idea ad nauseam, and risk-hungry imagineers who never travel the same road twice.

February 1, 1999
The Tex-Mex-Files

The menu at L-Ray sounds old, but chef Aaron Sanchez has got some new mojo working.

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