July 29, 2002 Issue
"Women are supporting themselves, so they can go for younger, they can go for older, they can go for whatever they want."
-- Jane Pratt, "The New Mrs. Robinsons"
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BY ROBIN RAISFELD AND ROB PATRONITE
So your paycheck (or lack thereof) doesn't permit splurging at Jean Georges? No matter. In New York, there are culinary marvels in every price range. Our critics carted their appetites all over town in search of gourmet meals at budget-friendly prices. They pick their favorites, from all-you-can-eat Indian to the perfect pizza pie to Manhattan's most mouthwatering mofongo.
PLUS: A Guide to New York on the Cheap
The New Mrs. Robinsons
This Media Life
The Bottom Line
The Business Class
BY RIMA SUQI
Kate Spade notepads, chic dish soap, and a guide to 1,000 New York buildings
Plus: Best Bets Daily