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Eating Wild Game

Food at these places was only the hors d’oeuvre.

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THE FOUR SEASONS
As Henry Kissinger might say, power is the ultimate appetizer.

BRASSERIE
Obligatory after Studio—even if you’d somehow lost your appetite.

THE COLONY
Where Le Cirque’s Sirio Maccioni learned everything he knew.

ELAINE’S
It still ain’t over—Elaine don’t sing.

MICHAEL’S
The best tables in the front? (Media people will believe anything.)

INDOCHINE
Eighties exotica that (like shoulder pads and kohl eyes) found a second life a decade down the road.

150 WOOSTER
Brian McNally’s boîte was superheated by supermodels. Who could think about food—or paying the bills—when surrounded by such beauty?

MR. CHOW
Warhol held court here. John Lennon had his last meal here. Puff Daddy made its hot-and-sour soup hot again in the late nineties.

THE ODEON
The McNally brothers’ Ur-bistro, it spawned a thousand others.

RAO’S
When can you get a reservation if you aren’t a mover or shaker or celebrated private investigator? How does never sound?

44
When Tina was queen of Condé Nast, this was her domain.

MORTIMER’S
Where the ladies who lunch went for dinner.


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