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When an ambitious and tremendously good restaurant like Mayfield opens, as it did in November on the corner of Franklin Avenue and Prospect Place in Crown Heights, an ornate choreography is set in motion, no less intricate or predetermined than a tarantella or gavotte.
Aligned on one side, festooned in the pomp of Read More
Perched on a stool at Ouest, a new restaurant in the heart of Zabar’s country, a bespectacled young Japanese businessman was absorbed in a blockbuster novel. He seemed oblivious to his surroundings as he turned the pages between mouthfuls of chocolate cake. But then he put down his fork for a second. “Do you have Read More