Issue 191, page
Malcolm Tent gives an example of what he's been talking about all along
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From: XYZ Hotel NYC
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 2:25 PM
To: Melanie A. Crowley
Subject: Fall in New York & Dinner with America's best chef's
Great offers from Restaurant Bouley, Danube, Django and Marseille
When David Bouley opened Bouley in 1987, he quickly became known as one of the top chefs in the country. More than 15 years later, his cooking remains as innovated and respected as ever.
At the luxurious and whimsical Danube the passion of chef Mario Lohinger, the creativity of chef/owner David Bouley and the enchantment of Vienna waits for you.
Like the city that bears it's name, Marseille is mysterious, exotic and alluring with an exciting menu by chef Alex Urena and an extraordinary wine list to match.
Named after gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, the David Rockwell designed Django is a stunning showcase for the vibrant Riviera cuisine of rising star chef Cedric Tovar
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