• Issue Archive for
  • Dec 8-15, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 49

Special Issues

  • Frazier's Wine Bar
  • Frazier's Wine Bar

    Best suited for: Cosmopolitan friends visiting from out of town, or any party of adventurous eaters who value a wide wine selection and aren't above passing plates between friends
  • Mami Nora's
  • Mami Nora's

    Best suited for: Feeding a passel of lingering relatives tantalizing but comfortable family-style food, for about as much as you'd spend on a trip to your average steam-table buffet
  • Tribeca Tavern
  • Tribeca Tavern

    Best suited for: Watching the game with fans who understand the value of seeing every play and eating pub food made from locally sourced beef, cheese and produce while they do it
  • One

    Best suited for: Sophisticated diners who have seen and tasted it all—including your tech-savvy grandma—and crave a setting that's as stimulating as the cuisine is inventive
  • Scratch

    Best suited for: Your visiting foodie pals who salivate over bakers who make the news, those who mistakenly think they already know what a perfect pastry crust tastes like or a good friend who likes to linger over lunch
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen

    Best suited for: Francophiles who don't mind standing in line for truly comforting bistro food
  • Bella Mia
  • Bella Mia

    Best suited for: Know-it-all Yankee visitors who need the there's-no-decent-pie-in-this-burg smirk wiped off their faces, or well-mannered Southerners ready to have their pizza worlds rocked

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  • PlayMakers Rep's <i>Shipwrecked!</i>
  • PlayMakers Rep's Shipwrecked!

    Playwright Donald Margulies instructed theaters performing Shipwrecked to "make no attempt to replicate onstage what television and movies do," but rather, "simply get back to the essence of telling a good story."

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