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  1. Over the years, Sirio Maccioni, who opened Le Cirque in 1974, has always allowed his young chefs—among them Daniel Boulud, David Bouley, and pastry master Jacques Torres—to modernize haute cuisine in...
  2. Since opening Momofuku Ko in New York’s East Village in 2008, chef David Chang has been called erratic, intense, and original. Mining from a variety of world cuisines and reshaping them to conform to...
  3. At his spot at the Palazzo, Charlie Trotter lets his hair down. This sense of fun is reflected in the space itself. Diners have lots of choices--there's a proper bar, Bar Charlie for serious sushi...
  4. Located two blocks from the White House, in the newly renovated St. Regis Washington, D.C., Adour fast became a favorite among the capital’s power elite. The modern decor creates an elegant yet lush...
  5. The seafood at Chicago's L20 can be experienced in a four-course prix-fixe menu or a tasting menu. In either case, be prepared for a showcase of the sea’s bounty, in preparations ranging from a...
  6. Chef Michael Mina’s 14th restaurant anchors the eastern edge of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, and offers a party-style array of small plates (popcorn with black truffle butter, Maine lobster rolls),...
  7. Just around the corner from Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, one finds a very Western boîte from the French-cuisine powerhouse Daniel Boulud. Though he is used to stately settings, the China locale is the...
  8. Named for the Super Tuscan wine that the Frescobaldi family of Florence, Italy, produces in partnership with the Mondavi family of Napa Valley, Luce draws on three distinct cultural influences—...
  9. Chef Douglas Keane's menu uses local ingredients—plums from Santa Rosa, farmhouse cheeses from Sonoma—to world-class effect. Specialties: Sea bass with sweet corn and spring onions and mussel-saffron...
  10. Alain Ducasse promised that Adour, which he named after a river in the region of France where he was raised, would emphasize wine and would not lock diners into a marathon-length meal if they did not...

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