5 Ninth

the restaurant review


The closure of New York City dining bastions La Côte Basque, La Caravelle and Lutece over the past year signify more than just a popularity wane in French cuisine. It’s also evidence that fine dining is moving away from the confines of midtown. In their place, pedigreed chefs have been opening up in a flurry below Fourteenth Street.

In the East Village, Marco Canora, formerly of Craft and Gramercy Tavern, is heading the kitchen at Hearth; Allison Vines-Rushing, formerly at Alain Ducasse and

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