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Masson Returns with Majorelle, at The Lowell

“When you come to a restaurant like this, it’s like a mini-vacation—an escape from the outside world,” Charles Masson tells me. The fabled restaurateur, of La Grenouille legend, is speaking about his latest culinary undertaking, Majorelle, which just opened in the newly revamped ground-level spaces of The Lowell, the Upper East Side’s jewel box of …

Great Times, Good Tacos

When Greenwich residents are asked about an exciting dining destination, most will mention Bartaco, a bright and cheerful restaurant located on the New York side of the Byram River. The former lobster shack is particularly appealing in the early evening, when the setting sun lights the outdoor patio area and seeps into the main dining …

In Search of Perfect Asparagus

These days, it’s hard to imagine true seasonality in food, even though you may read about it every day. While everything seems to be available always, corn on the cob isn’t right for December, blueberries won’t cut it in March, and root vegetables, even if they’re made into a salad, are verboten in July. You …