Part Two Best Northern Tribeca Restaurant Sosa Borella …

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Part Two Best Northern Tribeca Restaurant Sosa Borella 460 Greenwich St. (betw. Watts & Desbrosses Sts.) 431-5093 The Bubby’s Alternative. Tucked away in a low-profile part of Tribeca (probably not for long; developers have finally discovered this fertile land), right below Canal St., Sosa Borella is an Argentine/Italian restaurant that most New Yorkers haven’t heard [&hellip
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Part Three Best Place to Dine with Your Dog …

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Part Three Best Place to Dine with Your Dog Downtown Odeon 145 W. Broadway (Thomas St.) 233-0507 See Spot Drool. Let’s face it, in a city that is supposed to be very accepting of different races, religions and Republicans, there’s one group that’s always left out: our four-footed friends. And we don’t mean rats, cats [&hellip
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Hateful, Helpful, Insightful, Wonderful Best of Manhattan 2001; Phew! MUGGER’s Okay!; Cockburn Nails It Again; Nuh-Uh, Neuberg; Reader Reaction, Pt. 4, Plus More History Lessons and Things of that Ilk; More

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Hey, thanks for including the Bridge and Tunnel Club in the Best of Manhattan 2001 (10/3). That was really cool and I don’t even mind–not at all–being a part of the "Best Letdown." It’s kind of an honor, actually. Scott Sendrow, Astoria Slightly Less Easy I just read your review of the Bridge and Tunnel [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001: Normal’s Not an Ordinary Word

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Not surprisingly, New York Press’ 14th annual Best of Manhattan issue is as subdued as the city itself. It was originally planned for Sept. 19, but we pushed back publishing our largest annual edition for several obvious reasons. Primarily, in the midst of New York City’s most severe crisis, with so many citizens mourning the [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001: Media & Politics

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Deford’s Done. As we’ve written before in these pages, the once-literate Sports Illustrated has devolved–like most Time Warner publications–into a banal melange of cliches and hack writing. However, S.I.’s Sept. 24 cover was the class of the newsstands after the WTC bombings. The image was stark: an American flag draped over an empty seat in [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001: Services

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align=”left”> Best Shoe Repair Continental Shoe Repair 2 Barclay St. (B’way) 349-6878 Sole Man. Some years ago, we attended a recital at Carnegie Hall. At the intermission, we strolled into the lobby. We passed a strikingly handsome, dignified older gentleman in black tie, knowledgeably discussing the performance with several people. We recognized Sal Iacone, who [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001:Eats & Drinks

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align=”left”> Best Quietly Retracted Zagat Review Tomoe Sushi The Words (or Something) Get Stuck in Our Throat. When a friend first pointed this out to us, we couldn’t believe it. How could the Zagat’s people have let this one slip into their 2000 Survey of New York Restaurants? For those who didn’t catch it, here’s [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan 2001: Entertainment

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align=”left”> Best Rap Crew Screwball Q.B. or Not Q.B. When Screwball put out their 2000 album Y2K, we figured it was the last gasp for New York hardcore. Four seasoned intelligent-hoodlum types from Queensbridge, these guys must have preceded Nas and Mobb Deep in everything but the rap industry, where their talents were wasted in [&hellip
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