Fine Dining: Don’t Call It a Comeback

Fine Dining Dont Call It a Comeback Fine Dining: Dont Call It a Comeback After all, it’s been here for years. But, the economy is bouncing back — and so is fine (make that “superfine”) dining. Manhattan’s refurbished Pierre Hotel now houses the recently opened Le Caprice, which New York Magazine‘s Adam Platt says “looks like a grand, Gilded Age train car done over by Noël Coward and his friends in Art Deco tones of black and pearly white” and serves “a variety of classically executed Continental favorites.” In other words, the check may not be modest, but nor will the dining experience.

Up in Boston, chef-restarauteur Barbara Lynch is opening what she hopes will be the crowning jewel in her Boston restaurant empire. Menton, named for a French town on the Italian border, is slated to start serving in January and will feature tasting menus of four or seven courses with prices hovering around $150 per person (including wine). Lynch, whose other restaurants include B&G Oysters, No. 9 Park, and Sportello (among others), promises The Boston Globe, “You’re going to want to dress up. It’s going to be very luxurious, very elegant.”

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