Ducasse Fracas

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Alain Ducasse is still telling New Yorkers what he thinks about them: Theres so much diversity; theyre like spoiled children. A spoiled child is never happy. Theyre a very demanding clientele. Theres a sense of struggle; its not a quiet relationship. Theres a certain rush to have to satisfy their demands. Thats a positive facet to it. New Yorkers are demanding but all the while still pleasant. In Paris, theyre demanding and unpleasant. New Yorkers, if theyre satisfied, are much more responsive than a Parisian. [TONY]