"I use the chopsticks/to eat pot sticks."
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The authors of two recent books, one about delis and the other about Chinese food, name their faves.
The space will reopen as a New American restaurant, and if you have at least $150,000, is available for your New Year's Eve.
The 'Post' puts Pelaccio, English, and company on watch for leaving their kitchens in lesser hands.
Plus Chop Suey's partnership with "Milk Honey," a chef raised by hippies, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
Ko cleans up, despite all its hardships, but that's no surprise; Restaurant Girl's going gaga for Eleven Madison Park at this late day, though, is.
If not for the view, Chop Suey might have gotten a bagel from the 'Times'; Eighty One doesn't fare much better elsewhere.