New Yorkers don't go to restaurants to feast on memories. Lutèce, once the archetype of French haute cuisine, and Gage & Tollner, an icon of the Gilded Age, both closed in February. Despite serving the city for a combined total of 166 years, they lost their hold on the here and now.
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