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April 30, 1997 More of Lespinasse The Washington, D.C., sibling of New York's famous restaurant builds on the family name without sacrificing a unique identity By John Mariani The idea of cloning trend-setting restaurants seems one of the greedier trends of the late '90s, as branches of well-known restaurants proliferate all over the country, even to other continents.
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