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Go West

Issue: April 30, 1998

April 30, 1998 Go West The Upper West Side restaurant scene has finally matured beyond the pretheater meal By Peter D. Meltzer The Upper West Side first distinguished itself on the Manhattan map as home to the city's premier apartment house, the Dakota, an enduring masterpiece built on Central Park West in the early 1880s.

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