March 31st, 2000 A Golden Age American Restaurants Reach New Heights in Food and Wine By Harvey Steiman and Thomas Matthews Let's make it official. America has entered a golden age of fine dining. With homegrown chefs, a modern cuisine that transcends international boundaries and a wine sensibility that brings terrific bottles from all over the world to America's dining tables as never before, American restaurants have taken on a distinctly and uniquely American flavor.
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