Broken Windows

Tragedy strikes New York and a culinary landmark is lost
Matthew DeBord, Thomas Matthews
Issue: November 15, 2001

Tragedy strikes New York and a culinary landmark is lost The morning of Tuesday, Sept. 11, began like any other morning for Michael Lomonaco, the executive chef of Windows on the World—with one exception: Before ascending to his kitchen near the top of the World Trade Center's north tower, he stopped off to get a new pair of reading glasses.

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