More of Lespinasse

From the Apr 30, 1997, issue
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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