NEW YORK Myriad Restaurant Group is braving the turbulent business climate with an ambitious reinterpretation of a once-trendsetting restaurant. —Even as other local fine-dining operators hunker down in the face of the current economic storm, Drew Nieporent’s Called Corton, the restaurant is named for a village in Burgundy famous for its grand cru white wine, which, Nieporent explains, is a “nod and a wink” to his operation ...

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