NEW YORK —National ad campaigns are rarely done for collections of mall-based restaurants, but Time Warner Center is making an exception to build on what management says were strong sales in 2007 and to brand itself as a premier dining destination. With midtown Manhattan remaining a magnet for hungry business travelers, tourists and well-heeled locals, the high-rise landmark at the southwest corner of Central Park is featuring its tony ...

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