During his 50 years or so in New York City, Tony May has been witness to a lot of changes in the dining scene. In addition to operating such top-rated fine-dining restaurants as the Rainbow Room, Palio, Sandro’s and San Domenico, he experienced firsthand the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, when he lost two restaurants, Gemelli and PastaBreak, in the terror attacks on the World Trade Center. He also helped to found the Gruppo Ristoratori Italiani, a U.S.-based nonprofit organization formed ...
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