NEW YORK Trapped in the so-called “Frozen Zone” when a powerful steam pipe explosion shut down parts of midtown Manhattan, some restaurants in the area had yet to reopen as of Friday from the Wednesday evening blast. Others reported mass cancellations. Rare Hospitality’s Capital Grille, Patina Restaurant Group’s Naples, Café Centro and Cucina and a host of fast-feeders and delis were either shut or serving a fraction of their normal daily traffic 48 hours after the ...

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