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Has fine dining turned the corner and begun to put some distance between itself and the malignant grip of the recession? Restaurant and food writer John Mariani thinks so. Mariani visits 15 to 20 different cities around the country each year in his capacity as food and travel correspondent for Esquire magazine and editor and chief scribe of Mariani’s Virtual Gourmet Newsletter. As such, he dines at some 80 to 85 different restaurants each year, which gives him a boots-on-the-ground ...
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