You can still hear anger and sadness in Tony May’s voice when he talks about the terrorist attacks that destroyed New York’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.“It’s not a matter of overcoming it,” he says. “It’s just like when you lose a dear one. You never forget them; you just get accustomed to not having them around.” May, owner-operator of San Domenico, a venerable fine-dining establishment in midtown Manhattan, lost two restaurants in the attack, the upscale Gemelli and ...

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