This lousy recession has claimed another victim. This time it’s O’Neals’, a decades-old fixture of Manhattan’s Upper West Side dining scene. After Café des Artistes and Tavern on the Green, O’Neals’ marks the third prominent West Sider to go dark in the past year. I had to read the e-mail announcing the closing a few times before I was convinced that I had read it correctly. I guess I kept looking for a joke or a twist or something that would make ...
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