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The New Manhattan

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kenfriedman.jpgToday Time Out New York asks a group of Manhattan restaurateurs whether they would ever consider opening up shop in Brooklyn. The Breslin/Spotted Pig head honcho Ken Friedman doesn't see it happening anytime soon: “I’m from California; I didn’t move 3,500 miles across the country to live in Brooklyn. I don’t have any real connection with it. If we were interested, we would team up with someone who lives there and knows [it]....I just don’t know that much about the restaurant scene in Brooklyn aside from loving Marlow & Sons, Diner, Vinegar Hill House, Motorino and, of course, Junior’s.” [TONY]

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