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140721_r25243_p465.jpg New Yorker critic Amanda Lester visits Dave Pasternak's new Italian spot, Barchetta, where she finds some hits and some misses. On the crudo: "a haze of indistinct citrus flavors, pooled in oil, punctuated with too much salt, and occasionally verging on chewy." She approved of the rhubarb crostata, though: "tasting like toasted caramel and flaking in a way that suggests a pleasing intimacy with butter." [New Yorker]


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