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“ Although Turkey Day is traditionally shared with family, this doesn’t necessarily mean staying home in New York City, as the holiday is one of the biggest days for many restaurants.
“In New York, there’s a lot of people from out of town coming in,” says chef Bill Telepan. “So you have people who want to be part of the holiday, and a lot of the apartments are smaller and can’t handle a big crowd.”
At Telepan, his Upper West Side eatery, Bill Telepan is offering a gourmet alternative to a home-cooked meal, serving a $95 prix fixe that hits all the right … Full Story