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 Post subject: DOMINIQUE'S on Magazine (Uptown) NYR
New postPosted: February 22nd, 2013, 8:42 am 
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In two weeks, Dominique McKay is scheduled to open his long awaited, newest creation. For those familiar with chef, his Mauritius roots and French training wil be embellished by the five Argetinian kitchen staffers just recently arrived. For those who were lucky enough to sample Chef's "Tastes of Aregentina" in the August before he closed his former uptown location (2010), you'll know expectations will be redeemed.

The new location has been renovated beautifully - a standard for Dominique - contemporary, sleek and upscale. The opening mini-foyer/reception is open to the dining room with white marble tile floors that change to beautiful whiewashed/bleached wood floors. The long, right wall of slivered, undulating circular mirrors are complimented by a couple of contemporary wagon wheel-like chandeliers. The 70+seats dining room has a duplicate on second floor (targeted for private events) and its rear wall of glass looks upon a white walled dining courtyard of 30 that is highlighted by the oversized wooden frames, outpouring three dimensional grasses under a open sky.

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Chef's last name is Macquet

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