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Lunch Wire

Unanonymous New York magazine critic Adam Platt makes a very bold call: we are living in a "Golden Age of Lunch." Quote: "[D]o what your long-suffering critic does when the culinary grind gets to be too much. Pick up the telephone (preferably an ancient push-button landline), and make a reservation for lunch." Platt has previously said that we live in the "Dark Age" of desserts. Is dessert served at lunch? He does not say. [NYM]