Eighteen Doesn't Stray From the Path of Success

The first few years, food at restaurant Eighteen seemed almost an afterthought as the place relied more on the martini crowd ready to drop $50 for drinks.

Pierre Jury
Published: Wednesday, 11/26/2008 12:00 am EST

The first few years, food at restaurant Eighteen seemed almost an afterthought as the place relied more on the martini crowd ready to drop $50 for drinks. They had talented chefs, but it was only when Matthew Carmichael came in, in 2007, that things started to change.

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