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This venerable New York City mainstay of haute cuisine reincarnated itself in 2006 when it moved from its old digs at The New York Palace Hotel to the Bloomberg Tower in Midtown. The move proved to be a good one — the old mainstay has settled nicely into its current space. Le Cirque’s impresario-owner, Sirio Maccioni, presides over his baby each night, looking over a more subdued dining room from the outlandish previous space — there’s no longer a baroque-carnival feel, but more of an Upper East Side party atmosphere, albeit encased in a gold tent. The futuristic glass and steel space is more suited to Midtown’s business crowd and the sometimes-cold Le Cirque service.

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