Unless you’ve been in Botswana for the last month, you probably know that Saturday night was the final dinner ever at Le Bec-Fin, the famed French restaurant that Georges Perrier brought to Philadelphia 42 years ago. I snagged a 9:30 p.m. table for two, right in between a New York Times reporter and some of Perrier’s family, in case you weren’t able to make it. [Foobooz]
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