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  Night Out New American Soho Moderate Good

e mound of dehydrated bacon chips, making this a complete breakfast-as-dessert. Just add orange juice and the Week in Review.

Meanwhile, Steven was loving the heat of the mustard ice cream, which I have to say, is no joke. There’s an undeniable bite of mustard powder in there, and it’s a wicked fine foil for the sweetness of the banana. This is a dish that speaks directly to the vision of this chef, who years ago took a trip to the other side of the kitchen to fill his pastry larder.

I applaud Mason for his vision and creativity, but more than that, for making sure that what he’s peddling is not just some sort of cerebral affair of the mind or an act of culinary masturbation that does not really please anyone else. The dishes are considered and thoughtful, not to mention wildly enjoyable to eat, and exquisite in the manner of modern art. I like to think that Palladin is looking down on Mason at this moment, smiling his big smile, and giving him a wink and a nod.

Tailor is located at 525 Broome Street, between Thompson and Sullivan, 212.334.5182.

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