Paul Gregory Puts the Salsa in Times Square's Latin Hotspot A few years ago Manhattan-based architect David Rockwell was working on a theatrical dining environment for magician David Copperfield. But, like magic, before the large space at 49th and Broadway (just steps from Times Square) was completed, it vanished. Enter restaurateur David Emil, owner of Windows on the World, a New York dining institution that perished with the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center on 9/11. Emil asked ...

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