The Golden Age of Television has returned to New York City, in restaurant form. Television City, which opened in May, has a prime showbiz location (right across the street from Radio City Music Hall) and cuisine more flavorful than what's doled out at Manhattan's other brand-name cafes. The dishes are served up by head chef David Liederman (of David's Cookies fame), who co-owns the restaurant with his brother Bill, the proprietor of New York's first themed watering hole, Mickey Mantle's ...

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