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Nicolino’s cooks food to order, serves it up in style

Nicolino's in Amsterdam offers diners a long mauve and avocado room with more than a dozen tables covered in white tablecloths accented with angled black cloths, sparkling tableware and mauve napkins. (Beverly Elander photo)
Nicolino's in Amsterdam offers diners a long mauve and avocado room with more than a dozen tables covered in white tablecloths accented with angled black cloths, sparkling tableware and mauve napkins. (Beverly Elander photo)
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Trendy restaurants survive, often flourish, because everyone wants to be the first to try them, despite their often pricey menus. It’s a status thing and the place you go once a year to celebrate a birthday or anniversary. Chains survive because they’re predictable — both in price and in food quality, which is usually about a C+. They’re adequate. Fine if you’re dining alone on a business trip. Or in a hurry. Or with kids. ...

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