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Harold’s Meat + Three

Harold Moore gives a southern style of eating a Manhattan spin.
Lamb chops and rice casserole, corn, and tomatoes.

THE FORMER Commerce chef describes why his restaurant at the new Arlo Hotel in Hudson Square might be just what picky New Yorkers (and jet-lagged travelers) have been waiting for.

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