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Ikinari Steak

90 E. 10th St., nr. Fourth Ave.; 917-388-3546

YOU CAN’T OPEN a Japanese chain restaurant in New York these days without a good gimmick. There’s Ichiran, the East Williamsburg ramen shop that sends you off alone to contemplate life and soup in a human feeding pen called a “flavor concentration booth.” And

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