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Asian-Fusion Fantasia

Good food can be found at the Lobster Club, once you tune out the midtown party crowd.
The Lobster Club


The Lobster Club

98 E. 53rd St., nr. Park Ave.


LIKE THE LAST VOLUME of a madcap fantasy series, or a trio of glitzy, newly revived operas, the Lobster Club, which opened a few months ago in midtown, represents the third and final installment of what future restaurant historians may well call “the Seagram Saga.” As anyone who’s followed the Major Food Group’s rapid-fire launching of the Grill (last spring) and the Pool (last summer) in the former Four Seasons space in the Seagram Building knows, the saga has been filled with endless drama (the

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