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Lost Legacy

At Legacy Records, the only things that feel new are the remote location and impersonal setting.
Legacy Records


Legacy Records

517 W. 38th St., nr. Tenth Ave.

No phone

WHO KNOWS WHY certain new projects whip members of the dining community into frenzies of ecstatic anticipation while others do not? In the case of Robert Bohr, Grant Reynolds, and Ryan Hardy’s endlessly chattered-about new venture, Legacy Records, it’s certainly not the location, which, in case you haven’t made the long and wearying trek, sits on the far-western end of 38th Street, on the fringes of that Oz-like land of mostly unbuilt skyscrapers called Hudson Yards. It’s not the one-page, Italian-accented menu,

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