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No, not that Le Pavillon. This is Boulud's new seafood restaurant set to open next year.

I feel compelled to say that, as an editor, I would have edited this sentence:

 

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The original Le Pavillon opened in 1941, in the World War II, and similarly Boulud’s is a nod to the current situation, he tells the Times, with the restaurant doing white-tablecloth service for dinner, but not for lunch and breakfast. 

 

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5 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

I feel compelled to say that, as an editor, I would have edited this sentence

I'm not sure they actually have editors there anymore. There's people they call editors but what they do doesn't appear to be editing. And it's gotten worse over the last year or so.

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2 hours ago, Seth Gordon said:

I'm not sure they actually have editors there anymore. There's people they call editors but what they do doesn't appear to be editing. And it's gotten worse over the last year or so.

What do they need editors for when they no longer have writers?

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