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NEW YORK — Restaurateur Adam Newton, 33, is, above all things, a hands-on kind of owner. When Cafeteria, the minimalist Chelsea diner in which he’s a partner, opened in 1998, he spent the first 72 hours there, and, he adds, most of the...

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Newton envisions Carriage House as a neighborhood place, one that seamlessly fits into the community’s fabric and becomes an instant standby — just like Cafeteria. "I know regulars who eat there two and three times a week," he says. "It’s survived because it’s reasonably priced and it’s good food."

With that, he peers out of the loft’s window that overlooks the dining room and cocks an ear. "It’s gotten too quiet down there," he says. "Better go check on them."
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