Some time ago, Dave was recognized by the New Yorker, one of America’s most prestigious magazines. The magazine devoted 6 pages to him, signed Michael Specter, one of the stars of the magazine. The article began like this: “One evening not long ago, I wandered down the Rue de Richelieu on my way to a Chinese restaurant called Dave, which is recommended by people in the fashion business. Like many popular restaurants in Paris, reservations are hard to get at Dave. So I wasn’t surprised to find a Complet sign hanging over the lacquered red door. Inside, though, the place was practically empty… I asked for Allen Ginsberg’s table, Dave gave it to me.”
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