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Review: Blue Door Kitchen a more worldly dining room but missing wow factor

The transition of Art Smith's Table Fifty-Two to Blue Door Kitchen & Garden has proved to be more dramatic than expected. The tidy little Gold Coast restaurant, which lasted nearly 10 years, is now less formal, less Southern and, truly, less Art Smith-y. The changes begin in the dining room. The...
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