The massive temple to Southeast Asia opened a decade ago in one of Manhattan’s seediest neighborhoods.
Building a success
(Continued from page 1) RH: Has the Spice Market changed through the years? Suarez: From the day we opened to last week, I still feel like I’m in the same place. It’s been maintained perfectly and with great passion. The menu has been tweaked some, but nothing out of the ordinary. Jacques’ design, with 500- and 700-year-old artifacts, is timeless. You walk in and you’re still in a world of magic carpets. RH: What has made it such a success? Suarez: I ...
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