TWO's Top Three: Chef/owner David Gingrass (l.), maître d' Rebecca Gingrass (c.), chef Bridget Batson. Next Generation: Dining at David Gingrass's Hawthorne Lane provided a sense of occasion. Guests find his less-formal makeover of that restaurant, TWO, to be more casual, and more affordable—hence a more repeatable occasion. If you've ever wondered just how competitive a great restaurant town can be, consider the forces that convinced David Gingrass to re-concept his ...

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