Colors opened earlier this month at 417 Lafayette St. in New York City's Greenwich Village. It's a white tablecloth place whose menu features American cuisine, with rotating specials drawn from each of the 20 countries represented in its 50-person cooperative ownership. Executive chef Raymond Mohan's opening week starter options included lambi salad, a Haitian-stewed conch topped with arugula, radish, lime leaves and crispy fried conch fritters ($11); and Philippine lumpia stuffed with ...

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