The bold and the beautiful are now flocking to Manhattan's Meatpacking District to eat at the city's most avant-garde restaurants. The newest arrival is 5 Ninth, housed in a three-story brownstone that plays it so cool you'll find no sign for the restaurant, but rather a faded number 5 on a weathered door. A place this hip needs a worthy chef, and it has one in a 30-year-old named Zak Pelaccio. He made a name for himself at the now-extinct Chickenbone Cafè in Brooklyn. ...

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