A growing number of fine-dining chefs and restaurateurs are reinventing the fast food industry. The owners of Eleven Madison Park, a three-Michelin-star restaurant in New York City, are planning to open their version of a fast-casual restaurant in 2016. Image: Robert Libetti/The Wall Street Journal

A growing number of fine-dining chefs and restaurateurs are reinventing the fast food industry. The owners of Eleven Madison Park, a three-Michelin-star restaurant in New York City, are planning to open their version of a fast-casual restaurant in 2016. Image: Robert Libetti/The Wall Street Journal

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Pho Vietnam 87: A Cut Above Chinatown's Vietnamese Restaurants by Robert Sietsema, Sep 23 2014, 11:05am 3 stars - 87 Chrystie St New York, NY, (212) 775-0999

Pho Vietnam 87: A Cut Above Chinatown's Vietnamese Restaurants by Robert Sietsema, Sep 23 2014, 11:05am 3 stars - 87 Chrystie St New York, NY, (212) 775-0999

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Kajitsu; New York City ~ Chefs prepare vegan Japanese food in the shojin style, which was developed in Zen Buddhist monasteries. #MyVeganJournal

Kajitsu; New York City ~ Chefs prepare vegan Japanese food in the shojin style, which was developed in Zen Buddhist monasteries. #MyVeganJournal

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Natayla Pitt’s-Thomas and Lillie Copper-Love enjoy a meal at the Delta Bistropub in Greenwood. The restaurant offers small plates and upscale cocktails. (Photo: Robert Rausch for The New York Times)

Natayla Pitt’s-Thomas and Lillie Copper-Love enjoy a meal at the Delta Bistropub in Greenwood. The restaurant offers small plates and upscale cocktails. (Photo: Robert Rausch for The New York Times)

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