A man for all seasons: Colorful Kovi gave NY restaurant scene its flavor

Brady, James
May 1998
Crain's New York Business;05/11/98, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p9
Opinion. Pays tribute to Paul Kovi, former partner of the Four Seasons restaurant in Manhattan, New York, who died at age 74 in 1998. Academic background of Kovi; Career information on Kovi; How others perceived Kobi.


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