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Move Over, Michelin

Life isn't all work and no play for Dick Page, the recently appointed artistic director for Shiseido The Makeup and one of the most in-demand makeup artists...

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Beauty Inc issue 11/09/2007

Life isn’t all work and no play for Dick Page, the recently appointed artistic director for Shiseido The Makeup and one of the most in-demand makeup artists working today (this season he did Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Issey Miyake, among others). Page also happens to be a serious gourmand. Crazy show schedules don’t keep him from indulging in his favorite pastime. Here, the British native opens his address book to reveal his go-to places for wining, dining and taking time out in his adopted home of New York.

Butcher:
Ottomanelli’s & Sons Prime Meat Market, 285 BleeckerStreet, 212.675.4217

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Fish Monger:
The Lobster Place in Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Avenue, 212.255.5672

Cheese:
Murray’s, 254 Bleecker Street, 212.243.3289

Wine:
Winesby.com, 23 Jones Street, 212.242.5144

Japanese groceries:
Sunrise Mart, 494 Broome Street, 212.219.0033

Asian tea:
TEN REN TEA CO., 75 Mott Street, 212.349.2286

British groceries:
Myers of Keswick,
634 Hudson Street, 212.691.4194

Cantonese restaurant:
Tai Hong Lau, 70 Mott Street, 212.219.1431

Malaysian restaurant:
Jaya, 90 Baxter Street, 212.219.3331; FATTY CRAB, 643 Hudson Street, 212.352.3590

Korean restaurant:
HanGawi, 12 East 32nd Street, 212.213.0077

Soup dumplings:
Joe’s Shanghai, 9 Pell Street, 212.233.8888

Vietnamese sandwiches:
Viet-Nam Banh Mi So, 369 Broome Street, 212.219.8341