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Alma: The Downtown Restaurant, in Pictures 

Anne Fishbein
View through the window at Alma.
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Alma is the fantasy-come-to-life of Ari Taymor, a 27-year-old chef from San Francisco, and Ashleigh Parsons, one of those service professionals who also just happens to have a master’s degree from Harvard. The two are co-owners, and it’s their presence that dominates Alma — Taymor’s cerebral, nature-driven food on the menu, Parsons’ sunny, thoughtful demeanor on the floor. See Also:
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Published on March 6, 2013

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