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Our sister site Eater NY has a spectacular round-up of "Hot Looks from Hot Cooks"—that would be the sartorial stylings of some of New York's biggest kitchen names. Our favorite category? The Last Waltz: "Many of the city’s coolest cooks have been taking stylistic nods from legendary folk-rock quintet The Band. Some choose the closely tailored three-piece suits of multi-instrumentalist Richard Manuel, others pick the trucker hat and five-day stubble of drummer/vocalist Levon Helm, and more than a few rock the mountain man beard and long, flowing mane of organ virtuoso Garth Hudson." [Eater NY]