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Behind the Scenes Video: Making the October issue


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We asked videographers Jenny and Scott Hoops of Quixotic Pictures to tag along with us as we shot at Ironside Fish & Oyster in Little Italy. Photographer Sam Wells let us capture him in action shooting delectable (and artful) seafood dishes by Chef Jason McLeod and cocktails crafted by Leigh Lecap. The photos are part of Troy Johnson's dining review of the new Little Italy restaurant featured in the October edition on newsstands now. Watch the video to see how the feature came together and read Troy's full review here.

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