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78 Pearl Street, Port Chester 937-5562

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar

42 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 253-5358

Belle Fair Country Market 20 BelleFair Boulevard Rye Brook 939-2370

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar 44 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 690-9453

Chop’t Creative Salad Company 116 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 908-4184

Cousin Frankie’s USA Grill 112 Willett Avenue Port Chester 305-4878

Fairways Restaurant

1323 King Street Greenwich, CT 203-531-1138 Specialties include: Variety of omelets or build your own, breakfast sandwiches, variety of wraps, bagels, muffins, home fries, yogurt, fresh berries; homemade soups, fried calamari, nachos, salads, variety of lunch sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, chili dogs, panini, quesadillas, wedges; baked clams, stuffed portobello mushrooms; homemade lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, cavatelli Bolognese, chicken Scarpariello, chicken spinach Alfredo, veal Marsala, veal Saltimbocca, pan seared salmon, mussels & shrimp fra diavolo, filet mignon, pork chops, prime rib au jus. Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Closed Monday nights. Tuesday nights karaoke 7-10 p.m. Walk-ins welcome. Most major credit cards. Free on-premises parking.

J T Straw’s Bar & Grill

435 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9695

Panera Bread

10 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-0079

Port Chester Coach Diner

317 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-0008

Q Authentic Barbecue Restaurant 112 North Main Street Port Chester 933-7427

Rye Ridge Deli


The Kneaded Bread 181 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9489

The Pub

Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Road Rye Brook 939-6630



1 Rye Ridge Plaza Rye Brook 481-4651

Euro Asian Bistro 30 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-3680


Elevation Burger 176 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 305-6700

Westchester Burger Co.

275 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 305-6095 Serving 20 different burgers including Original WBC angus beef burger, Tex-Mex burger, Kobe burger, Pretzel burger, Mom’s Italian Turkey burger, Greenhouse veggie patty, Soprano chicken burger, Ba Da Bing Italian sausage burger, a lamb burger, tuna burger and bison burger. Six varieties of milkshakes, appetizers, salads and entrées. Open 7 days from 11:30 a.m., closing at 10 p.m. SundayWednesday, at 11 p.m. Thursday and at midnight Friday and Saturday. Free parking in the shopping center lot.


Café Brazil USA 37-39 North Main Street Port Chester 939-1139

Churrascaria Copacabana

29-31 North Main Street Port Chester 939-6894

International Café & Brazilian Bakery 103 Adee Street Port Chester 939-1002

Rio Minas Brasil U.S.A. Buffet 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 481-5724

Central American

El Tesoro Restaurant 92 Purdy Avenue Port Chester 935-9440

El Tesoro II

14 South Main Street Port Chester 937-2086


China House

Rye Ridge Shopping Center 126 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2131

170B North Main Street Port Chester 939-7288 or 939-7290

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Great Wall Restaurant

1 Mill Street Port Chester 939-2001

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Ho Sai Gai

544 Willett Avenue Port Chester 937-8337 or 937-8339

King Garden Chinese Restaurant 32 Grace Church Street Port Chester 939-4310

Manchu Garden Chinese & Japanese Cuisine 504 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8688

Number 1 Chinese Restaurant 120 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-8465

Panda Restaurant 213 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-4699

Sichuan Pavilion 480 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8889

Wah Yuan Chinese Restaurant Post Road Plaza 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-7776

Coffee Shops Starbucks Coffee Company

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Pan America Bakery & Café 22 South Main Street Port Chester 939-0005


Aqui Es Santa Fe Café 32 Broad Street Port Chester 305-1060

Asi Es Colombia 172 North Main Street Port Chester 934-7675

Delicias Colombianas 36 Broad Street Port Chester 939-9425

El Rincon Paisa 130 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9364

Los Remolinos Restaurant 123 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7456


Hollywood Chicken International 216 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-8137

Reyna Restaurant 66 Poningo Street Port Chester 939-9251


El Criollito Restaurant


Rinconcito Ecuatoriano Restaurant

The Great Cuisine of Arthur Avenue

138 Irving Avenue Port Chester 934-8010

150 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7343

Fast Food

Burger King

260 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-7877

Dunkin Donuts 330 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-8331

Dunkin Donuts 295 Midland Avenue Port Chester 935-9034

Garden Catering 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 934-7852 or 934-7810


24 North Main Street Port Chester 939-7276

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McDonald’s Restaurant 321 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-3355

Subway Restaurant 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-5045

Subway Restaurant 302 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-0022

Subway Restaurant 19 North Main Street Port Chester 914-481-5255

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Coals is simply a lot of fun A simple formula that works: Grilled pizzas and handcrafted beers



he Coals logo sums up the new Port Chester restaurant’s menu quite simply. “Pizza. Grilled,” it states. The same words appear as decals in the front windows. Add to that their ever-changing selection of craft beers and you’ve described Coals in a nutshell.

Located at 35½ North Main St. in a small space that was previously Patrias and has long been the site of some sort of restaurant, Coals opened the Wednesday before Memorial Day. It took flight just in time to be part of the Tamarack Tower Foundation’s A Taste of Port Chester fundraiser where participants paid $25 and over the course of one early June afternoon were able to sample the offerings at more than 30 local restaurants. “We can attribute a lot of our success to A Taste of Port Chester,” said co-owner Tim Shanley. “We had 300 people who came in. It kept us alive the first month.” Some of those 300 people— including me—liked the pizza samples they tasted on that glorious Saturday afternoon and returned later for dinner. Shanley, 45, whose specialty is the craft beers, can usually be found behind the bar which is the focal point as you enter the restaurant. He teamed up with Bill Etzel, 44, on this new venture. The two hail from the Bronx, Shanley from the bay section, Etzel from City Island. Etzel owns another 8-yearold restaurant by the same name in the Bronx. He was looking to open a second location and Shanley, whose wife Rosanne is a childhood friend of Etzel’s, “jumped at the chance” to part-

ner with him this time around. Eight years ago Etzel had asked him, but he wasn’t yet ready to quit his job driving a truck for Con Edison. However, all through high school and college he had worked at restaurants and, he said, “I truly love it.” As an outgoing people person, he definitely has the personality for the job. When he and Etzel were searching for a spot, a friend in the area suggested Port Chester. With Tarry Lodge, bartaco and a host of other restaurants, it was “a jumping place” and only 15 minutes from home. “We saw this was a nice location for restaurants,” Shanley concluded. “I used to come for shows in the ’80s at The Capitol, and I couldn’t believe how much it had gentrified,” he said. “We are excited about the reopening (of The Capitol). We’re music geeks ourselves.” Shanley’s gregarious personality combined with the fact that he is a home brewer and knowledgeable about beer makes him the perfect person to be behind the bar recommending and pouring craft brews. On the other hand, his partner, Shanley said, “is a pizza geek” who fell in love with the grilled pizza at Al Forno in Providence, R.I. “They use hot coals,” Shanley said. “We use a really hot grill. Ours is a gas grill.” Coals’

Co-owners Tim Shanley and Bill Etzel toast a couple of microbrewed beers to Coals, their new Port Chester restaurant which opened at the end of May. The two stand behind the bar in front of the huge blackboard listing the 10 craft beers currently on tap. burgers, currently offers as a special, are also cooked on the grill. A pizza takes 2-2 ½ minutes to cook on the red hot grill at Coals. According to the food website Slice, Al Forno is the birthplace of grilled pizza. “It was there in 1980 that chef-owners Johanne Killeen and George Germon lit the proverbial fire, inventing grilled pizza by accident in an attempt at reproducing the wood-fired pizzas of Italy that they loved,” Slice states. “Billy is the chef; I’m the beer guy,” said Shanley. “All artisanal brewers we use, all made in the USA.” Etzel likes to use ingredients from farmers markets and comes up with pizza specials and soups based on what’s fresh from the farm. He makes the fresh mozzarella, the soup and the dough every day and also creates the specials.


The super thin, oblong grilled pizzas at Coals are served on oval ceramic plates.

As I said from the start, the menu at Coals is simple: grilled pizza and hand-crafted beer with a few extra offerings thrown in to keep it interesting. “We may add some appetizers, but Billy is a firm believer in a small, simple menu and doing it well,” Shanley said. For now there are nine pizzas, four salads, mixed olives and a soup of the day. What looks like a blackboard on one wall lists the soup du jour, a daily pizza special and perhaps another special or two. One day it was a grilled Coals burger with asiago cheese ($8.50) on a soft roll which was a little well done for the medium

that was ordered but delicious nonetheless. We’ve also ordered an appetizer special: Coals Spicy Grilled Wings ($10). The wings are grilled and covered with a well-balanced, not-too-spicy sauce, creating an interesting smoky-spicy combination unlike any I’ve ever had before. I once sampled the corn chowder, made with sliced, thinskinned potatoes, and couldn’t believe how fabulously freshtasting and mouth-watering it was. However, the main reason you go to Coals is for the super thin oblong pizzas which come right off the hot grill and are placed on decorative oval ceramic plates. They’re cut into irregular-shaped pieces before serving. I’ve tried just about every variety on the menu and have found them all delectable. The flavors are bold, the ingredients fresh, the crust crunchy and the cheese seems to melt in your mouth. The margherita—fresh mozzarella, tomato, pecorino and basil ($11)—as well as the marlon (fresh mozzarella tomato, pecorino, arugula, roasted peppers and spicy oil at $14) are the most popular. The Dean Martin is the only meaty variety because it adds lots of thin slices of pepperoni to the fontinella, fresh mozzarella, tomato and pecorino ($13). My least favorite pizza is the vegan made with hummus, red onion, spicy olive oil and arugula ($13) because it’s missing the yummy cheese and is therefore a little dry. One pizza per person is recommended, but even though they’re thin, it’s a lot to eat. I recommend splitting both a pizza and the house made fresh

mozzarella with grilled red peppers, arugula and sea salt appetizer ($11). The latter brings a good-sized ball of homemade cheese in the middle of a long rectangular plate with a pile of peppers at one end and a mound of arugula in tasty olive oil and vinegar at the other. The cheese, which has a smooth, creamy texture and a subtle milky taste, goes nicely with the peppers and greens slightly coated in oil. The pizza itself is fun just because it’s different, but you’ve got to pair it with a flight of beer if you want to have the ultimate Coals experience. A flight of beer ($8) consists of four 4-ounce clear glasses served on a wooden paddle with slots for the glasses which are painted black so the names of the beers can be written in colored chalk next to each. You can choose from the 10 beers on tap or get two flights to share between two or more people and try almost all of them. Sipping, tasting, sharing and comparing is what it’s all about. My favorite beer up to this point has been the Wachusett blueberry ale from West Minister, Mass. into which some dehydrated blueberries are tossed just for effect. It tastes smooth, light, only slightly sweet and is just plain fun. If you stick with one pizza and a salad for two, you might have room for one of the dessert pizzas—either Nutella or Nutella and mascarpone cheese (both $7). These are the same thin grilled pizzas topped with the chocolate and hazelnut spread or the spread and cheese (I tried the latter), then folded over and sprinkled with powdered sugar and cut into pieces. They’re messy and rich, but crunchy and Please turn to page 7

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Tandoori Taste of India 163 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2727 or 935-9680

International Brisa Marina Restaurant

40 Grace Church Street Port Chester 934-9090

Café Mirage

531 North Main Street Port Chester 937-3497

Sonora Nuevo Latino Cuisine 179 Rectory Street Port Chester 933-0200

Irish/ American

Italian/ Mediterranean Il Sogno Ristorante 316 Boston Post Road Port Chester 914-937-7200

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Antonio’s Pizza and Restaurant Pathmark Shopping Center 130 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-5137



25 South Regent Street Port Chester 939-2727

Marianacci’s Restaurant 24 Sherman Street Port Chester 939-3450

Nessa Ristorante 325 North Main Street Port Chester 939-0119

Pasquale II Ristorante

2 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 934-7770 The great cuisine of Arthur Avenue comes to Port Chester. Specialties: Stuffed Artichoke, Linguine Pescatore (with chopped clams and shrimp in white or red sauce, Costata di Vitello (veal chops), Chicken Balsamic, Zuppa di Pesce (lobster, shrimp, calamari, clams and mussels in red sauce over linguine), Fusilli Primavera (zucchini, peas, mushrooms, broccoli in light red sauce, Veal Scaloppine. Homemade Cheese Cake and Tira Mi Su. Closed Monday. Hours: Tues.Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Sat. 3 p.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 1-9 p.m. Most major credit cards. Free on-premises parking.

T&J Villaggio Trattoria

223-225 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-6665

Tarry Market Café

179 North Main Street, Port Chester 253-5680

Tarry Lodge

18 Mill Street, Port Chester 939-3111

35½ North Main Street Port Chester 305-3220

Domino’s Pizza 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 967-5070

Arcuri’s Pizza & Salad

46 North Main Street Port Chester 937-5120 Specialties include: Breakfast burritos; jalapeno poppers, zucchini stix, Buffalo wings; Greek, Manhattan, California salads; pizza burger, veggie burger; reuben, health nut, taco burger wraps; steak fajita, eggplant parmesan; hot wraps, cold wraps, sandwiches & heros, hot sandwich-

Davy Byrnes Irish Pub & Restaurant

538 Willett Avenue Port Chester 937-2106 Full Irish menu includes Gaelic Mixed Grill, Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef and Cabbage. Also Irish Beef Stew, Corned Beef Sandwiches, Fish & Chips, Irish Soda Bread, salads, pastas, seafood, steak, Chicken Pot Pie, turkey, burgers, soup, chili, Sherry Trifle, New York Style Cheesecake, Guinness Dark Irish Beer, Hart Irish Beer. Lunch: Sun.-Sat. 11:30-5, Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Credit cards: VISA, MC, AX. Some off-street parking.

es & heros; veggie supreme, BBQ chicken, mushroom pizzas; chicken Caesar salad, Italian stallion, clams casino specialty pizzas; calzones, strombolis and rolls; pasta and baked dinners; chicken marsala, chicken scarpariello; clam strips, scallops, shrimp (Fisherman’s Platter). Open 7 days: Sun.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

Ferraro’s Pizza & Pasta 199 South Regent Street Port Chester 934-2900

Frank’s Restaurant and Pizzeria 23 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 939-8299

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Frankie & Louie’s Restaurant

414 Willett Avenue Port Chester 939-0202 Specialties include: Mozzarella sticks, fried calamari, zucchini sticks, grilled chicken salad, Caesar salad, antipasto, pasta fagioli, tortellini soup, eggplant parmigiana wedge, veal & pepper wedge, Penne a la Vodka, homemade manicotti, Chicken Marsala, Veal Cutlet Milanese, scungilli marinara or fra diavolo, shrimp marinara; meatball, mushroom and Luigi’s Special pizzas; stuffed pizza; focaccia, baked ziti, lasagna, salad and broccoli gourmet pizzas; sausage & pepper and chicken roll calzones; fresh baked cakes and pastry. Weekly specials. Mon. & Tues.: Large pizza plus 50 chicken wings. Wed.: Family Style Night. Thurs.: Ravioli Night. Sun.: Pasta Madness. Hours: 11 a.m.11 p.m. 7 days a week. Catering available. Free delivery lunch & dinner. Credit cards: AX, VISA, MC. Ample free parking in lot.

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John’s of Arthur Avenue 508 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 481-8888 or 481-8889

Michael’s Famous Pan Pizza 125 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-2241

Pizza Pasta & Things Kohl’s Shopping Center 529 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-8000

Racanelli’s Pizzeria Restaurant Rye Ridge Shopping Center 136 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2511

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Edo Japanese Steak House 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-3333

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Vinny’s Luncheonette 182 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9591

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El Tio Restaurant 143 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-1494


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220 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 933-0155

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604 North Main Street Port Chester 939-0022


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Los Gemelos Restaurant & Tortilleria

167 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-0372

Luis’ Place

135 South Main Street Port Chester 939-3132

Mary Ann’s Mexican Restaurant 23½ North Main Street Port Chester 939-8700

Rancho Grande 8 Poningo Street Port Chester 934-2675

Northern Italian Alba’s Ristorante 400 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2236

Per Voi II

23 North Main Street Port Chester 937-3200

Piero’s Italian Restaurant

44 South Regent Street Port Chester 937-2904

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Coals is simply a lot of fun yummy. I don’t recommend eating more than one or two pieces at a time if you don’t want to end up with a stomach ache. On one recent visit, my husband and I shared the fresh mozzarella appetizer, a special pizza ($16), a flight of beer and a dessert pizza and our bill came to $44.51. Service is casual, generally friendly and not at all intrusive.


Shanley loves talking beer and has some great stories. “I don’t have any Bud,” he admitted. “We are really into handcrafted stuff.” He can tell you what kind of beer pairs with what food and which of the microbrewed beers on tap you just might like. “If you like Coors Light, you will like Lagunita from Petaluna, Calif., he said. “If you like Blue Moon, you will like Allagash Belgian white ale from Portland, Me. You can taste the difference. They are made with fresh ingredients. You keep it 90 days and then get rid of it. Fortunately we have been going through enough so we don’t have to.” Captain Lawrence is the only local beer on tap. “We rotate them all,” Shanley said. “I just tell people it will be back. There are 1,700 breweries and they all make 15-25 types, so there are many styles of beer out there. Now is the greatest time to drink beer.” At this point in time all the summer beers are coming to an end, but now Coals will have Oktoberfest beer—pumpkin beers served with brown sugar and cinnamon on the rim of the glass. Besides the 10 microbrews on tap, which are all listed in colored chalk on a huge blackboard behind the bar, Coals offers cans and bottles of mostly craft beers (you can get a 16-ounce PBR, for instance, which isn’t), Rosie’s sangria ($8) offered as a special and a small selection of wines by the glass and bottle. Shanley particularly recommends the Saison Dupont beer from Belgium which comes in a 750 ml. bottle for $14. He said it has flavors of coriander and anise and is “a very complex beer.” It is made at a family brewery whose owners buried their cop-

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per brewing kettles before World War II so the metal wouldn’t be used for the war effort, dug them up afterwards and the family is still using them. I shared a Lindemans Framboise from Belgium ($9), which comes in a 12-ounce green bottle like champagne, and found it does indeed have the distinctive but not overly sweet taste of raspberry. It’s a winner in my book.


Coals seats a total of 45 including eight in tall wooden chairs at the wood-topped bar. And people do eat as well as drink at the bar. Just like the menu, the décor here is simple. Walls are painted deep red on one side of the restaurant, beige on the other, and there’s a large mirror on one wall to make the space look bigger. A deer head hangs on wainscoting at the back of the restaurant and paintings I didn’t scrutinize hang on the walls. Large polished gray slate tiles cover the floor while the high off-white ceiling is tin in the back, lower and sheetrock in the front. The restaurant is dimly lit by an eclectic mix of hanging fixtures including fancy covered light bulbs at the bar and a large globed gaslight replica at the center of the room. Strings of small white lights decorate the front windows. Tables are square wood veneer with matching wood chairs and are set with paper placemats printed with the names and faces of all the U.S. Presidents, white paper napkins and large bottles of Pellegrino water.


Coals is open Tuesday through Friday from 5-10 p.m., Saturday from 12 noon10 p.m. and Sunday from 1-9 p.m. “We’re still tweaking the hours,” Shanley said. They’re thinking of opening Fridays for lunch, for instance. In addition, starting Sept. 14 they plan to stay open later and add live acoustic guitar music on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 p.m. to 12 midnight as they just received the cabaret license they had applied for to do so. “There is a demand for it,”

A flight of handcrafted beer at Coals. Shanley said. “As we’re locking up, people want to come in.” They expect to appeal to the 30- to 45-year-old age group and will probably have a bar menu during those hours that may or may not include pizza. Parking for Coals is on the street or in the marina parking lot on Abendroth Avenue—or even in the Waterfront at Port Chester parking garage if downtown Port Chester is really hopping and the weekend parking is too much in demand as it some-

times can be. Coals doesn’t deliver, but you can order takeout and pick it up. However, I don’t recommend it. “No pizza transfers well,” Shanley said. “Billy wants you to eat it within 30 seconds of it coming off the grill.”


Both partners have been thrilled with the reception they’ve received in Port Chester. “We were really welcomed

with open arms,” Shanley said. “People really seem to love it.” He said it was a rollercoaster ride for him because he has three young kids and although he was excited about going into his own business, he was nervous about how it would go. “The response is what makes it worth it.” “It’s been terrific,” said Etzel, “so many people coming back over and over.” He added that people in town are warm and friendly and the mayor is a regular customer.

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El Chalan Restaurant 45 Midland Avenue Port Chester 934-2244

El Parral Restaurant 2 South Main Street Port Chester 939-0409

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Misti Café Takeout

100 North Main Street Port Chester 939-2204 Specialties include: Sliced hotdogs and French fries; potato stuffed with beef, onions, egg and olives; chicken and rice soup (Peruvian style); fish soup; salads; shrimp cooked in onions and tomatoes with rice; Peruvian style shrimp fried rice; fried calamari; rotisserie chicken with salad and French fries; Peruvian style beef/ chicken with spaghetti; Peruvian style fried steak with onions and rice; chanfainita (Sat. & Sun.); purple corn soft drink. Open Wed.-Mon. 9 a.m.10 p.m., closed Tuesday. Catering available. Street parking. VISA, MC accepted.

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