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107 W 9th St · interesting places nearby
We love it all: the hand-picked china, the vintage pyrex pots of black beans and rice, and the Brazilian owner-operator who still chefs it up in the back. Her pork ribs fall off the bone in a bath of grits and gravy. Her take on steak frites, subs wedges of fried yucca for fries and her pot pie put this place on the map.