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Pete’s Café & Bar
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408 S Main St · interesting places nearby
Baco Mercat information
At lunch it's an upscale torta (Mexican sandwich) joint (think beef tongue schnitzel or lamb meatballs), but at dinner it's a Mexican-Asian fusion dynamo. Seafood dishes include squid stuffed with shrimp and pine nuts, and a popular yellowtail collar. They also do intriguing veggie dishes, including a crispy eggplant and baby yellow beet salad.