El Ay Si
Gantry Plaza State Park
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Creek and the Cave
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A surprising source of flawless French pastry, this cafe sits on a slick block in new-build LIC – but one bite of a flaky croissant or a...
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Good-lovin' comfort grub, camaraderie and Gen-X anthems lurk behind the velvet drapes at this feel-good, bar-style nosh spot. Squeeze in at the bar or score yourself a booth for lip-licking numbers like jalapeňo sweet corn fritters or tender, slow-cooked pork belly with caramelized apples. Get in early or prepare to wait.