How To Stuff Your Face in Bishop Arts

How To Stuff Your Face in Bishop Arts

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City of Ate thinks you should get out of your neighborhood rut this summer, even if only for one weekend evening. This is the first in a series of neighborhood guides.

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    Find yourself a seat on the patio of Ten Bells Tavern and enjoy a cold beer to cap off your evening. You've earned it with all this walking, and the crowd here is always good for mingling.
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    Emporium Pies deals in creative takes on classic recipes, using quality ingredients for pie that will knock you on your ass. There is no shame in splitting a slice with someone you trust.
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    Lockhart Smokehouse turns out consistently good barbecue with some interesting sides, along with ice-cold beer. The shoulder clod is not to be missed. Wherever you have dinner: Do.Not.Order.Dessert.
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    If you don't have a reservation (tables are booked more than a month in advance), know there are four barstools at the back of the restaurant that are first come, first served. It doesn't hurt to duck you head in the door and check.
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    Order a nice glass of Sancerre or a cold, crisp beer and order some bivalves of your choosing while sitting at the two-sided bar at the front of the restaurant. If oysters aren't your thing, there's a solid charcuterie board available for grazing.
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    There's beer on tap (a short list of local brews) and some great Spanish wines if you want to get started immediately, but the best thing about this coffee shop and book store is it's ability to slow things down.
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