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On a sunny day, the sidewalk tables at the Press Club fill up quickly.

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Feel free to peruse a periodical while waiting for your crêpe and cabernet.

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The crêpes, cozy confines, and vast wine selection should captivate francophiles and oenophiles alike.

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The Carson McCullers manages to be both light and satisfying.

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A craving for something sweet can cured by the William S. Burroughs. Other crêpes are named for Jack London and James Baldwin, among others.

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It’s not quite the Carnegie Deli, but this robust sandwich named for homegrown writer Ken Kesey is worth further investigation.

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We can think of several less stimulating methods of whiling away an afternoon than with a cocktail and something to read at the Press Club.

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