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Counter: A little pot wine with your pizza?

How it got to be October is anybody’s guess, and the fact that it’s often hotter in this town now than at the height of summer just means, I guess, that all those air-conditioned restaurants are that much more pleasant. More reasons to read about where to eat out! This week, Jonathan Gold heads...
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