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8Arm

If you’re looking for an all-day (and night) patio, check out 8Arm around the corner from Ponce City Market. This bar and restaurant spends the first half of the day as a coffee shop and brunch spot, where you can order things like breakfast sandwiches and smoothie bowls, before switching to a dinner menu at 6pm. The best time to come here, however, is for the late-night l8arm menu, which includes everything from a $70 porterhouse to blueberry cobbler and is available nightly until at least 12:30am. Stop by for a few drinks on the patio, and if hunger strikes, this is the best place in the area for a second dinner.

Amy Sinclair

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