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Grange Hall

Grange Hall is part-restaurant and part-home goods store - though you’re more likely to find wine glasses that could bankrupt you than you are to find any BOGO offers. The restaurant is similarly upscale, and while it’s not cheap, it’s more accessible than the store. Plus, you don’t have to worry about the “you break it you buy it” policy. They’re only open during the day, so head here for a long lunch. The chicken soup and cheese board are great ways to start, but the Snob Sandwich is what you should focus on. It has caviar and smoked salmon, and you’ll see it in front of most of the people around you.

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