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Your friend surprised you by taking you bungee jumping at the Zero Gravity Thrill Park and now you need somewhere nearby you can sit for a while to let your heart stop racing. Go to Suze. With white tablecloths and a sleek bar, the interior can be a bit formal, but head outside to the patio and order a few of the affordable appetizers and salads - like a bowl of mussels or the pizza-like lovash.

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