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Lucky Penny

One person you’re with is gluten-free except when they’ve been drinking, another hates shellfish, and the lone vegan in the group has taken to eating a bar they brought from home under the table at most dinners. Bring everyone to Lucky Penny and then bask in the gratitude that will inevitably come pouring in. The space is bright, with blue chairs and lots of colorful artwork and plants and the menu covers a lot of ground, with all-day breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and a whole separate vegan menu, among other things. They’re open 24 hours every day, and everything is under $25, including steak frites and a waffle grilled cheese that you won’t have to share with most of the people we listed above.

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