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Paolo Fontanot Bakery & Cafe

Bakery/CafeItalian

Edgewater

$$$$Perfect For:Getting Work DoneDining SoloLunchQuiet MealsCoffee & A Light Bite

Paolo Fontanot is an Italian bakery and cafe inside a residential building in Edgewater. It works great for a quiet lunch or getting some work done. They’ve got all the stuff you could want to nibble on while toiling away at a spreadsheet: solid paninis, salads, croissants, cookies, and stuffed focaccia. The layout is great for solo diners too. Downstairs, there’s seating close to power outlets. Upstairs, there are small tables with enough room to install your own pop-up office or read a book over espresso and a cannoli. 

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