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Runner & Stone


285 3rd Ave, Brooklyn
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Runner & Stone is a casual spot that’s half restaurant, half bakery, and it’s worth making a visit just to try their excellent bread. The cozy space is filled with little tables, exposed brick, and the constant smell of something being taken out of the oven. We’re obsessed with the sandwiches here—the menu changes often, but there’s usually something with fish, whether it's an Italian-style tuna melt or something a little more exciting, like mackerel and bluefish. This is a great pick for a nice lunch or an early dinner, but note that they close at 6 PM.

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