Sandwich Solace 

Sam-Witches and Such isn't perfect, but it's a solid place to grab some comfort food and hang out

Many of my favorite regular restaurants are neighborhood hangouts—comfy little cafes where you can get a cold drink and consistently good food and service. I'm not looking for five-star dining, just a comfortable place to hang out and have some tasty grub…

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