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Burger Bar & Bistro

Burger Bar & Bistro
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The chefs grind their organic beef in house, and their basic burger on a big, soft bun is one very good reason to visit. But they don’t stop there: Their decadent Kobe burger, for example, may come with a high price tag, but the deep, rich flavor is so worth it. And the ground-beef soul of the “Ultimate” may get lost under a heavy veil of gorgonzola, pancetta, and sweet onions–but it tastes so good. 58 North Main St., South Norwalk. 203-853-2037;

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