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Quito's Restaurant & Bar

Nov/Dec 2015


Quito’s Restaurant & Bar
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Quito’s makes its stuffies with an even smokier taste. They’re about the same size as Champlin’s; the texture’s a bit heavier, but they’re still quite good. 411 Thames St., Bristol. 401-253-4500,

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