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Yes, it’s the Latin word for “cheese.” The menu here is dairy-centric, with comforting, oozy options, from poutine (fries, cheese curds, and gravy) and a classic raclette mac-and-cheese to a rustic grilled cheese that should be the standard by which all others are judged. But it’s the cheeseburger, made from local beef and tucked into a fluffy, buttery brioche, that keeps us coming back for more. 93 Whitney Ave., New Haven. 203-624-3373;

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