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On the Street Where Susan Feniger Lives

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I have often walked down this street before, but there was no Kaya toast or Moldavian meat before...

Finding Susan Feniger's Street is a little bit like the headiness of a new romance. Your friends love it, your mom loves it, they can go from casual to fancy, they give you exactly what you want when you want it, and they are always full of surprises.

The high ceilings make the room feel open and spacious in spite of the limited size. The bar is a surprisingly comfortable place for a meal when the room is packed. There is outdoor seating under giant umbrellas with fire pits and thoughtful little touches like blankets to curl up in on cool evenings. Service is attentive and friendly without being intrusive. This could be love.