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Superba Snack Bar: Superba-cal-ifragilistic 

September 26, 2012
Superba Snack Bar is positively magnetic. There’s something about the look and feel of the place, a glassed-in box that spills out onto its patio — the hum of people chattering happily, the glow that emanates onto the street — that makes you feel hungry and social and relaxed. Candles flicker on tables and along the patio wall, and blankets sit folded in case you get a chill in the evening air. It’s a restaurant-as–living room, if that living room belonged to the beach retreat of breezily wealthy friends. Read the story.
Anne Fishbein
Raw squash salad with pistachio aioli, mint and sungold tomatoes at Superba Snack Bar.
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Superba Snack Bar is positively magnetic. There’s something about the look and feel of the place, a glassed-in box that spills out onto its patio — the hum of people chattering happily, the glow that emanates onto the street — that makes you feel hungry and social and relaxed. Candles flicker on tables and along the patio wall, and blankets sit folded in case you get a chill in the evening air. It’s a restaurant-as–living room, if that living room belonged to the beach retreat of breezily wealthy friends. Read the story.
Published on September 26, 2012

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