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Inlander readers voted this hip new eatery in the South Perry District the Best New Restaurant. Opened in June 2012 by the team from Madeleine’s Patisserie, Casper Fry turns out upscale Southern comfort food like Low Country Shrimp and Grits and some of the best fried chicken you’ll find. Its Josper oven, one of only about 10 in the country, uses charcoal and wood chips for smoking and grilling to turn out house-smoked meat and sausages. (July 2013)

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Casual, yet innovative and refined — that’s the m.o. at Central Food. There’s a hamburger at all mealtimes, chicken and dumplings, slow-cooked pork roast, and flat iron steak at dinner time. The restaurant welcomes those with specific diets with open arms — celiacs, vegans and carnivores can all unite and not be jealous of each other’s options. Sandwiches at Central Food are composed between their daily-baked bread, which is also featured on their breakfast menu with a mushroom terrine or baked with chocolate. Purchase a loaf to take home. You won’t regret it. (July 2013)

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The Garnet Cafe dishes up locally sourced, hearty fare. Breakfasts, like their Northwest Omelet or Corned Beef Hash, will leave you full all day. And the lunch specials, like the Garnet Cuban Sandwich, made with McLane Farms Berkshire pulled pork and smoked ham, pickles, Swiss, slaw and stoneground mustard on fresh ciabatta bread, are truly special. Garnet is a favorite, but certainly not a secret. Make reservations early if you want to eat there this century, or try fighting your way to one of their eclectic dining tables. (July 2013)

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Overlooking the Colville Valley and the farms that supply the fresh strawberries for its desserts, Lovitt uses only local and seasonal foods — even in the greenest towns, that’s a hard menu to find. Its offerings change with the crop yield, but vegetarian and vegan options abound and all pair well with the view of a sunset from the homey back porch. (July 2013)

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Chef Jeremy Hansen makes his own sausages and cured meats, and all the sauces, dressings and condiments are made from scratch, too. But this upscale European eatery is also surprisingly veggie-friendly, with a vegetarian quiche du jour and a vegetable sandwich with tomato, basil, zucchini, eggplant, goat cheese and balsamic, all on a baguette. (July 2013)

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This is the type of restaurant that does it all, and does it well. Need to place for a quiet lunch? Done. Excellent happy hour? They've got it. A place to start a raucous night of partying? Covered. Their thoughtful vegetarian and gluten-free dishes are clearly marked on the menu. But their buffalo chicken sandwich is killer, as is their beer selection. And there’s nothing wrong with staying there all night, if that’s your scene. Sunday is all-day happy hour, so most drinks are $5 or under, and it’s a comfortable spot for drinks with friends or a beer before a movie at the neighboring Magic Lantern Theater. (July 2013)

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The Scoop is the South Hill’s perfect hideaway for families, bike geeks, and bike-geek families. The small neighborhood parlor has technicolor walls and a kids corner and serves sinfully delicious ice cream on homemade waffle cones. Also check out their selection of sandwiches (including a brilliant breakfast bagel) and, in summer, their excellent patio. (July 2013)
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