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With their home down the street and Ruby Wine down the block, the location was perfect for their planned breakfast-and-lunch spot, but it was its interiors that sold the couple on the space. "It has 12- or 13-foot ceilings, seven-foot-tall glass windows,

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Originally appeared in Plow Restaurant: Local Dishes, Design
on October 7, 2010
With their home down the street and Ruby Wine down the block, the location was perfect for their planned breakfast-and-lunch spot, but it was its interiors that sold the couple on the space. "It has 12- or 13-foot ceilings, seven-foot-tall glass windows,
With their home down the street and Ruby Wine down the block, the location was perfect for their planned breakfast-and-lunch spot, but it was its interiors that sold the couple on the space. "It has 12- or 13-foot ceilings, seven-foot-tall glass windows, and a tree on the side covered in beautiful foliage," Bleskacek says. "It doesn't feel like you're in the middle of a city when you're inside."

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