Riverwood Cafe

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This dim watering hole is the quintessential neighborhood bar, but with one important twist: The homemade grub is several cuts above the competition. Especially noteworthy are the boffo burgers — freshly ground, hand-formed giants, done to order and served with style — and the plump pierogies, smothered with grilled onions and sour cream. Full bar, live music on weekends.

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