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In downtown Manchester, the restaurant scene Piccola Italia, which recently opened a new, converting the original space, three doors up, bistro, serving small, tapas-style plates and homemade informal setting will feature comfortable seating bar. It’s scheduled to open in May. Farther up Elm Street, Chef Nathan Baldwin with photos. The publication date and publisher determined. Even farther up Elm at 1361, Dr. James Borbotsina following their passion with a new restaurant Cook.”The menu features the recipes of their and Greek — with lots of garlic and wine. Open Wednesday through Saturday. NH
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