It’s hard to imagine a time when a foodie’s working vocabulary did not include “zeppole,” “macaron,” “pour over” and “panini.” Halfhearted interpretations of these abound; it’s harder to find places that get them just right. As the first snowflakes flew, I scouted three neighborhood cafes in ...

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