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At Simpli Bar and Bites (Sabrina Stivaletta, top left, and Shannon Whitehead working the counter), serves up veggie sandwiches during the day and pork belly sliders at night.
At Simpli Bar and Bites (Sabrina Stivaletta, top left, and Shannon Whitehead working the counter), serves up veggie sandwiches during the day and pork belly sliders at night.Photos by Kayana Szymczak for the Boston Globe

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Simpli Bar & Bites resides in a neighborhood in flux, at the dividing line between Jamaica Plain and Hyde Park, a short walk from the Forest Hills stop on the Orange Line. The upstart restaurant, which opened in mid-July, pays tribute to yesteryear while keeping a decidedly modern decor.

Inside, grainy transit photos hang on walls wrapped in subway tiles, while the color scheme revolves around orange, a hat tip to the nearby station. A long bar runs the length of the room, near two high-tops and an L-shaped corner table, seating 24 total. Outside, on an inviting, wood-encased deck, with towering heat lamps for chilly nights, there are 26 more seats to settle into. That is, until the T rumbles by.

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