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Watertown

The Deluxe Town Diner is favored by locals for its sweet potato pancakes and challah French toast. The Deluxe Town Diner is favored by locals for its sweet potato pancakes and challah French toast. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
April 13, 2008

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THE GOODS Sticky-sweet baklava flavored with rosewater and cardamom. Imported olives still clinging to the vine. Middle Eastern flatbreads speckled with ground lamb. Tangy grape leaves, salty Turkish and Syrian cheeses, and heaping bins of dried fruits and nuts, from sour cherries to honey-glazed pecans. This is the culinary cornucopia that awaits you in Watertown's Coolidge Square, a vibrant stretch ... (Full article: 340 words)

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