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CLOSED The name might conjure conflicting images of Yankees players, gang warfare and bohemians sipping their café Americains while taking drags from Gauloises cigarettes and arguing vehemently about post-structuralism. And if you consider the décor of The Bronx Café, you wouldn't be too far off the mark. It's conflicting, all right. The "Lupe" Room, appropriately, has an Our Lady of Guadalupe painting as its centerpiece. The interior ceiling is made of pressed tin, from which hang modern light fixtures. Potted plants hanging next to plastic jack o' lanterns frame the covered patio. The menu is all over the map, aiming to please all diners. Quesadillas share table space with burgers and a reuben. Migas sit next to lox and bagels. Disparate entrées include a classic pot roast, grilled citrus-ginger salmon filet with rice pilaf and a chicken artichoke-mushroom sauté.
The Bronx is divided into wings. Walk into the vestibule and notice the bistro-ish dining nook off to the left with simple chairs and wooden tables that look like they absconded from the flea market in Canton. To the right is the bar. This is... More »
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