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Estela
Estela might be hopeless at hide-and-seek (its location up some nondescript stairs hardly tricks savvy gourmands), but this busy, skinny wine-bar slays on the food and vino front. Graze from market-driven sharing plates, from phenomenal beef tartare (spiked with beef heart for added complexity) to moreish mussels escabeche on toast, or an impossibly sexy endive salad with walnuts and anchovy.
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