It’s that time of year — when the flowers start to bloom, the temperature begins to rise and my thoughts turn to my favorite warm-weather restaurants. They’re the ones with outdoor seating, cool drinks and light, fresh dishes. They’re the places that feel like an instant vacation, where you can linger with friends and savor the sunny days and warm nights. Likewise, there are restaurants I only go to in the winter — ones with dark wood, cozy booths and rich ...
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