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Northampton, Massachusetts Restaurants and Real Estate

Northampton, Massachusetts

Being my home town, I know my way around here pretty well. There are plenty of good places to eat in Northampton.

Just because I don't eat someplace doesn't mean there is anything wrong with it ... but this should serve as a good starting point if you are just getting into town for the first time, presented in no particular order.

Also Scroll down for many off-topic "Quickies" and other links to get you familiar with this neck of the woods.

For the time being, if a restaurant name is in red, it is one of my favorites.

I break format on this page a bit. I put together a list of links that should save you many hours of Googling if you want to learn more about the area.

Enjoy. 

DOWNTOWN NORTHAMPTON PARKING MAP

 - NORTHAMPTON IN SOME MORE DETAIL ... At one time I thought I'd do real estate, so I put together a page that gets deep into Northampton stuff.  I didn't do the RE thing and the page exists ... I might as well share it with you:  LINK.

 - THE OLD DAYS IN NORTHAMPTON ON THE RADIO

JOE'S PIZZA
Joe's Pizza, Northampton, MA

This place is anything BUT fancy.

Joe's is known for a great thin crust pizza and other excellent Italian meals. Rustic food. No frills. Friendly bar.

Gregg eats:  Joe's House special (large, but Joe's large isn't all that large), macaroni soup, mussels.

New owner as of summer 2011.  I have seen changes ... too soon to say.  They tried to "fancy up" a scallops dish and the grapefruit juice  seemed less fresh squeezed and the prices seem to be edging up.

 

(Full bar. Open evenings (after 4) and weekend days during the winter.)

SPOLETO

 
Spoleto, Northampton

I don't have a picture of their new location yet.

Spoleto is has always been a loud, boisterous place with a line most weekend nights a very nice bar with friendly locals who are always out for some conversation to go with their Italian dishes.

It always seemed to cost a bit more than to make everyday dinner eating practical.  Calaudio has freshened up, maybe tightened up is a better way to say it and there are some very good, affordable dinner items.

I order the bolognaise ... maybe with a VEP Green (which has gotten way too expensive).

(Full bar, Open daily for dinner.)

So ... apparently Spoleto's rent got a bit high so Claudio picked up and moved Spoleto to the former Del Raye (and more recently, the former Paradise City Grill) ... PCG was no loss, yet many of us still miss Del Raye ... and seeing how it is the same space, it is a bit like an odd morph between Del Raye and Spoleto ...

The bar is smaller, but I suspect they'll get the same very friendly sit-at-the-bar crowd ... I haven't seen the new menu, I suspect it has changed.

Northampton's best bartender, Tara is back on duty many nights.

 

Also Spoleto Express on King Street for roughly same fare in a fast food setting for lunch and dinner.

www.spoletorestaurants.com

 

WOODSTAR BAKERY

Woodstar Bakery, Northampton, MA

A really popular place just off Main Street.

Successful, in large part, because of the coffee, baked goods and sandwiches.

I get an "everything" bagel with cream cheese, lox, onion and tomato. I sometimes pick up a baguette to take home.

(No alcohol. Open pretty much all the time)

HINGE  ~ VERY NEW TO WGEDC ~

Took over the space most recently occupied by the former KARMA.

I've been here once.  I'll be back.

Matt the bartender, most recently of the Sierra Grill anchors the team behind the bar (a superb addition).

A good selection of beers ($7 each range) ... my nitro-infused stout was pretty good (still a well-pored Guinness would have done the trick).  I've never heard of any of them ... you'd expect them to have cask beers but they don't ... all beers are the same temperature.

They innovative scheme seems to be that instead of handles on their beer taps they use door hinges.

I had the Au Prouvere (sp) ... (essentially sautéed in pepper) burger ... with onion rings on the burger and fries on  the side.

The burger was just "PINK" enough ... fries were apparently plated waaay before the burger, I had to eat them first so they didn't wind up stone-cold.  And now the big conundrum ... either the (excellent) bun was too big or the burger too small (apparently many people tolerate that, even at the renowned Local Burger up the block) ... but to me it feels like somebody is trying to fool me.

I'm guessing the owners would say "customers tell us they like so much bread" ... ????

The lettuce was green and the tomatoes (well lets just say they might be able to source some that were, for lack of a better word, better).

The place was packed ... the atmosphere was excellent, in my opinion, I'm now even less likely to go to The Dirty Truth across the street.

I will be back. 

Burger & Beer = $20 with tip.

Yelpers LIKE the place.

MassLive on Northampton Beer Scene ... presented without comment by me.

(Beer and wine. Dinner.)

EASTSIDE GRILL 

A really popular place just off Main Street on the side street by Local Burger.

This was never on my list, but I hear the new owner is rocking the place.

 

(4/24/2012) ... Ok, it was a Tuesday night (late afternoon actually) and I ventured in.

I managed a seat at the bar.  I was not the first, but I was clearly on the first shift.

I had a drink and for the first time, I took a look at the Bar Menu ... so many superb choices at prices that make eating out do-able ... even the regular menu was reasonable.

I had some kind of Cajun meatballs with mashed potatoes and gravy ... for $10 ... and it was, well, superb.

I got a seat at the end of the bar and enjoyed chatting with the waitresses ... each as pleasant as the next (not that I'd be willing to sit by myself at a table just for a pretty smile) ...

Anyhow.

A+

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I've been back a few times since.  Hat's off to the owner, Deborah ... (or Deb) ... (never Debbie) ... for putting the finishing touches on a superb eatery.

 

(Full bar. Dinner only.)

PHO VIETNAM  ~ VERY NEW TO WGEDC ~

Crap.  I was so confident about this snapshot, I only took one ... and it turned out blurry.

Here is a downtown Northampton space that, well lets just say it changes quite a bit.  Although the next-to-last place that was here bought their own building and moved across town.

THIS IS the most encouraging iteration for me anyhow.  Having lived so long in Seattle where pho places are as omni-present as Dunkin Donuts are here, I've been long pining for pho ... good pho ... in Northampton.

The dank (border-line dirty) lobby, weathered awning and scratched up glass belie the very pleasant space inside.

(5/03/2012)  My visit, to put things in perspective was on their second day open.

I've always wondered how pho restaurants can have broth that is nuclear hot after dropping in the meats and noodles.  This was not the problem here today.  The soup was just one very small step below hot ... perhaps the meat was too cold when it was put in.  It really wasn't a problem, except it took a little longer for the spouts to soften and the noodles were just a little toothsome at first.

None of this was a problem.

The broth was excellent ... the pinnacle of pho broth is Pho Bac in Seattle.

The meat was tasty and just about ample.

I like mine with chili paste and theirs was very good.

I enjoyed the tea.

I had the Pho Tai ... Regular size was $8.75 (I forget how much the large was) ... a tad expensive compared to Seattle, but I'm sure it is a bargain if you consider the rent they must be paying.


I certainly will be back.

I recommend it.

I want this place to do great.

ON MAIN STREET, NEAR THE OVERPASS AND ACROSS FROM FITZWILLY'S

Yelpers [too soon to say] the place.

(Looks like they have Beer and wine in the works in that they have one of those little bar setups in the back like you see at many Asian places. Lunch and dinner.)

AMANOUZ CAFE  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

Mediterranean Food on Main Street ... Very casual

Ample, flavorful, authentic, easygoing atmosphere.

Gregg Eats:  Falafel

(Beer, Wine. Open almost all the time.)

RIVER VALLEY MARKET  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

They do have some eat-in selection.  Mostly a "health food" grocery.

Frozen shrimp. Conventional chicken.  House-made Jerky.

 

(Beer, Wine. Open typical grocery store hours.)

PINOCCHIO PIZZA  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

Nothing special.  Yet that seems to be their hallmark.

Enormous slices of decent pizza.

A valid sauce gets them by.  Custom take out 'za had undercooked crust and wasn't generous with toppings, but probably ok for a crowd.

A slice or two after a long night out is a good investment towards feeling ok in the morning.

(I don't know if they have beer/wine.  Lunch through late night.)

TAIPEI & TOKYO  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

Valid.

(Beer, Wine.)  Lunch and dinner..)

MIMMO'S PIZZA  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

Biggest, cheapest slice in town.

Yet, more than viable.  Stick with slices.  We had a party sized pizza and it wasn't cooked all the way and the toppings were sparse.

Stick with plain cheese.

Just a sliver of a place.  Eat.  Run.

(Soft drink machine. Lunch through late night.)

FLORENCE:  MICHAEL F. CURTIN POST 8006 VFW  ~ NEW TO WGEDC ~

If it is Friday night, see if they are having their AYCE Buffett.

It is also Northampton's newest music venue.

 

PACKARDS

Packard's, Northampton, MA

Packard's is open for a beer and burger lunch as well as dinner. 

If you get a friendly bartender, it might even be a pleasant experience. The problem is I've never had a bartender there who seemed anything but dismayed to have to bother with a customer ... If you are looking for a beer and some valid food while watching the bartender read the paper, this is your place. The food is slightly better than average pub grub.

(Full bar, Lunch, Dinner)

PAUL AND ELIZABETH'S

Paul and Elizabeth's, Northampton, MA

This is the first natural foods restaurant I'd ever heard of. They are located inside the Thorne's Marketplace of shops. Paul & Elizabeth's serves up outstanding soups sandwiches and entrees. Not surprisingly, because they seem to use the best ingredients.

(Beer/Wine. Lunch/Dinner.)

www.paulandelizabeths.com

SIERRA GRILLE, MULINO'S, BISHOP'S

Old Baystate Hotel, Northampton, MA

News is that the Opa Opa steakhouse, brewery chain has bought the building.

 The Sierra Grille is a tenant in the building.

LINK

They are actually three places piled on top of each other in the old Bay State Hotel. So I lump them all together in this write up.

The Sierra Grille is my favorite and is popular with almost everyone I talk to.

Essentially the place is about excellent beer and wine and small plates to go along (kind of like tapas, but bigger).

Nice bar crowd.

My experience, especially with their frites, which they are so proud of, is that things tend to be too salty.

(Beer/Wine. Open for dinner.)

Bishop's Lounge ... Actually, I'm not even sure if they serve food. They are known for having good music weekends.

http://www.mulinos.com/specialevents/

 

Mulino's used to be on the other side of town (along with Bishop's). Mulino's features Italian food. I don't visit them very often. I hear little about them, good or bad,

(I don't know about liquor here, I am guessing beer and wine. Same with the hours. Check the site. I guess I don't eat here that much after all.)

http://www.mulinos.com/mulinos/

 

THE DECK

 

It is a good place to enjoy a nice afternoon or evening and have a drink.

(Full bar. Open when it is nice out. Summers only.)

TUNNEL BAR

Tunnel Bar, Northampton, MA

Part of the Spaghetti Freddie and Union Station conglomeration, The Tunnel Bar seems to attract a nice clientele and they serve up very well-crafted drinks.

The restaurants are now closed.  Bars still open.  Works for me!

INDIA HOUSE

India House, Northampton, MA

Nicely done Indian cuisine.

BLUEBONNET DINER

Bluebonnet Diner, Northampton

Fried Chicken

(Full bar. Open almost all the time. Closed Sundays.)

www.bluebonnetdiner.net

SMITH COLLEGE COMMISARY

Smith College Commisary

Just a cafeteria really ... but you can get viable food at a good price. Nice salads and wraps.

JAKE'S

Jake's, Northampton, MA

Total no frills dining right next to The Calvin and across from the hotel.

I used to go there for breakfast a lot more than I do now.

Somewhere along the way, they made it so if you want home fries you have to order them separate ... so you get a big heap of potatoes, far more than you can eat, and it is a waste of food and makes the meal too expensive for what you get.

New owners as of 2010.  No field reports yet.

(No alcohol. Breakfast and lunch.)

I happened to have posted to Yelp before I did this.

My first visit to the newly managed place ... I'd say the food was a touch better than before ... I had a biscuit with gravy (superb biscuit, gravy was just better than luke warm, a problem not limited to here and a pet peeve of mine) and fried eggs over medium (perfect) ... (note to Jake's: don't even consider using a microwave as a solution to this problem.)

They used to have nice cold fresh milk in one of those gravity bag-of-milk thingys ... that was gone and replaced by milk from a cardboard carton that wasn't by its nature as fresh or cold.

Breakfast potatoes were tasty ... (in the old place they'd gone down hill) ... but they were far from crisp ... (either a decision to do them that way, or they haven't mastered them, or maybe they are cooking for the masses ... do they hear occasional complaints from old ladies that "my home fries are too crisp" and are trying to please the masses?

TODAY ... in this day and age, eating out isn't automatic ... a restaurant has to "nail it" and there is little room for error.

Oh, the blank walls added a soul-less-ness to the revamped decor.   Oh, and we don't need plastic table tops and table cloths ... not at Jake's ...

Suggestion: take the old sign inside and put it outside and the new sign inside for a while to make a point.

HERREL'S ICE CREAM

Herrell's Ice Cream, Northampton, MA

Steve Herrell innovated the smooch-in concept for ice cream years ago in boston.

After getting the Steve's chain up and running he came here and opened Herrell's.

Excellent ice cream, great smooch-ins in a fun spot downstairs at Thorne's Marketplace.

Even if you are not a big ice cream fan, or for that matter, much of a sweet tooth. Try Steve's

ROBERTO'S

 

Kind of a classic spaghetti and meatballs place.

Better-than-decent Pizza in a decent family atmosphere.

New owners spruced it up over the last couple of years.

 ... seems to get better and better all the time.

Newly renovated outside. 

A viable choice.

(Full bar. Open for dinner.)

SAM'S PIZZA

Sam's, Northampton

Newer place.

A good selection of pizza by the slice.

A good stop on your way home on a Friday or Saturday night when they close at something like 3 in the morning.

If you are thinking whole pie, I'd go to Joe's.

Very popular.  Maybe for the music at night.  I admit to having a preference for Pinocchio's up the street.

For a snack or a light lunch, Sam's fits the bill.

(Beer, wine. 11AM until way late.)

THE GREEN BEAN

Green Bean, Northampton

 

Here's a health food place that has kind of morphed into a good, wholesome, breakfast place.

Lots of greens and brown rice. (Which have evolved over time to more normal offerings)

But, a bit pricey in my book.

I sometimes get the Itty Bitty, a fried egg with tomato and a touch of pesto and cheese on an English muffin.  It winds up costing about five bucks to-go ... about the same as a hearty bagel with cream cheese and lox around the corner at Woodstar.

Very good food from what I can tell.  Best coffee in town.

(No alcohol. Open for breakfast and lunch.)

SHELBURNE FALLS COFFEE COMPANY

Shelburne Falls Coffee Company, Northampton

On King Street a few blocks further down than making a convenient walk from Main Street.

SBCC roasts coffee in their own nearby plant and, here is the biggie for me, makes their own chai tea ... not too sweet like everyplace else.

IRON HORSE MUSIC HALL

Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton

A world class small concert venue. Great acts, all the time.

You gotta line up at 5:30 to get the best seats ... they kind of trick you in there for dinner.

Overall, a bit better than pub grub. The veggie lasagna is good.

But you are really just there for the music.

Sometimes it is challenging to get parking nearby, so plan for that.

(Full bar. Open 5:30 when they have a show.)

NORTHAMPTON BREWERY

Northampton Brewery, Northampton, MA

Reliable pub grub place.

Decent bar crowd on evenings and weekends -- especially in the good weather when it is hard to find a spot in the upstairs patio.

www.northamptonbrewery.com

 

VIVA FRESH PASTA

Viva Fresh Pasta, Northampton, MA

Across from the park in downtown, I've only had to-go food here ... they have warmed up wraps that are very satisfying. Everything else looks good too.

(Beer/Wine. Open for lunch and dinner.)

www.vivafreshpasta.com

 

 

Now, a word about Fitzwilly's ... and The Toasted Owl:

Fitwilly's was an innovator.  Opened a very long time ago, it might have been one of the first, soon-to-be-clichéd "fern bars" ... since then ownerships has changed ... to this day the atmosphere at Fitzwilly's can't be beat.  I recall for years they didn't even have a sign outside.

It is always busy. Usually loud.  Waits are not uncommon.

The masses head to Fitzwilly's.

In other towns the masses head to Fridays or Applebees and so on.  I don't know why.

The fact that Calvin Coolidge used to have an office here, doesn't have anything to do with the food.

The BACK bar on a Friday or Saturday night is always a good place — for a drink.

I just don't know any discerning locals who eat there unless they have to.

Keep in mind, I never eat anyplace [only] because the atmosphere is nice.

No matter what you are in the mood for, I'm sure you can find it someplace in Northampton.

YELPERS THOUGHTS

Now, next door, same owners, same kitchen (I'm told they have separate "lines") ... The Toasted Owl ... is okay.

Not that I'd go there for dinner or anything ... but their appetizers are valid and the drinks are ok and the service is pleasant ... but it does have that sports bar vibe and it competes well in that category.

YELP 1   YELP 2

 

 

    

Going Gluten Free ... in the Valley

This was a good idea.  Sad to say zero restaurants or grocery stores responded to my inquiries (sadly, including two favorites, Serio's and Atkins) ... so, I'm canning this feature, but: ...

ONLINE:  Gluten Free Registry ... (seemingly, not at all complete) ... AMHERST  |  NORTHAMPTON

And, as we venture away from Northampton ... This site seems to do a very superb job in researching the g-f world we live in:  Gluten-Free in Western Massachusetts ... they have a newsletter I'll be signing up for too.

 

 

 

 

QUICKIES

OTHER THINGS AROUND HERE THAT MAKE LIFE GOOD

Hungry Ghost, Northampton

HUNGRY GHOST BREAD BAKERY

Excellent wood-fired bread.

Problem: at a very reasonable $6 a loaf for a good sized loaf of bread ... I can't eat enough at home before it goes stale.

Serio's Market, Northampton

SERIO'S MARKET

A great, downtown, corner market. An institution. Reliable vegetables. A very good deli and meat department ... they always have nice local alternatives in their selections.

A very busy deli counter at lunch makes decent wraps and sandwiches, plus a selection of hot dishes too.

The grocery aisles are always packed with excellent canned goods and other groceries.

The butcher is always willing to carve out something special for you -- from an extra thick chop to meat for you Philly cheese steak sandwich.)

SERIO'S PHARMACY, next door, is a handy and affordable place to consider if you want to shop local.

State Street Fruit Store, Northampton

STATE STREET FRUIT, DELI, WINE AND LIQUOR

Another institution with a long history here. They have swayed from their fruit emphasis over time. The produce is ok, at best.

Grocery selections are little downscale compared to Serio's.

Excellent selection of beers and wine with a knowledgeable staff. But, if you are going for more than a bottle or two, you might want to head to the bigger places ... at State Street it can be as much as $4 a bottle more.

Their deli is also reliable. You get decent servings.

 

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WHERE TO STAY

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Hotel Northampton ... Right downtown, try for a room that faces the park or the street.

36 King Street, Northampton, MA 01060 ... (413) 584-3100
Get directions

Quality Inn ... A short walk to downtown. Standard issue exit ramp place.

259 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01060 ... (413) 584-7660
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Autumn Inn ... Closer to Smith. A short walk downtown. Quiet.

259 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01060 ... (413) 584-7660
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The Clarion ... A bit further than you'd walk. A little worn out, but passably clean and viable.

1 Atwood Drive, Northampton, MA 01060 ... (413) 586-1211
Get directions

 

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HONORABLE MENTION RESTAURANTS

Lhasa Cafe ... serves up some decent Tibetan foods. Not exciting, but certainly ok. (Beer/Wine. Open for lunch and dinner. Might be closed Mondays.)

The Hotel Northampton ... has a decent bar. No locals are eating there.

** The Side Street Grille in Florence ... real good food. (Beer/Wine. Open for lunch and dinner.) http://sidestcafe.com/

 

** Bistro Les Gras ... French-influenced bistro up on West Street by Green Street.

I only went there once during restaurant week. Fare was good, I thought the wine flight they had to go with the meal was too sparse (nothing to go with dessert).

So, I can't say with certainty how the place is overall and day-to-day. I would try it again and not hesitate to recommend it either.

They also have a little shop for cheeses that I've heard good things about. (Beer/Wine. Open for dinner.) http://www.bistrolesgras.com/

 

Caminito Steakhouse ... Argentinean. I've been meaning to try the place. I just haven't made it there yet.

 

Great Wall ... for excellent (often-times) Chinese (use the gourmet menu) in a strip mall in Florence is a favorite of many locals.

All the Sushi places in town are good ... I just don't eat at them enough to feel as if I should make a suggestion.

 

Mama Iguana's ... I hear conflicting reports on their food.  My last visit went nicely.

 

NEW FOR ME:  The Haymarket ... is a sliver of a place serving breakfast and lunch. Healthy-ish meal items, good portions ... at times, it seems to be too much of "the" hangout on Main Street for me to be comfortable breaking through the crowd of people (people, I'd probably not seek out for any reason) who are just lingering in front.

BUT, someone pointed out that has gotten better lately ... I've been getting my morning coffee there lately and it has been quite good.  Employees are always very pleasant.

They now have table service ... downstairs ... at breakfast, and maybe lunch ... (I've only had coffee, upstairs) ... but, that might bode well.

Their chai never seems to be heated to anything close to whatever "just right" is.

A place that is this popular should be taken note of.

 

Bela ... is a popular vegetarian place open for lunch and dinner ... I've never been there myself ... I just never seem to think of it. If you are so inclined, I'd try it if I were you.

** Buyeno y Sano and VeraCruzana ... are two perfectly viable places to get some Mexican-influenced food without losing a paycheck. Living nearby, I usually get two entrees to go and get three or four meals for my effort. The setting in each case is "upper lunch counter."

 

The Restaurant at Smith Vocational High School ... is little known even amongst locals. Open for lunch three days a week. LINK

 

** Outlook Farm ... in Westhampton, specializes in farm raised pork. Although I never see any sign of actual pigs nearby.

They have other nice things for sale and a nice lunch counter. www.outlook-farm.com

 

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OTHER GOOD PEOPLE TO DO BUSINESS WITH

No ads here, just my opinions.

Pro Lube ... Good, honest people ... Not just for lubes, but for any kind of a car repair. LINK

Pleasant Street Theater ... A wonderful treasure. LINK

There is a Trader Joe's and a Whole Foods about five miles out of town in Hadley ... try for an early to mid-morning excursion to avoid traffic headaches.

Mountain Goat ... Faces ...

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SOME NORTHAMPTON LINKS

In no particular order ...

EATING

GAZETTE RESTAURANT LIST ... includes some menus.

NORTHAMPTON RESTAURANT WEEK ... in July and December.

"THE VALLEY MENU" ... a comprehensive list with links to restaurant menus.

VALLEY ADVOCATE RESTAURANT SECTION

PHANTOM GOURMET RESTAURANT DATABASE ... is from the somewhat commercialized Boston TV show of the same name. The compete with another show, THE TV DINER ... both are skewed towards boston, and I don't always agree with their findings (again I suspect they treat their sponsors extra special in the show). But, I post the links anyhow.

RUSSEL NOD ... A Pioneer Valley food blog.

 

NORTHAMPTON HISTORY

GETTING AROUND

SCHOOLS

BOOKLIST

RUNNING WITH SCISSORS, AUGUSTEN BURROUGHS ... AUGUSTEN BURROUGHS

(Meanwhile, I'd rather see you buy a book from one of our two bookshops downtown.)

SUPPORTING LOCAL FARMERS

MASSLIVE JOBS

REAL ESTATE

MUSIC AND THE ARTS

MUSEUMS

NORTHAMPTON ARTS COUNCIL

 

NEWS AND MEDIA SITES

LOCAL BLOGS

NOTEWORTHY NORTHAMPTON ATTRACTIONS

THE GENERAL AREA

WESTERN MASS VACATION IDEAS

MOVING HERE?

Serving Northampton ...

Serving the area ...

 

 

 

 

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