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Nick Paumgarten: Danji

July 17, 2011

paragraph class="noindent">Danji, like any modest joint with a one-word name on an anonymous street, deploys a gimmick or two, even though it doesn't need to. For example, when you sit down, a waitress says, “Your menus are in your drawers.' Beg pardon? She . . .

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