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Good Bread: Alfama, Portuguese Bread in Midtown East

January 31, 2013

From Serious Eats: New York

[Photos: Andrew Coe]

In Lisbon, Alfama is the name of the historic center of the city, built around a medieval castle. Today a neighborhood of narrow, twisty streets, and little houses, Alfama is also the center of hip, Bohemian life in the city, overlaid with a healthy spread of international tourism. In New York, Alfama is the name of little Portuguese restaurant in Midtown. After years of procuring their loaves elsewhere, last y

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