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Floor-to-ceiling shelves are stacked with everything delicious from French champagne to stock cubes. Fridges have fresh pasta dishes and greens, but the deli section and espresso bar is where most will congregate. At possibly the oldest deli in the area, locals jostle for a seat with models and film-industry folk who come for the coffee and vibe. While a little chaotic at peak times and not especially comfortable to eat at the raised counters, it shouldn't be missed. There might be Italian meatballs with spaghetti or Thai plum chicken on offer. There's always a wide selection of hams and cold cuts as well as global cheeses. Get anything from pumpkin-seed rolls to fresh-cut flowers and the daily newspaper. And it's just a block away from the soccer stadium.
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