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The food is just more interesting at this neighborhood bar. Try making the skirt steak and crushed potatoes in your kitchen.

Sporting Life Bar chef Daniel Dalton upgrades meat and potatoes

March 4th, 2015

The food is just more interesting at this neighborhood bar. Try making the skirt steak and crushed potatoes in your kitchen.

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