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How to best experience the great new Goodwich

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      Best way to cure a craving for three bucks: Fluff & Nutt ($3) Can you really get anything substantial for just a few dollars? Thanks to Goodwich, you can. The combination of Nutella and toasted marshmallow evokes memories of s’mores, amply sweet and satisfying without being cloying. But it’s the addition of “crunch”—a baked Rice Krispies concoction—that elevates this sinfully cheap sandwich.

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      Best way to spice up peanut butter: PBB&J ($5) This combination of house-made peanut butter and pepper jelly is a filling, well-balanced combination of sweet and heat. And then there’s the bacon, because doesn’t bacon make everything better?

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      Best Downtown melt: Patty ($7) This ridiculously gooey patty melt is the right combination of lean and rich thanks to a house-ground beef patty. Jalapeño and pepper jack add just a bit of kick. And they’re not stingy with the cheese, resulting in a magnificently messy masterpiece.

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      Best way to impress your foodie friends: Foie & ($9) Want to show off some local culinary creativity? Order up a couple of these beauties, foie gras mousse layered with crispy chicken skins and almonds for an unctuous, crunchy combination. For less than a Jackson, you’ve got the perfect meal.

      Goodwich 1516 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 910-8681. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 a.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

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