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The Tide Is High ($7) stands out on 61 Local's new sandwich menu if only because it sounds so unlikely: taramasalata, hard-boiled eggs, and salsa verde on potato pugliese. But the combination is inspired, with the taramasalata providing a creamy hit of fish roe, the eggs adding some heft, and the salsa verde supplying pungent, tangy flavors for balance. It's a winner. It has plenty of locavore cred too; 61 Local sources all of the ingredients from neighborhood suppliers like Sahadi's, Bien Cuit, and the bar's own CSA distribution.
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