New Deep Deuce restaurant roundup

Published Wednesday, March 27, 2019
by Nate Fisher

What's that over there and what's that over there and what's that over there and what's that over there? If you've been in Deep Deuce recently, you've undoubtedly asked yourself this question, as four new restaurant spaces have recently hit the environs of the fabled "Deep Second."

La Baguette Deep Deuce - describing itself as a "Parisian café with an American twist," this fresh take on a metro area favorite offers a variety of equally fresh pastries and bakery items in addition to grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, charcuterie, chocolate mice and other treats (author's note: and some of the friendliest service around) and is located on Northeast 4th St. and Walnut Ave., next to the next two places on the list, Black Walnut and Grey Sweater.

Black Walnut - sister concept to La Baguette and Grey Sweater, Black Walnut is, while casual in its own way, perhaps also the uptown girl of the group, featuring fantastic cocktails, wine and a rather sumptuous-looking menu. On weekends, Black Walnut partners with La Baguette for brunch!

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