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Buffalo Rome serves food, invites dogs

Buffalo Rome, the tiny soup-and-sandwich purveyor that succeeded the former Bryant Street restaurant, has started selling food.

The cafe, 388 Porter Ave. (986-5488), was formerly Morning Glory. Lemon chicken rice and cream of mushroom soups, chicken Caesar, mushroom pave and eggplant salads, and a roast chicken sandwich with asiago cheese and parsley aioli were on the menu last week.

Soup is $3 cup/$5 bowl, salads are $5-$7, sandwiches are around $7.

Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. “As soon as I can, I will expand the hours to include evenings and weekends,” owner Victor Mirando said. It’s also a dog-friendly cafe, so pooches are welcome too.

Stella, Buffalo Rome's canine resident, waits patiently for customers on the West Side. (via Buffalo Rome's Facebook page)

Stella, Buffalo Rome's canine resident, waits patiently for customers on the West Side. (via Buffalo Rome's Facebook page)

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