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    Nine Tables
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    Nine Tables

    Corvin Sétány is alive and well. New places are opening on a regular basis. The latest addition that I’ve noticed is Nine Tables, which has

    Ready to rejoin the living

    A lady who worked at the post office was approached by a customer who said, ‘I can’t write. Would you mind addressing this postcard for

    Rediscovering the joy of breakfast

    Back in the day when I had a regular job, I  was a great fan of breakfast meetings. Chicken-fried steak with sausage gravy, eggs, hash

    My child is growing up

    I’ve lived a life without issue. I have no children. I’ve not watched someone grow day by day, week by week, month by month. I’ve

    Yes in my back yard

    The developers must die a little inside each time they see this community garden on Nagytemplom utca. Smack in the middle of the Corvin Sétány

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