|Rapini porchetta sandwich at Porchetteria|
Sometimes you just gotta eat. When racked with an impatient, irrational hunger, the rigmarole of parking the car, getting a table, pondering menus as thick and impenetrable as a quarterly prospectus, waiting for your food when you run out of things to say, and remembering to use your knife and fork to feed yourself can seem like just too much. This is what pushes people through the fast food drive-thru time and time again. But what if there was an alternative? What if, somewhere, there was a tiny place with a limited menu of real, dig-in-with-your-hands victuals flung out to you and yours in a matter of seconds? Thanks to the addition of restaurants with walk-up windows, two very different neighborhoods know the answer to these questions.
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