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Art of Business: Everything Else But 

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Everything Else But

394 Main in Catskill is as much fun for espresso and eggs Benedict as for lunch, dinner, or apres-theater bar bites—but don't go in there looking for white bread. "We do a lot with organic stone ground local flour, a lot of croissants and scones, and I think we may be the only place around with sfogliatelle," says Gil Bagnell. "But occasionally someone asks for white bread and we have to say, 'Sorry, no.'

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