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Knight’s No-choice Cafe: Warren’s Philly Mini-meal

It was a true taste of Philly when Warren served his Mini-meal for fifteen last month.

HIGHLIGHTING the menu were Amorosa Kaiser Rolls flown direct from the bakery in Philly and iced Wawa coffee. And there were other touches, despite the No-choice ‘menu … ut we’ll let Warren and his guests tell you all about it:

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