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The Butcher's Daughter opened a tiny market on Elizabeth Street last week, and in addition to selling fresh produce and take-out items, there's a selection of sundries. All of those are located along one wall, including candles, various succulents, scarves, and jars of jams and honey. Perfect for gifting, or relentless afternoon snacking.
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