There are certain American towns that capture the essence of simple pleasures on the water and a slower summertime pace. My favorites all have shingle...
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We'd walked past it a couple of times, a simple storefront set back from the street with a small porch, a glimpse of tables inside, unassuming. The Key Lime Cafe. Full at lunch-time, we assumed it was a Maryland version of a diner.
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