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Today is a raining day! It’s Easter Sunday so a lot of the shops we stopped at in town weren’t open.

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We decided to have lunch at Bent Street Cafe & Deli. Since it was cold and wet out a cup of soup sounded really good. We chose a bowl of the New Mexico Green Chile (cup $3 or bowl $4.50) MMMMMM so good! The flavor was good as well as the consistency. I could have eaten another bowl of this by myself.

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The also bring you a basket of 2 spicy cornbread muffins while you decide what to order. I would have like a couple more of these, but it was nice to munch on while we waited on our food.

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I ordered a Bent Street Sub $8 (ham, Genoa salami and pepperoni with provolone, Monterey jack, onion, lettuce, tomato and vinaigrette on French bread) The vinaigrette really made this sandwich I enjoyed it and would order it again.

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D chose the Rio Grande $7.25 (pastrami and Swiss served hot on light rye with Dijon) It was tasty, but we both agreed that it could have used a little more meat on it.

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The sandwiches come with tortilla chips then they ask if you want salsa which they charge you extra for.

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We walked into a couple shops then back to the chocolate shop to try a peanut butter cup and another piece of English toffee. Don’t recommend the peanut butter cup the chocolate is so thick on the bottom you almost break a tooth.

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The rest of the day was spent vegging out in front of the tv by the fire and watching the rain come down.

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