Cafe Regular du Nord looks like a cafe in some quaint little French town. It’s located between brownstones on a quiet street, and there’s a big mural on the wall along with some old-timey counter stools. They also have a couple seats on the front patio, where you can hang with a cappuccino and a chocolate croissant.
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