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At Cima, all the Italian-inspired sandwiches (prosciutto di Parma with taleggio and fig tartare, for instance) are artfully arranged on the counter, ripe for the pressing. Sfogliatelle are trucked in from Brooklyn’s Paneantico bakery; ultrabuttery croissants are baked in-house.
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