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Eating Out - July 14, 2006

A touch of the tropics

La Bodeguita del Medio honors the rambling Hemingway, but also has a family ambiance

by Dale F. Bentson

Ernest Hemingway was an unsettled man, marrying four times and moving around the globe from Illinois to Spain, Venice, Paris, Africa, Cuba and Idaho. His carousing was as legendary as his gritty writing.

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