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Crowd Sourcing

101 Beer Kitchen need only click on its “Now Open” sign to become an instant hit. Diners are drawn to this bustling restaurant appointed with the familiar elements of casual communal eating—horizontal wood paneling, soft caramel-colored leather booths, open shelves of branded growlers—by some primal desire to drink craft beer and share fried cheese curds. How nice to feel not judged for requesting extra honey-mustard sauce (so sharply sweet and essential to the molten cheddar experience) and to know that no one here will scoff if you eat the hand-cut fries first. In a world that sometimes feels as if it has given you too many forks, this is a

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