Open all day, Tommy does a particularly good aperitivo hour. The small but very pretty space—with mirrored walls and beautiful nineteenth-century-looking stucco moldings combined with modern leather bench seating and wooden floors—is so inviting. While we recommend Tommy’s for a drink, we have to mention the breakfast menu, which includes acai bowls, grilled cheese, avo toast, and especially good coffee. Stop in for a predinner glass of champagne and find yourself staying for a few glasses more. A really charming spot at any time of the day whether you’re flying solo, with a crowd, or with a significant other.

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