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Franklin Street Works and Café Oo La partner to create new menu



Franklin Street Works sure knows how to fuel intellect. The highly-acclaimed contemporary art space now carries a new café menu that is meant to provide more diverse options for visitors, and help make the art-driven café experience the most enjoyable possible. Unveiled earlier this summer, the gallery has paired up with Café Oo La La to bring the venue classic varieties of seasonal wraps, soups and sandwiches. The museum has also brought in an exciting new line of beers that those of a connoisseur-disposition will love, derived from independent breweries Two Roads (in Connecticut), Long Trail (Vermont), Harpoon IPA (in Massachusetts). Meanwhile, solidified regulars should have no fear—the café is keeping to its sensitive roots, continuing to offer staples such as vegetarian and gluten-free lunch dishes and all-natural chips. Now, more than ever, fans of the fun and educational environment will discover this is the place for them.

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