Hidden on a stretch of Upper King just past the Crosstown sits Twenty-Six Divine, a cozy café with lots of natural light that beams through the acrylic ghost chairs that dot its tight dining room. The husband-and-wife team behind the bakery and café have been expanding their lunch menu in recent months. The seasonal offerings include classic fare like homemade sweet potato gnocchi with sage butter and turkey meatloaf served on a baguette and topped with mushroom-thyme gravy, alternately light and heavy depending on your mood. The desserts are as mouthwatering as ever, especially a trio of caramel, espresso, and vanilla bean-custard filled profiteroles and the caramel cheesecake with a spiced apple compote. —Angela Hanyak Dish (Winter 2014)

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An expanded dining room means full-service lunch as well as afternoon high tea (with reservations).

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Hours: Lunch and Dinner (Tues.-Sat.)
Price: $$
Tues.-Sat: 11am-3pm
Closed Sunday & Monday

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