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Dewey's Pizza

A meal at Dewey's is like an afternoon spent with your college roommate's CD collection. We know. College students don't collect CDs anymore. That's the point. Dewey's music suggests a distinct personality — someone who came of age in the 1990s, when the tunes of Ben Folds seemed edgy in a nerdy kind of way, and you could still say with a straight face that U2 was the most important band in the world. Of course you'll hear some Bob Marley. Who didn't have Legend lying around the dorm room? But you'll also hear cool tunes from Al Green and B.B. King — and you might catch a really awesome old cut like "Bad, Bad Whiskey" or "Baby, Let's Play House." The roster is definitely radio-friendly thirtysomething hipster — Wilco, Aimee Mann and (sigh) Coldplay. (It sounds great with Dewey's terrific pizza and a beer, though.)
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