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Buceo 95 — 201 West 95th Street

Many of Buceo 95’s customers are the clients that owner Courtney Barroll spends time with at her day job. “I fatten them up here at night,” she jokes, but she helps them lose the pounds during the day as their personal trainer. Not a bad combination. Courtney has worked hard to create a restaurant that “encompasses all lifestyles and ways of living.” She recognizes that her restaurant’s success boils down to three main ingredients: “Food, staff, and atmosphere,” all of which excel at this Spanish-inspired spot.

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