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“I want people to taste the purity of each ingredient in every dish,” says Franny’s chef/owner Andrew Feinberg, who opened this neighborhood favorite in 2004 alongside partner Francine Stephens. “Everything that I cook has got to be true to where it comes from,” he adds. From day one, Franny’s has strived to be an environmentally responsible business down to every last detail (all of the food is local and organic, kitchen grease is converted into biodiesel fuel, etc.). The result? Absolutely delicious Italian pizzas and pastas that leave your conscience as satisfied as your belly.