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It might be a little tricky to find Freemans—there’s no street address; it’s simply located at the end of a sneaky little alley—but if you can make your way there, you’ll find surreal, hunting lodge–inspired decor, a hip scene and the most comforting meals. The food is rustic and rich, with a menu that features lamb stew, beer-braised pork shank and the perennial favorite, three-cheese macaroni.