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On quirky Avenue C sits one of the newest contributions to the international flavor of New York City: eatery Kafana, which means “neighborhood restaurant” in Serbian. With 10 cozy tables and an inexpensive menu of comforting Serbian dishes like sausages made of beef, pork and lamb, bacon-wrapped prunes, and rich and tender stuffed pies, guests leave happy and satisfied. Try the desserts for the freshly whipped cream alone.