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Sliding glass windows and a 20-foot-long retractable roof give this faux-weathered French bistro an open, breezy feel. Outside is a walk-up creperie window that stirs up memories of Paris. Named for co-owner Patrice Bihina's French grandmother, Lina Frey is open almost around the clock, servicing the club- and bar-heavy locale. In addition to savory (ham and Emmental cheese) and sweet (strawberry coulis, Nutella) crepes, look for low-priced salads, mussels, steak tartare, hamburgers and salmon with a mustard-hazelnut crust.