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  • This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows sculptures at the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Astoria, in the Queens borough of New York. The late Noguchi, a Japanese-American sculptor known for his spare, modernist style, lived and worked in the building and created a museum for his works there. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City are home to several museums, in addition to attractions like waterfront parks and good restaurants. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City is luring tourists to the area. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 6, 2013 photo shows sculptures at the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Astoria, in the Queens borough of New York. The late Noguchi, a Japanese-American sculptor known for his spare, modernist style, lived and worked in the building and created a museum for his works there. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City are home to several museums, in addition to attractions like waterfront parks and good restaurants. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City is luring tourists to the area. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This March 9, 2013 photo shows one of many ethnic restaurants in Astoria, in the New York City borough of Queens. "Best Burek in Town" reads the canopy of the Djerdan Burek restaurant and bakery, which serves food from the Balkan region, including bureks, which are coils of yeasty, flaky dough filled with ground beef, spinach or cheese. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City have much to offer tourists, from moderately priced hotels to museums, waterfront parksand lots of ethnic food. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 9, 2013 photo shows one of many ethnic restaurants in Astoria, in the New York City borough of Queens. "Best Burek in Town" reads the canopy of the Djerdan Burek restaurant and bakery, which serves food from the Balkan region, including bureks, which are coils of yeasty, flaky dough filled with ground beef, spinach or cheese. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City have much to offer tourists, from moderately priced hotels to museums, waterfront parksand lots of ethnic food. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows the view from inside a room at the Z, a boutique hotel in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The Z is one of 20 hotels in the neighborhood that are luring tourists to the Queens side of the East River with moderate prices. Every room has a view of Manhattan’s skyline and the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge, also known as the 59th Street Bridge. Tourists will also find museums, waterfront parks and good restaurants in the area, along with easy access to Manhattan. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 6, 2013 photo shows the view from inside a room at the Z, a boutique hotel in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The Z is one of 20 hotels in the neighborhood that are luring tourists to the Queens side of the East River with moderate prices. Every room has a view of Manhattan’s skyline and the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge, also known as the 59th Street Bridge. Tourists will also find museums, waterfront parks and good restaurants in the area, along with easy access to Manhattan. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image  shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)

    This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)

  • This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)

    This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)

  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows "Raymond & Toby," a 1994 sculpture by John Ahearn at Socrates Sculpture Park in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York.  The waterfront park is one of several art-related attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City has begun luring tourists to the area. Along with museums, parks, hotels and ethnic restaurants, the area is still home to a large industrial base, from auto shops to factories. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 6, 2013 photo shows "Raymond & Toby," a 1994 sculpture by John Ahearn at Socrates Sculpture Park in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The waterfront park is one of several art-related attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City has begun luring tourists to the area. Along with museums, parks, hotels and ethnic restaurants, the area is still home to a large industrial base, from auto shops to factories. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This 2012 photo supplied by Outward Bound shows climbers on a five-story climbing wall on the side of the organization’s New York City headquarters in Long Island City, a neighborhood in the borough of Queens. Long Island City is experiencing a hotel boom that’s attracting tourists, and the climbing wall is  one of a number of things to do in the area, which, along with  the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria , offers waterfront parks, museums, and good restaurants.(AP Photo/Outward Bound, Jeff Grinnell)

    This 2012 photo supplied by Outward Bound shows climbers on a five-story climbing wall on the side of the organization’s New York City headquarters in Long Island City, a neighborhood in the borough of Queens. Long Island City is experiencing a hotel boom that’s attracting tourists, and the climbing wall is one of a number of things to do in the area, which, along with the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria , offers waterfront parks, museums, and good restaurants.(AP Photo/Outward Bound, Jeff Grinnell)

  • This undated photo provided by Steinway & Sons shows factory craftsmen working at the rim-bending process at the Steinway piano factory, located in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York City. The factory offers tours to the public but reservations fill up and must be made months in advance. The industrial heritage of Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City is part of what makes the area an  interesting place to visit. Tourists can also enjoy the area’s museums, waterfront parks, ethnic food and moderately priced hotels. (AP Photo/Steinway & Sons, Chris Payne)

    This undated photo provided by Steinway & Sons shows factory craftsmen working at the rim-bending process at the Steinway piano factory, located in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York City. The factory offers tours to the public but reservations fill up and must be made months in advance. The industrial heritage of Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City is part of what makes the area an interesting place to visit. Tourists can also enjoy the area’s museums, waterfront parks, ethnic food and moderately priced hotels. (AP Photo/Steinway & Sons, Chris Payne)

  • This March  9, 2013 photo shows visitors at Astoria Park in the New York City borough of Queens. It's one of several waterfront parks  in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. The area also offers museums, a variety of ethnic restaurants and moderately priced hotels with easy access to Manhattan. The photo also shows the Triborough Bridge connecting Queens with the Bronx across the water. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 9, 2013 photo shows visitors at Astoria Park in the New York City borough of Queens. It's one of several waterfront parks in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. The area also offers museums, a variety of ethnic restaurants and moderately priced hotels with easy access to Manhattan. The photo also shows the Triborough Bridge connecting Queens with the Bronx across the water. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • FILE - This Nov. 15, 2012 file photo shows, from left, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence and Bailey Ryon posing for a portrait outside the Shubert Theatre in New York. The four young actresses share the title role in "Matilda the Musical" on Broadway. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)

    FILE - This Nov. 15, 2012 file photo shows, from left, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence and Bailey Ryon posing for a portrait outside the Shubert Theatre in New York. The four young actresses share the title role in "Matilda the Musical" on Broadway. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)

  • This theater publicity image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows the four actresses who share the title role in "Matilda The Musical," from left, Bailey Ryon, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, and Oona Laurence on stage at the Shubert Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joan Marcus)

    This theater publicity image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows the four actresses who share the title role in "Matilda The Musical," from left, Bailey Ryon, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, and Oona Laurence on stage at the Shubert Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joan Marcus)

  • This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

    This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)

  • This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image  shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)

    This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)

  • This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows sculptures at the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Astoria, in the Queens borough of New York. The late Noguchi, a Japanese-American sculptor known for his spare, modernist style, lived and worked in the building and created a museum for his works there. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City are home to several museums, in addition to attractions like waterfront parks and good restaurants. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City is luring tourists to the area. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This March 9, 2013 photo shows one of many ethnic restaurants in Astoria, in the New York City borough of Queens. "Best Burek in Town" reads the canopy of the Djerdan Burek restaurant and bakery, which serves food from the Balkan region, including bureks, which are coils of yeasty, flaky dough filled with ground beef, spinach or cheese. Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City have much to offer tourists, from moderately priced hotels to museums, waterfront parksand lots of ethnic food. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows the view from inside a room at the Z, a boutique hotel in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The Z is one of 20 hotels in the neighborhood that are luring tourists to the Queens side of the East River with moderate prices. Every room has a view of Manhattan’s skyline and the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge, also known as the 59th Street Bridge. Tourists will also find museums, waterfront parks and good restaurants in the area, along with easy access to Manhattan. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image  shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)
  • This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)
  • This March 6, 2013 photo shows "Raymond & Toby," a 1994 sculpture by John Ahearn at Socrates Sculpture Park in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York.  The waterfront park is one of several art-related attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. A boom in moderately priced hotels in Long Island City has begun luring tourists to the area. Along with museums, parks, hotels and ethnic restaurants, the area is still home to a large industrial base, from auto shops to factories. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This 2012 photo supplied by Outward Bound shows climbers on a five-story climbing wall on the side of the organization’s New York City headquarters in Long Island City, a neighborhood in the borough of Queens. Long Island City is experiencing a hotel boom that’s attracting tourists, and the climbing wall is  one of a number of things to do in the area, which, along with  the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria , offers waterfront parks, museums, and good restaurants.(AP Photo/Outward Bound, Jeff Grinnell)
  • This undated photo provided by Steinway & Sons shows factory craftsmen working at the rim-bending process at the Steinway piano factory, located in the Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York City. The factory offers tours to the public but reservations fill up and must be made months in advance. The industrial heritage of Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City is part of what makes the area an  interesting place to visit. Tourists can also enjoy the area’s museums, waterfront parks, ethnic food and moderately priced hotels. (AP Photo/Steinway & Sons, Chris Payne)
  • This March  9, 2013 photo shows visitors at Astoria Park in the New York City borough of Queens. It's one of several waterfront parks  in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. The area also offers museums, a variety of ethnic restaurants and moderately priced hotels with easy access to Manhattan. The photo also shows the Triborough Bridge connecting Queens with the Bronx across the water. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • FILE - This Nov. 15, 2012 file photo shows, from left, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence and Bailey Ryon posing for a portrait outside the Shubert Theatre in New York. The four young actresses share the title role in "Matilda the Musical" on Broadway. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)
  • This theater publicity image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows the four actresses who share the title role in "Matilda The Musical," from left, Bailey Ryon, Milly Shapiro, Sophia Gennusa, and Oona Laurence on stage at the Shubert Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joan Marcus)
  • This March 7, 2013 photo shows the bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront of Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York. The beloved landmark can be seen from across the river in Manhattan. At one time the sign was located at the site of a local soda bottling factory. The factory no longer exists but the popular sign, which dates to the 1930s, was preserved as part of a waterfront park called Gantry Plaza State Park. In the distance the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and the smokestacks of a power generating plant are visible. The area is becoming popular with tourists due to a boom there in moderately priced hotels.(AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)
  • This undated image provided by the Museum of the Moving Image  shows young visitors encountering Yoda, the "Star Wars" character, in the museum's core exhibition "Behind the Screen," in Astoria section of the Queens borough of New York. The artifact, which was a gift to the museum from Stuart Freeborn, is one of a number of items related to popular movies on display at the museum, which also offers hands-on exhibits ranging from old video games to equipment that lets visitors dub their own voices into a scene from a famous film. The Museum of the Moving Image is one of a number of attractions in Astoria and the adjacent neighborhood of Long Island City. Tourists are turning up in Long Island City these days because of a hotel boom there. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Brian Palmer)

A hotel boom is luring tourists out of Manhattan and across the East River to the Queens neighborhood of Long Island City, where 15 hotels have opened since 2006, from boutiques to chains. Many of them boast not just lower rates than hotels in Manhattan but also great views of the city skyline and easy access by subway, taxi or even ferry.

Just don’t be put off by the area’s factories, warehouses, and parking lots – not to mention the towering red and white smokestacks of
the nearby Ravenswood
power plant. While Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria offer many attractions, including waterfront parks, museums and good restaurants, industrial heritage remains a vibrant part of the local identity.

There’s also a famous bridge here. No, not the Brooklyn Bridge, but the Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge, named for the city’s late mayor but commonly called the 59th Street Bridge. Simon & Garfunkel fans may recall that the 1960s song “Feelin’ Groovy” was subtitled “The 59th Street Bridge Song.” Many Long Island City hotels offer views of the picturesque bridge.

Nhi Pham, 21, a student from Orlando, Fla., stayed at the Z NYC Hotel in Long Island City recently after finding a $139 rate on Groupon. “The hotel room had one wall that was all windows and it was so nice waking up to that amazing Manhattan skyline and view of the bridge without having to pay a really high price for it,” she said.

Priceline.com prices for two-star hotels in Long Island City for a Saturday in March ranged from $139 to $209, compared to $143 to $349 on Manhattan’s East Side near Grand Central Terminal. The growth in Queens hotels has coincided with a push by NYC & Company, the city’s tourism agency, to bring visitors to the boroughs outside Manhattan.

“I would definitely stay in Long Island City again,” Pham said. “It was a very industrial area, but I thought that was fascinating.”

Many points of interest in Long Island City and neighboring Astoria are related to the area’s industrial heritage. The famous Steinway piano factory opened in Astoria in the 1870s; today, free factory tours fill up months in advance. One of Long Island City’s best-known landmarks is a bright red Pepsi-Cola sign on the waterfront, visible from across the river in Manhattan. The sign once marked a local soda bottling plant; the plant closed but the sign was preserved in Gantry Plaza State Park, which offers boardwalks, piers and skyline views.

Filmmaking is another local industry. The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria is housed in a building that was part of a 1920s film studio that made silent and early sound films. The studio was revived three decades ago as Kaufman Astoria Studios; modern production credits range from Sesame Street to Men in Black 3.

The Museum of the Moving Image’s artifacts range from early cameras and projectors to costumes and props from Star Wars. Screenings include silent movies with live music, classics and the avant-garde. The museum’s hands-on exhibits are especially fun: Play old arcade games like Pac-Man, dub your voice into a clip of Dorothy from the original Wizard of Oz or put rock music into the soundtrack of an old Western movie.

A few blocks away, the Noguchi Museum offers a sublime collection of the late Isamu Noguchi’s spare, modernist stone sculptures, along with a compelling film about the artist’s career and
unusual childhood with a Japanese father and American mother. Noguchi created the museum in the building where he lived and worked, on a residential street surrounded by parking lots and warehouses. Nearby, the waterfront Socrates Sculpture Park displays work outdoors by various contemporary artists.

Another major destination for art lovers is MoMA PS1, part of the Museum of Modern Art, located in a former Long Island City public school. The museum’s mission is to display contemporary art, so if you’re looking for Monet, you’d better take the E train back into Manhattan and head to MoMA’s main museum. Some recent exhibits include mixed-media objects that explore religious iconography – some made from everyday material like tin foil and glitter – by Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt. Opening in May is a multimedia exhibition with environmental themes.

PS1’s extraordinary cafeteria M. Wells Dinette is a must for foodies. The menu offers adventurous items like bone marrow tarts along with less edgy fare like borsht, oysters, juniper potato salad and hot toddies. The cafe cancelled plans to serve horse meat after an outcry.

Speaking of food, ask a New Yorker about Astoria and you may be told, “That’s where you go for Greek food.” Although it’s known as a Greek-American neighborhood, Astoria’s immigrant population and restaurants are quite diverse. For example, Djerdan, a Balkan eatery, advertises the “Best Burek in Town!” – referring to yummy coiled dough filled with meat, spinach or cheese.

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