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November 04, 2014 Slideshows

Grove East Provisions is a charming little south side bodega 

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Inspired by the neighborhood markets he found every place he visited in Europe, guitarist-turned-shop-owner Barry Kinder brings the idea closer to home with his market-cafe Grove East Provisions. Bread is cooked on-site by Red Fox Baking -- one of the city's best -- and comfort foods such as meatloaf and BLTs abound. Save room for the chicken-noodle soup; it's destined to become Grove East's signature dish. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg
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The grilled veggie sandwich comes topped with zucchini, red pepper, caramelized onion, spinach and cheese.
Grove East Provisions storefront.
Owner Barry Kinder.
The chicken-noodle soup is made fresh every day.
Pumpkins on the display case.
Barry Kinder slices the freshly made bread from Red Fox Baking.
Soap for sale from South Compton Soap Co.
The Gelato cart.
Gelato from Gelateria Del Leone.
Grove East Provisions' counter area.
The produce case.
The drink cooler.
Booths in the dining area.
The club sandwich is made with turkey, ham, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheese and aioli.
Jenny Wilson of Red Fox Baking tends to the wood-burning over out back.
Jenny Wilson and Jake Marks of Red Fox Baking prepare Rugbrød (a Danish bread) in the Grove East kitchen.
Jake Marks prepares Rugbrød (a Danish bread) in the Grove East kitchen.
Red Fox Baking's sweet-potato pie and apple galette.
Red Fox Baking's salted chocolate rye cookies.
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The grilled veggie sandwich comes topped with zucchini, red pepper, caramelized onion, spinach and cheese.

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