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Klappenbach Bakery 

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KLAPPENBACH BAKERY Don't let the name fool you. There's a lot more to Klappenbach Bakery than pies, cookies, cupcakes and fresh-made bread. We stopped in for lunch and ordered the burger ($6.99), not expecting much. What came out of the kitchen wasn't just OK-for-a-bakery, it was great-for-a-burger-joint. The Angus beef was hand-patted and came in close to a third of a pound. It was well-seasoned and grilled, not over-done. The fixins — tomato, lettuce and pickles — were fresh as could be. Served with a side of homemade potato salad, it made for a near perfect lunch. For dessert, there's a selection of pies to choose from — caramel, lemon meringue, pecan, apple, chocolate and cherry. We chose the latter and were not disappointed. Added all up, it gets a little pricy (burgers, soft drinks and slices of pie for two will run you upwards of $27), but it's hard to complain about the quality. 108 W. 4th St., 870-352-7771. BL until 5 p.m. Tue.-Fri., 3 p.m. Sat. CC. No alcohol.

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