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New York Times kirjoittaa Jaskan Grillistä

New York Times: Helsinki’s Grub Club

I first learned about Jaskan Grilli at a bar called Tori, in the Punavuori district, Helsinki’s pleasantly chill answer to Manhattan’s West Village. Lotta, a stylish young Finn, explained the basics: The Grilli has been around for about 25 years, it opens at 7:30 p.m. and closes at 4:30 in the morning, and it’s where everyone goes when the bars close. It’s known for sandwiches crammed with ambiguous meat stuffs and covered in outlandish quantities of raw garlic. “If you were to hang out at Jaskan Grilli for two weeks, you would meet the who’s who of Finland,” she said. “And the who’s not.”

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