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Sylvano and Maida Bignon have owned GreenStreet Café for two decades. Last June, the couple rolled out Lulu, a younger, hipper version of their flagship venue. The indoor space is lounge-like, with a small bar and urban art splashed on the walls, but just about everyone chooses the outdoor seating. The single-page menu is a savvy compilation of 19 small plates, four sandwiches, six salads, five burgers, and a half-dozen entrées. Small plates are fresh and packed with flavor. Try the goat cheese croquettes, Brussels sprouts with orange glaze, corn-on-the-cob with shichimi spices, and bacon-wrapped, sausage-stuffed dates. Burgers are excellent, be it a beef, pork, turkey, or moist and tasty veggie patty culled from brown rice, black beans, and beets. Choose from some two dozen bottles of wine, each going for $25 ($8 per glass). Lulu is a hospitable stop where friends can gather and enjoy themselves over affordable wines and a smart selection of popular bites.