Babylon’s executive chef Jean Paul Fontaine, right, serves food at the quarterly Glenwood Faire block party April 17, 2016. The restaurant will soon relocate to another location while its current Dawson Street spot becomes an Italian restaurant.
Babylon’s executive chef Jean Paul Fontaine, right, serves food at the quarterly Glenwood Faire block party April 17, 2016. The restaurant will soon relocate to another location while its current Dawson Street spot becomes an Italian restaurant. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Babylon’s executive chef Jean Paul Fontaine, right, serves food at the quarterly Glenwood Faire block party April 17, 2016. The restaurant will soon relocate to another location while its current Dawson Street spot becomes an Italian restaurant. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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