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Photos courtesy Re.Union

The stretch of Williamsburg luxury rentals that houses Patisserie Tomoko just got a chic new coffee bar.

Eldad and Inna Mashiach, a husband-and-wife team that recently emigrated from Israel, opened Re.Union on — you guessed it — Union Street this Monday. So far, business has been good. “We were actually laughing that all the plates that we’re taking back to the kitchen are clean,” Eldad says.

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That’s no surprise, given a menu that boasts fresh, local, homemade ingredients. Sandwiches include beet-and-vodka-cured salmon served over a toasted baguette with butter, scallions and tomato juice ($12); balsamic vinegar, blueberries and brown sugar reduction over goat cheese with arugula on top ($9); and a fancy grilled cheese with cheddar, tomato jam and smoked bacon ($10).

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Re.Union works with local businesses for their coffee and pastries, too. They serve Stumptown Coffee and fresh Balthazar pastries in the morning, and also have cold-brew on tap.

Here’s the place’s kind of amazing Brooklyn-themed wallpaper, complete with drawings of the Cyclone and Biggie.

(Courtesy of Re.Union)

Re.Union, 544 Union Ave., nr. N. 10th St., Williamsburg