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At the end of your meal at Yew Seafood and Bar, when you’ve capped off your seafood entrée with a creative dessert and coffee and feel like you can’t possibly take in anything more, your server will arrive with two treats for the table. The first is a small plate with two homemade chocolates shaped like fish sitting atop what looks like a spread of sand, but in actuality is finely ground crumbs. The edible beach scene is a little treat from the chef to cap off your meal, and he also sends out a take-home gift as well in the form of a breakfast power cookie. Executive chef Ned Bell uses dark chocolate, locally sourced cranberries and blueberries, a mix of seeds, oats, spelt and local honey to create a hand-held breakfast you can enjoy the next morning (it’s wrapped carefully for transport). If you become enamored with the breakfast treat be sure to swing by Yew and grab the pre-made packages of six or 12 cookies for the road.