At first glance, The Local in Babylon may look like a sports bar — but this airy spot is turning out some of the best sandwiches on the South Shore, alongside an impressive tap list of mostly European beers.

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The house peppercorn roast beef sandwich comes on an onion roll layered with melted Swiss, arugula, pickled onions, and smoked horseradish at the Local in Babylon.

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The Local in Babylon serves an ecclectic sandwich menu and a variety of craft beers and German classics. It's near the Long Island Rail Road Station in the village.

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High ceilings, bright neutral tones and warm chandeliers, and high-top tables set the mood in the dining room of The Local in Babylon.

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The Local in Babylon has 14 rotating taps that serve mostly German and European brews with its sandwiches.

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Mini duck tacos are stuffed with local duck, shredded veggies, and mashed avocado, then slathered with maple-chipotle sauce at The Local in Babylon.

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A banh-mi sandwich of soy-chili braised pork, carrots, cucumbers and jalapeno-cilantro mayo comes on a toasted baguette at The Local in Babylon.

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Soft, warm pretzel sticks, topped with ham, Swiss cheese, pickle relish and cheddar-ale sauce, are served as a starter at The Local in Babylon.

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The warm pastrami-on-rye is topped with Swiss cheese, brussel slaw, and slivered Granny Smith apples, then smeared with honey-whole-grain mustard at the Local in Babylon.

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