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Eating here might seem like a blessed event. First, the owners christened this breakfast, lunch, and dinner café their "little miracle" in gold letters above the bar. And second, they have become quite popular for one particular dessert: wedding cake. Miracle Mile shoppers long ago discovered this great stopping point for a slice of the almond-tinged yellow cake with apricot filling and buttercream frosting. But just because there's a selection of loose teas in the back, housed above a display case highlighting decadent cakes and pastries, don't be fooled. This is not a froufrou bakery. It's mostly a sophisticated Euro-style café with a menu comprising predominantly Spanish, Italian, French, and Belgian eats. There are tortillas Catalañas with chorizo and white beans; pasta carbonara; tuna Niçoise; and moules marinières. You mussel aficionados might also want to check out the moules frites: Prince Edward Island mussels prepared four ways - fromage bleu, marinière, chorizo, and ah bière (our fave) - with choice of draft beer or house white wine. The café also offers 40 wines by the glass at an average of only $6. And there are more than 50 types of beer, with a dozen on tap. Can't decide? Wine Spectator ratings are printed right on the wine list, and crafty cocktails made of fortified versions are available. Beer lovers can order a flight of brews for only $9. If you've yearned for a little European hangout in Coral Gables, Angelique might be the answer to your prayers.