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Lemoni Café: New Menu, New Look, New Beer and Wine License

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Lemoni Café is the Cheers of panini shops. When you walk in, you feel like family.

Since March 2008, when Eugenia Pelati and Assia Dahrouch opened just north of the Design District in the Buena Vista neighborhood, they've attracted social and mainstream media attention, a faithful clientele, and recognition for their quality of product and service.

Lemoni recently got its beer and wine license. There's also a revamped interior and an updated menu and. New offerings are culled from old reliables and a year's worth of daily specials.

The menu includes 20 panini between $7.50 and $8.99, and about that many sandwiches & wraps, and salads along with coffee, tea, desserts, bites and favorites. Lemoni Cafe also won our Best Smoothie in Miami for 2009. Here are some photos.

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