Sweet Times Gourmet & Cafe Now Open in Midtown

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The Shops at Midtown is phasing into architect Zyscovich's vision for an urban-suburb as shops, renters, and restaurants move into the place.

Another new joint, Sweet Times Gourmet & Cafe, is now open.

They serve baked goods, salads, sandwiches, and starting next week, sushi.

Their address is 451 NE First Avenue. They are located next door to Primo Pizza on the same street as The Cheese Course.


here is a thick cut turkey, bacon, swiss, lettuce, tomato, and blue

cheese dressing sandwich called The Blue. It cost $8, was served with a

side of potatoes, and tasted good.

Check out Sweet Times Gourmet & Cafe, now open in Midtown Miami.

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