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La Mia Focaccia

6303 Powerline Rd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-2038


  • Delivery, Takeout
A longstanding establishment and lunch spot, La Mia Focaccia, has been dishing out some amazing eats for close to 20 years. The owner and her son bring a taste of authentic Italian cuisine to the area with their line of fresh-made focaccia and panini breads baked daily, and on-premise. Free of preservatives, and topped with fresh organic herbs grown from the owner's own garden. They include rosemary and garlic; artichoke and olive; and tomato, basil and garlic -- soft, fresh breads the size of small plate. Sandwiches include ingredients like grilled eggplants, roasted peppers, sundried tomatoes, broccoli rabe, prosciutto, and homemade Italian sausage. Once you've managed to narrow down the options, they'll assemble your sandwich in front of you, and throw it under the panini press to melt cheese and toast the bread. A crowd favorite: #21, a combination of spinach, smoked mozzarella, roasted peppers, and chicken.

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