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Romeo’s Cafe Turns 10

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To celebrate his decade of success, owner Romeo Majano is offering complimentary champagne this Sunday, and each succeeding Sunday through April. Recently rated in the Zagat Guide as “Top Italian” restaurant in Miami, Romeo’s Café, on Coral Way, distinguishes itself via lack of a written menu. Chef Romeo visits each table of diners (there are just 28 seats), asks their preferences, and follows with a customized meal. The prix fixe three-course lunch is $35.00, six-course dinner is $80.00. And now it includes, on Sundays, Piper Heidsieck bubbly. -- Lee Klein

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