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South Pointe Espresso

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Segafredo Zanetti Espresso has opened yet another café, this one at 124 Collins Avenue -- they already operate one on Brickell, one in Bal Harbour, and about 570 more worldwide. Segafredo South Pointe will follow the same successful formula as the rest: Coffee, snacks, cocktails, a late night lounge scene with live music and DJ (from Thursday through Saturday until 3:00 a.m. or later), and a comfy, Euro-groovy ambiance with red leather couches indoors and an outdoor area made to look like a living room via a mix of eclectic antique furniture. Pillows are provided, but you'll have to bring your own European.

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