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Businiess name:  Dolce Vita Bakery Cafe
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I have been coming here every morning for coffee for the last year and a half and I challenge you to find a better lattee or cappucino within a 15-mile radius (my drive to work!). One morning I tried their Greek Omelette and I was hooked. Now I have been known to drive 15 miles on a non-work day for it. I agree with nswolf's comment about the menu being small but there is noway I would agree with the comment ""nothing special""! I would love to know what breakfast restaurant she/he considers special???? Looking at his/her comment regarding ""the portions not being generous""; I'm guessing his/her idea of special is probably Denny's or Norm's or some other typical chain that caters to that portion of the ever-expanding US waistline population as opposed to the more self-controlled, quality-appreciative evolving US pallette?.

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