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Now open: Mangia Bevi at Palazzo Verdi

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People have been raving about Palazzo Verdi since the office building housing the Madden Museum of Art as well as the Atrium event space debuted last month. And now Mangia Bevi is giving them more reason to applaud. The European-style cafe, created by Larry DiPasquale and run by his Epicurean Catering  (which also caters at Palazzo Verd), officially opened yesterday, and will be serving breakfast, lunch, coffees and pastries -- all with an Italian twist.

Mangia Bevi is located at 6363 South Fiddler's Green Circle in Greenwood Village; for details, call 303-770-0877.

 

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