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Shangri-La Is Now Maci Cafe

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Since Massimo Ruffinazzi, who was born and raised in Italy and then was a chef/partner at Il Fornaio, took over the Shangri-La coffee house in LoHi three years ago, he's given neighbors plenty of reasons to hang out there. Great coffee, for starters, as well as homemade breads, salumi plates and salad. And now he's truly making the place his own. See also: 100 Favorite Dishes -- Truffo Panino From Shangi-La Shangri-La is officially turning into Maci Cafe, as the chalkboard on the sidewalk announced yesterday; the new sign is going up today. The interior has already gotten an update -- but the menu still features that same unbeatable lineup, including the town's best panini.


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