Dining review

Mediterraneo Cafe a slice of Sicily in Pompano

 
 

Pasta with sardines
Pasta with sardines
Carline Jean / Sun Sentinel

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The Maggiore family — Sicilain-born Carmelo, wife Catherine and sons Michael and Joseph — had owned restaurants in New Jersey and Illinois, but decided they'd had enough of Northern winters. They opened Mediterraneo Café and Grill in Pompano Beach a year ago to serve Sicilian specialties, something they didn't see a lot of in South Florida.

"We take turns in the kitchen,” Michael Maggiore says. “In the morning, we prepare the sausage and the bread.”

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