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Caffe Antico Restaurant Review: The Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University, which specializes in art and artifacts from the classical worlds, houses this casual lunch spot on its third floor. So after a morning of gazing at a superior collection of antiquities, you can dine under Caffè Antico’s striped ceiling that resembles a tent in the desert and enjoy homemade soup, a salad or a made-to-order sandwich on good bread. Hot entrées could include crab cakes rémoulade (also offered as an appetizer), chicken Florentine or a burger. Desserts vary daily, but look for the lemon layer cake. There are fine choices for children, making this a worthy spring break or rainy day outing. No alcohol is served.