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Greenstreet Cafe Restaurant Review: There is an interior with a brick-lined library and bar where one can get a bloody martini with cucumber vodka and tomato juice, but everyone covets a table on the swank side street terrace with oversize couches. The décor is Old Coconut Grove bohemian chic with wrought iron, engraved glass and bronze cherubs. Breakfast and brunch includes blueberry granola pancakes, Nutella-stuffed french toast and, for $95, scrambled eggs with caviar. This pup-friendly neighborhood hangout where folks meet over coffee and conversation day and night serves hummus, salmon dip and ceviche to nosh on followed by a lamb burger with goat cheese, half an herb-crusted rotisserie chicken, lobster ravioli or braised short rib pizza. Plan to arrive early for weekend brunch or wait up to an hour or more.