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What people say

"This place is more hyped, usually with lines, and people are obsessed. It's not a big deal if you miss it, but it's a good option if you're in Palermo Hollywood and need some vegetables or a break from all the city's empanadas and pizzas. Portions are very generous, and what I like the most is the store inside with natural products, organic cosmetics, agendas, zero-waste products, etc."
"For those who take a holistic approach to dining, this bohemian restaurant will be very much up your alley. Artemisia's menu features a range of dishes made with the finest organic ingredients including hearty soups, nourishing bowls, and flavorful quiches and wraps."
"One of my favorite, cozy, health food eateries. They specialize in organic vegetarian dishes, homemade bread, and brunch/merienda options, though also have a lovely atmosphere for a glass of wine in the evening. "

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