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Oct. 9--Saks Fifth Avenue, where a shopping spree could easily deplete your savings, doesn't want you to do that on an empty stomach or sore feet. So the New York retailer has paired up with a local restaurateur to build an in-store cafe in its Bal Harbour store -- a test Saks may expand to its other Florida stores.
"It's what we think we need," said Victoria Carter, Saks' vice president of operations and administration. "It's a respite where customers can go, rest a little bit, eat, contemplate their purchases and relax.
"We're looking to start up in one location and build new locations," Carter said.
Local restaurateur David Migicovsky is hoping that …