Naples residents Ed Kane, Judy Kane, Roger Bray, Fay Bray and Beth Hills, left to right, converse while waiting for a table at the Dixie Moon Cafe, one of the few historic buildings left in Bonita Springs.  'You don't find places like this too often,' says Roger Bray.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Naples residents Ed Kane, Judy Kane, Roger Bray, Fay Bray and Beth Hills, left to right, converse while waiting for a table at the Dixie Moon Cafe, one of the few historic buildings left in Bonita Springs. "You don't find places like this too often," says Roger Bray.

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