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Originally two popular locations in South Beach, David’s is now one in an entirely different spot. But it’s the same great, casual diner fare. Known for fresh, hot breakfasts and café con leches – as well as crunchy Cuban sandwiches – this second generation-run restaurant continues to welcome the community. 919 Alton Road, South Beach +1 305 534 8736 http://davidscafecafecito.com
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David's Cafe Cafecito
919 Alton Rd
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Originally two popular locations in South Beach, David’s is now one in an entirely different spot. But it’s the same great, casual diner fare. Known for fresh, hot breakfasts and café con leches – as well as crunchy Cuban sandwiches – this second generation-run restaurant continues to welcome the community. 919 Alton Road, South Beach +1 305 534 8736 http://davidscafecafecito.com
Owned and run by the Garcia family since 1977, Islas Canarias is as dependable as thunderstorms in the tropics. Cuban and Spanish dishes include a homemade tamal, yellow rice with chicken and sweet plantains, and meatballs Catalan style, served with rice and house-cooked potato chips. 13695 SW 26th Street, Tamiami +1 305 559 6666 http://islascanariasrestaurant.com
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Islas Canarias Restaurant
13695 SW 26th St
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Owned and run by the Garcia family since 1977, Islas Canarias is as dependable as thunderstorms in the tropics. Cuban and Spanish dishes include a homemade tamal, yellow rice with chicken and sweet plantains, and meatballs Catalan style, served with rice and house-cooked potato chips. 13695 SW 26th Street, Tamiami +1 305 559 6666 http://islascanariasrestaurant.com
CVI.CHE 105 is a nine-year award-winning Peruvian restaurant located in the cosmopolitan city of Miami. Known for our vast selection of creative and unique ceviches, among several other traditional dishes, CVI.CHE 105 has risen to represent Peruvian gastronomy in one of the most important destinations in the United States, conquering the most demanding palates locally and nationwide. http://www.ceviche105.com/site/
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CVI.CHE 105
105 Northeast 3rd Avenue
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CVI.CHE 105 is a nine-year award-winning Peruvian restaurant located in the cosmopolitan city of Miami. Known for our vast selection of creative and unique ceviches, among several other traditional dishes, CVI.CHE 105 has risen to represent Peruvian gastronomy in one of the most important destinations in the United States, conquering the most demanding palates locally and nationwide. http://www.ceviche105.com/site/
Emilio and Gloria Estefan have been running restaurants in Miami almost as long as they’ve been making music in it. This one has the high-style vibe you’d expect, along with soul-stirring beats. Try the bacon-wrapped maduros (sweet plantain) with queso blanco (white cheese) and guava cream for a cultural explosion on the palate. 140 NE 39th Street #133, Miami Design District +1 786 843 3880 http://estefankitchen.comEmilio and Gloria Estefan have been running restaurants in Miami almost as long as they’ve been making music in it. This one has the high-style vibe you’d expect, along with soul-stirring beats. Try the bacon-wrapped maduros (sweet plantain) with queso blanco (white cheese) and guava cream for a cultural explosion on the palate. 140 NE 39th Street #133, Miami Design District +1 786 843 3880 http://estefankitchen.com
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Estefan Kitchen
140 NE 39th St
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Emilio and Gloria Estefan have been running restaurants in Miami almost as long as they’ve been making music in it. This one has the high-style vibe you’d expect, along with soul-stirring beats. Try the bacon-wrapped maduros (sweet plantain) with queso blanco (white cheese) and guava cream for a cultural explosion on the palate. 140 NE 39th Street #133, Miami Design District +1 786 843 3880 http://estefankitchen.comEmilio and Gloria Estefan have been running restaurants in Miami almost as long as they’ve been making music in it. This one has the high-style vibe you’d expect, along with soul-stirring beats. Try the bacon-wrapped maduros (sweet plantain) with queso blanco (white cheese) and guava cream for a cultural explosion on the palate. 140 NE 39th Street #133, Miami Design District +1 786 843 3880 http://estefankitchen.com
Miami’s freshest Mexican street food experience. At Coyo Taco, guacamole is smashed to order and tortillas are handcrafted on-site in an authentic Mexican tradition. Vegetables are farm fresh and locally sourced. meat and seafood are naturally raised and humanely treated. Aguas frescas and margaritas are made from scratch. staying true to our todo fresco, or ‘everything fresh’ philosophy, our ingredients are 100% natural. http://coyo-taco.com/
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Coyo Taco
2300 Northwest 2nd Avenue
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Miami’s freshest Mexican street food experience. At Coyo Taco, guacamole is smashed to order and tortillas are handcrafted on-site in an authentic Mexican tradition. Vegetables are farm fresh and locally sourced. meat and seafood are naturally raised and humanely treated. Aguas frescas and margaritas are made from scratch. staying true to our todo fresco, or ‘everything fresh’ philosophy, our ingredients are 100% natural. http://coyo-taco.com/
From ham croquetas and maraquitas (plantain chips with garlicky mojo) to main courses of lechon asado (roasted pork) and picadillo (ground beef) with Creole sauce, the classics are all represented at this long-standing favorite. Formally dressed servers are quick to greet families and serve Cuban rolls. 12727 Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami +1 305 899 9069 http://littlehavanarestaurant.com
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Little Havana Restaurant
12727 Biscayne Boulevard
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From ham croquetas and maraquitas (plantain chips with garlicky mojo) to main courses of lechon asado (roasted pork) and picadillo (ground beef) with Creole sauce, the classics are all represented at this long-standing favorite. Formally dressed servers are quick to greet families and serve Cuban rolls. 12727 Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami +1 305 899 9069 http://littlehavanarestaurant.com
Ball & Chain bar and lounge and the building it occupies offers a history as colorful and as fascinating as any structure on this portion of Calle Ocho, an area increasingly considered to be the center of Little Havana.
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Ball & Chain
1513 Southwest 8th Street
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Ball & Chain bar and lounge and the building it occupies offers a history as colorful and as fascinating as any structure on this portion of Calle Ocho, an area increasingly considered to be the center of Little Havana.
Lung Yai Thai Tapas, a Veteran Cook's Passion Project, Breathes Fire in Little Havana Miami New Times A Bangkok-born chef wakes up taste buds with his authentic Thai flavors at this Little Havana haven, serving salty, sweet, sour and hot dishes ranging from red and green curries to pholike palo moo.
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Lung Yai Thai Tapas
1731 SW 8th St
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Lung Yai Thai Tapas, a Veteran Cook's Passion Project, Breathes Fire in Little Havana Miami New Times A Bangkok-born chef wakes up taste buds with his authentic Thai flavors at this Little Havana haven, serving salty, sweet, sour and hot dishes ranging from red and green curries to pholike palo moo.
Drinks
It’s always the 1920s in this classy joint, where the cocktails are updated takes on tradition. For instance, the French 75 uses Prosecco instead of Champagne and the Mojito adds fresh raspberries to its fresh mint. However, a globally oriented food menu ensures that you remember the actual century that you’re in. 3404 N Miami Avenue, Midtown +1 305 438 9199 http://prohibitionmiami.com
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Prohibition Restaurant and Speakeasy
3404 North Miami Avenue
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It’s always the 1920s in this classy joint, where the cocktails are updated takes on tradition. For instance, the French 75 uses Prosecco instead of Champagne and the Mojito adds fresh raspberries to its fresh mint. However, a globally oriented food menu ensures that you remember the actual century that you’re in. 3404 N Miami Avenue, Midtown +1 305 438 9199 http://prohibitionmiami.com
Named after a Colonial ship, the Revolutionary War-themed bar Nancy is run by renowned mixologists and features live music programming. Try the secret, off-menu drink, the ‘VIP Captain’s Call’: your favorite base spirits and flavor profiles custom crafted and served in a take-home octopus glass. 2007 SW 8th Street, Little Havana +1 305 397 8971 http://nancy305.com
Bar Nancy
2007 SW 8th St
Named after a Colonial ship, the Revolutionary War-themed bar Nancy is run by renowned mixologists and features live music programming. Try the secret, off-menu drink, the ‘VIP Captain’s Call’: your favorite base spirits and flavor profiles custom crafted and served in a take-home octopus glass. 2007 SW 8th Street, Little Havana +1 305 397 8971 http://nancy305.com
In business since 1982, this bar is a study in Spanish relics, with vintage costumes from matadors to futbol players to flamenco dancers decorating the walls. It’s also a retrogressive homage to gin, with 18 different brands available. 448 Española Way, South Beach +1 305 538 8272 http://tapasytintos.com
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Tapas & Tintos
448 Española Way
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In business since 1982, this bar is a study in Spanish relics, with vintage costumes from matadors to futbol players to flamenco dancers decorating the walls. It’s also a retrogressive homage to gin, with 18 different brands available. 448 Española Way, South Beach +1 305 538 8272 http://tapasytintos.com
This hometown hideout, founded by the late John Lermayer and longtime hospitality pros Dan Binkiewicz and David Martinez, combines discretion and erudition. The décor is classic neighborhood lounge; the cocktails and fare seriously inventive. From the ‘Panamaniac’ to the ‘Cauliflower Nachos!’ the drinks and dishes endear from the get go. 237-B 20th Street, South Beach +1 305 763 8217 http://mysweetliberty.com
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Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply
237 20th St
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This hometown hideout, founded by the late John Lermayer and longtime hospitality pros Dan Binkiewicz and David Martinez, combines discretion and erudition. The décor is classic neighborhood lounge; the cocktails and fare seriously inventive. From the ‘Panamaniac’ to the ‘Cauliflower Nachos!’ the drinks and dishes endear from the get go. 237-B 20th Street, South Beach +1 305 763 8217 http://mysweetliberty.com
Souveniers
Like any professional team, the Miami Heat has its ups and downs. But the last decade has seen more of those ups, and even its downs don’t seem so low. Celebrate the heart this team displays, no matter who gets traded, by purchasing a jersey at a game. It’ll make you feel warm all over. at: American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown +1 786 777 1000 http://aaarena.com
The Miami HEAT Store at AmericanAirlines Arena
601 Biscayne Boulevard
Like any professional team, the Miami Heat has its ups and downs. But the last decade has seen more of those ups, and even its downs don’t seem so low. Celebrate the heart this team displays, no matter who gets traded, by purchasing a jersey at a game. It’ll make you feel warm all over. at: American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown +1 786 777 1000 http://aaarena.com
TROPICAL HOT SAUCE As the name suggests, this popular Latin restaurant specializes in pig products. To go with its grilled, fried and roasted pork dishes, it serves – and sells – bottles of Garlic Serrano, Caribbean Lime, Red Habanero and Habanero Mango hot sauces. Buy one or all four with a carrier and take Miami’s heat with you. at: La Esquina del Lechón, 8601 NW 58th Street, #101 Doral +1 305 640 3041 http://esquinalechon.com
La Esquina Del Lechon
8601 NW 58th St
TROPICAL HOT SAUCE As the name suggests, this popular Latin restaurant specializes in pig products. To go with its grilled, fried and roasted pork dishes, it serves – and sells – bottles of Garlic Serrano, Caribbean Lime, Red Habanero and Habanero Mango hot sauces. Buy one or all four with a carrier and take Miami’s heat with you. at: La Esquina del Lechón, 8601 NW 58th Street, #101 Doral +1 305 640 3041 http://esquinalechon.com
Fashion designers shopping
Julian Chang brings his designs to wearable life just north of a Trina Turk boutique. Known for his beautiful tailoring and structured, contemporary, playful looks, Peruvian native Chang has been a long-time favorite for locals for both off-the-rack outfits and custom cocktail pieces. 7246 Biscayne Boulevard, MiMo District/Upper East Side +1 786 857 6934 http://julianchangboutique.com
Julian Chang Boutique
7246 Biscayne Blvd
Julian Chang brings his designs to wearable life just north of a Trina Turk boutique. Known for his beautiful tailoring and structured, contemporary, playful looks, Peruvian native Chang has been a long-time favorite for locals for both off-the-rack outfits and custom cocktail pieces. 7246 Biscayne Boulevard, MiMo District/Upper East Side +1 786 857 6934 http://julianchangboutique.com
Flea market
Since 1987, this sprawling market – which includes a generous farmers’ market – has been enticing visitors to the Redland and Homestead farming regions. In fact, it started with vegetables, and has since expanded over 27 acres to include all sorts of goods, including antiques, leather (especially cowboy boots), tools, toys, and jewelry. Thursday-Sunday. 24420 S Dixie Highway, Redland +1 305 257 4335 http://redlandmarketvillage.com
Redland Market Village
24420 S Dixie Hwy
Since 1987, this sprawling market – which includes a generous farmers’ market – has been enticing visitors to the Redland and Homestead farming regions. In fact, it started with vegetables, and has since expanded over 27 acres to include all sorts of goods, including antiques, leather (especially cowboy boots), tools, toys, and jewelry. Thursday-Sunday. 24420 S Dixie Highway, Redland +1 305 257 4335 http://redlandmarketvillage.com
Murals
Street art gets legitimate in this open-air installation museum and gardens for large-scale graffiti. The complex, envisioned by Goldman Properties, includes museum shops and restaurants that all reflect the Miami art scene and Wynwood warehouse vibe. Free of charge, even during Second Saturday Artwalks. 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Midtown +1 305 531 4411 http://thewynwoodwalls.com
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Wynwood Walls
2520 Northwest 2nd Avenue
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Street art gets legitimate in this open-air installation museum and gardens for large-scale graffiti. The complex, envisioned by Goldman Properties, includes museum shops and restaurants that all reflect the Miami art scene and Wynwood warehouse vibe. Free of charge, even during Second Saturday Artwalks. 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Midtown +1 305 531 4411 http://thewynwoodwalls.com
Night life
This elegant Mediterranean restaurant and lounge is run by a partnership of nightlife veterans. Thus the entertainment programming is ever changing, from DJ sets to operatic performances to sax solos. Open since 2012, it’s dependable for fine dining on artichoke gnocchi and seat dancing the night away. https://villaazurmiami.com/
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Villa Azur
309 23rd Street
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This elegant Mediterranean restaurant and lounge is run by a partnership of nightlife veterans. Thus the entertainment programming is ever changing, from DJ sets to operatic performances to sax solos. Open since 2012, it’s dependable for fine dining on artichoke gnocchi and seat dancing the night away. https://villaazurmiami.com/
It’s no secret that this long-running nightclub, luxe to the max, has one of the strictest door policies in town. If you want to dance to house music under those LED strobes with the other nightlife hoi polloi, it’s dress – or in the case of South Beach, un-dress – to impress. 1921 Collins Avenue, South Beach +1 305 532 0727 http://myntlounge.com
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Mynt Ultralounge
1921 Collins Avenue
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It’s no secret that this long-running nightclub, luxe to the max, has one of the strictest door policies in town. If you want to dance to house music under those LED strobes with the other nightlife hoi polloi, it’s dress – or in the case of South Beach, un-dress – to impress. 1921 Collins Avenue, South Beach +1 305 532 0727 http://myntlounge.com
One of the most decadent nightclubs on South Beach, Mr. Jones has kicked it up so high the partying is stratospheric. For aficionados who know their DJs, Purge Tuesdays and Varsity Fridays are all about hip-hop. But it’s the themed, music-driven bottle service parades that grab the attention of drinkers and listeners alike. 320 Lincoln Road, South Beach +1 305 602 3117 http://mrjonesmiami.com
MR JONES
320 Lincoln Rd
One of the most decadent nightclubs on South Beach, Mr. Jones has kicked it up so high the partying is stratospheric. For aficionados who know their DJs, Purge Tuesdays and Varsity Fridays are all about hip-hop. But it’s the themed, music-driven bottle service parades that grab the attention of drinkers and listeners alike. 320 Lincoln Road, South Beach +1 305 602 3117 http://mrjonesmiami.com
Rockwell brings the perfect storm of LA cool, New York music and Miami energy to the space with this venture. Located on Washington avenue, the concept pays homage to Miami's rich history in nightlife, a rebirth of the space that formerly held the exclusive South Beach hotspots including Les brains and chaos. https://rockwellmiami.com/
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Rockwell Miami
743 Washington Ave
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Rockwell brings the perfect storm of LA cool, New York music and Miami energy to the space with this venture. Located on Washington avenue, the concept pays homage to Miami's rich history in nightlife, a rebirth of the space that formerly held the exclusive South Beach hotspots including Les brains and chaos. https://rockwellmiami.com/