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Best Of Winner

BEST OF MIAMI® 2004

This is the fifteenth edition of the Best of Miami. Fifteen years. Can it be? Can a decade and a half really have zoomed by since we awarded Best French Restaurant to Le Festival? Or decided that Little Nicky and the Slicks was the Best Local Blues Band? Or predicted...
Best Of Winner

BEST OF MIAMI® 2004

This is the fifteenth edition of the Best of Miami. Fifteen years. Can it be? Can a decade and a half really have zoomed by since we awarded Best French Restaurant to Le Festival? Or decided that Little Nicky and the Slicks was the Best Local Blues Band? Or predicted...
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Miami's Best Cuban Sandwiches: Getting Creative With Variations On The Traditional

3 years ago by Kareem Shaker
The Cuban sandwich. Just the mention la isla's one-time staple makes salivary glands go into overdrive. Its simple ingredients -- pork, ham, cheese, mustard, Cuban bread and pickles -- make for a surprisingly complex flavor.But there is a plethora of ways to prepare and serve the Cuban. Some prefer slices...
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No Cuban, No Problem

12 years ago by Brett Sokol
Were the Latin Grammys fixed by President Bush? Based on State Department documents Kulchur has received, that would certainly appear to be the case. Call it an only-in-Miami moment, one in which 2004 presidential politics collided head-on with Cuban music. And Cuba's musicians, who subsequently found themselves watching the Grammys...
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Little Bread Cuban Sandwich Co. to Open in Little Havana

6 months ago by Laine Doss
If Chicago has the hot dog and New York has the mile-high pastrami sandwich on rye, Miami's sandwich is the Cuban. (Though Tampa has its own claims on the lunchtime treat.) The origins of the Cuban date back to the late 1800s when it was the favorite midday meal of...
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