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  • 2000 Cafe

    500 W. 49th St. Hialeah, FL 33012-3605
    305-828-0690

  • Adelita

    Adelita's Cafe

    2699 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33137
    305-576-1262

    http://www.adelitascafe.com Honduran cuisine is far from sophisticated, but the homey renditions at this café/market are a strong reminder that sometimes the simplest eating is the most satisfying. Numerous generically Latin American items -- like the ever-present churrasco -- are available, but much of the menu is a Honduras Greatest Hits list for curious foodies. Must-haves include baleadas, thick homemade flour tortillas filled with full-flavor refried beans plus two cheeses and topped with a healthy heap of shredded cabbage salad and fresh chimol salsa; and sopa de caracol, a coconut milk-enriched seafood soup packed with shrimp, conch, fish, and shell-on crab. Admittedly Adelita's exterior is a bit forbidding, but the two rooms inside have the friendly, festive feel of a well-loved neighborhood hangout, and the hours (early morning to late night, daily) as well as the prices are user-friendly; spending more than 10 bucks per person would be a struggle. More >>

  • Al's Coffee Shop

    2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-461-5919

    http://www.myspace.com/31482375 Yes, there is a real restaurant hidden behind the impulse items of a train station newsstand. You'll find only a table or two, which may already be taken by local cops or blue-collar worker bees, but this isn't really a place in which you sit and linger. It's an itty bitty shop tucked in the lobby of a BankAtlantic building. It lacks any shred of ambiance, unless convenience-store-chic is your style. For such a small place, it offers a large menu that includes salads, sandwiches, burgers, steak, and fajitas. Some of the best dishes are breakfast items such as a croqueta sandwich ($3.65) and omelet ($4.95 to $5.49). But we recommend you get the eats to-go -- no reason to feel claustrophobic while slurping a chicken noodle soup. More >>

  • Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

    Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

    13130 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami, FL 33181
    786-332-4254

    http://www.alaskacoffeeroasting.com Fairbanks, Alaska, and Miami aren't exactly sister cities. One's hot, one's cold. One's north, one's south. But coffee is the universal unifier -- hence the popularity of Alaska Coffee Co. This Biscayne Blvd. coffee shop and cafe serves up house-roasted beverages, plus sandwiches, pizzas, baked foods, soups and all kinds of other homemade goodies. It's a breath of fresh air from a city with one too many Starbucks. More >>

  • The Budious Warehouse

    74 NE 17th St. Miami, FL 33132
    352-246-3636

  • Buttercream Cupcakes & Coffee

    Buttercream Cupcakes & Coffee

    1411 Sunset Drive South Miami, FL 33143
    305-669-8181

    http://www.buttercreamcupcakes.com While cupcake shops in Miami have become almost as pervasive as the proverbial Starbucks, there's still a big difference between good, bad and imminently superior. At South Miami's Buttercream Cupcakes and Coffee, their impossibly moist treats are some of the city's best. One of the few locales whose sweets are all full sized (versus the popular minis), they have a rotating selection ranging from seasonal pumpkin and rich Nutella ganache to fluffy chocolate coconut and nutty vanilla peanut butter. Plus, they have an extensive menu of coffee options made with their specialty blends: espressos, caramel macchiatos, frosted dulce de leches -- even chai tea chocolate lattes. All served up by counter help a cut above the average. So go ahead - treat yo' self. More >>

  • Café Prima Pasta

    Café Prima Pasta

    414 71st St. Miami Beach, FL 33141-3016
    305-867-0106

    http://www.primapasta.com

  • Cafe Lago

    9333 NW 12th St. Miami, FL 33172
    305-591-9814

  • Cafe Ole

    1100 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139-2425
    305-673-6195

  • Cafe Tabac

    136 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-7235
    954-767-6253

  • Cauley Square Tea Room

    12310 SW 224th St. Cutler Bay, FL 33170
    305-258-0044

    http://www.cauleysquare.com If you like the work of Madeline l'Engle, Mary Norton, and C.S. Lewis, you will love the Cauley Square Tea Room. The outside dining area has tall hedges shaped like old school aristocrats, top hat and all. Plus, the wrought iron table, the gravel floor, and the garden, make it seem as if you stepped out of Miami and were grabbing a leisurely lunch in some hidden, undiscovered nook somewhere. Inside the restaurant is just as good -- you feel as if you could be inside a Georges Seurat painting. There are old things everywhere, and this includes the patrons. The Tea Room is mostly a gathering place for those in their mature years, but this adds to its charm. The atmosphere is quiet and peaceful -- just what you'd expect at an English tea. Food is a bit pricey, considering what it is and the sizes of portions, but you're really paying more for atmosphere. The French onion soup ($6.95) is one of the most ordered menu items, and consists of a rich, hearty broth, with lots of onions, lots of cheese, and a small amount of bread. The finger sandwich combination, finger sandwiches and ambrosia ($11.95), comes with a pineapple, marshmallow/sour cream mix and a few finger sandwiches, such as cream cheese and sliced olives, ham salad, and egg salad. Although the sandwiches are really quite delightful, the serving isn't even enough to satisfy one person. Cauley Square is a beautiful and magical place -- more for the ambiance than the food. More >>

  • Cerione's Italian Cafe

    6606 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-861-4877

    http://www.ceriones.com

  • Coconutz Fussion Cafe

    2408 S. State Road 7 Miramar, FL 33023-4059
    954-961-3334

  • Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar

    1601 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Ecletic Miami

    13227 NW 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33168
    305-974-1950

    facebook.com/eclecticmiami

  • Ecletic Miami

    13227 NW 7th Ave. Miami Gardens, FL 33168
    305-974-1950

    http://facebook.com/eclecticmiami

  • El Yoyito Restaurant Y Cafe

    495 E. 49th St. Hialeah, FL 33013-1867
    305-953-0701

    Sidle into this whole in the wall in East Hialeah and order what they do best: Cuban sammies. For more than a decade, Yoyito's has been serving up pan con bistec, medianoches and croquetas to people who aren't about to settle for anything less than the best. In this neighborhood, you better know your Cuban food -- and they do. More >>

  • Eternity Coffee Roasters

    Eternity Coffee Roasters

    117 SE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33131

    http://www.eternitycoffeeroasters.com To read more about this coffeehouse, click here. More >>

  • The Gallery Deli

    2030 S. Douglas Road (located on Minorca Ave.) Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-441-5441

  • Gigi Village

    off Lincoln Road at Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

    Opening TBA. To read more about this perspective restaurant, click here. More >>

  • Graffe Cafe

    2400 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-821-9484

    http://www.graffecafe.com

  • I Love Calle Ocho Cafe & Shop

    1547 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-643-3737

  • Kartell

    155 NE 40th St. Miami, FL 33137
    305-573-4010

    http://www.kartell.it

  • Lala's

    12325 NE 6th Ave. North Miami, FL 33161

    http://www.facebook.com/wordsandwine

  • Literary Cafe & Poetry Lounge

    933 NE 125th St. North Miami, FL 33161
    786-234-7638

    http://www.myspace.com/literarycafepoetrylounge

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