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  • R.K. Plaza

    1715 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33145

  • Raíces at Miller Drive Park

    5510 SW 94 Court Miami, FL 33165

  • The Rathskeller at UM

    1330 Miller Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146

  • Redland Market Village

    Redland Market Village

    24420 S. Dixie Highway Homestead, FL 33032

    Including stands selling everything from mattresses to cotton underwear, Bargain Town continues to be one of the best sources of cheap produce in Dade. Located across from a village of flea-market-like shops, the produce market occupies a large warehouse. It's full of dozens of types of fresh fruits and vegetables. While most farmers' markets and grocery stores sell avocados for $2 to $3 apiece, this market prices them around $1. Amid bountiful stacks of tomatillos, jackfruit, and okra are sacks of dried cinnamon, Jamaica flowers, and peppers. The majority of stands sell fruits and vegetables from out of state. During weekends, Roque de Castro, a 26-year-old University of Miami student, tends to his family's stand at the busy venue. "Miami has become all about the service industry," he says. "Now farmers have to become businessmen in addition to farmers."At the Redland Market Village, that business involves selling fresh jalapeños, Dora the Explorer towels, and car alarms. Nearly everyone converses in Spanish. Bachata music blasts, and food trucks sell elote. It's like a quick getaway to Central America without the need for a passport. More >>

  • Renaissance at the Gables

    Renaissance at the Gables

    2340 SW 32nd Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33145
    305-445-1313 Sitting on SW 32 Avenue, in a mostly residential area, Renaissance at the Gables is more than just a restaurant. The large structure houses a restaurant, banquet facilities, and VIP room that is really just a nightclub. If you've ever been to a quinces, you know banquet-hall food is usually not very appetizing. Not here - the food is so good, the restaurant operates full-time, even when there is no banquet, wedding, or 15th birthday party. Try the juicy and tender churrasco ($15.95), which comes with maduros (fried sweet plantains) and rice and beans. Or treat yourself to one of the best-priced seafood rice platters, the arroz con mariscos for two ($30.00). Servers are friendly and attentive, and you'll be treated the same whether you're in the restaurant or VIP room. But be prepared for a festive evening - there is always live music. It's definitely not a place for quiet, romantic dinners. More >>

  • Renaissance Ballroom

    5910 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33144

  • Residence Inn Miami Aventura Mall

    19900 W. Country Club Drive Aventura, FL 33180

  • Ronald W. Shane Center

    6500 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, FL 33141

  • Rooftop Deck at South Miami Parking Lot

    5829 SW 73 St. South Miami, FL 33143

  • Roots in the City Market

    NW 2nd Ave. and 10th St. Miami, FL 33136

  • Rose Banquet Hall

    2717 Southwest 142nd Ave. West Dade, FL 33175

  • Rotary Club of Key Biscayne

    455 Grand Bay Drive Key Biscayne, FL 33149

  • Rowell's Marina

    104550 Overseas Highway Key Largo, FL 33037

  • Roxy Performing Arts Center

    Roxy Performing Arts Center

    1645 SW 107th Ave. Miami, FL 33165