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  • RC Cola Plant

    550 NW 24th Street Miami, FL 33127

  • Reality Check

    4005 NW 79th Ave. Doral, FL 33166
    786-206-0045

    http://www.myspace.com/dvc_realitycafe

  • Release Nightclub

    311 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-366-9100

  • Renaissance at the Gables

    Renaissance at the Gables

    2340 SW 32nd Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33145
    305-445-1313

    http://www.renaissanceatthegables.com 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 >>

  • Revolution Live

    Revolution Live

    100 SW 3rd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-449-1025

    http://www.jointherevolution.net Formerly the Chili Pepper and before that the Edge, this spot has hosted some of the best bands to come through South Florida. The three levels (floor, balcony, and upper balcony) allow for ample standing room to watch your favorite bands. The décor is reminiscent of socialist propaganda (viva la Revolution!), but it's a little more subtle than Palm Beach County's indie-rock staple Propaganda. Drinks will cost you, but the atmosphere, standing room, and powerful air conditioning more than make up for it. More >>

  • Rhythm Foundation Stage

    21st St. and Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

    http://www.rhythmfoundation.com

  • River Lounge

    River Lounge

    270 Biscayne Blvd. Way Miami, FL 33131
    305-704-7909

    http://www.epichotel.com/miami-restaurant/index.html Yachts meet two floors of Scarface-style intimate drinking at this dockside bar on the Miami River. There's a circular bar and a giant hanging neon art piece. The place is on the grounds of the Epic Hotel and offers a menu by chef John Critchley delivered from 16 floors up at Area 31. Patrons vary from business execs to young and sexy. DJs mix club tracks weekend nights. More >>

  • The Rock Cafeteria

    5551 NW 72 Ave. Doral, FL 33166
    305-377-3110

  • Rock Shop

    Rock Shop

    1334 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-333-5555

    http://www.rockshopmiami.com Rock and roll may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of South Beach, but that's about to change. The Rock Shop offers the screaming sound of Marshall stacks, heavy riffin' guitars, and enough booze to keep any rock star, fan, or groupie happy. Live sets from local bands and traveling South American rockers typify the weekly entertainment lineups, and extremely friendly drink specials keep the people coming back. More >>

  • Rocket Projects

    3440 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-576-6082

    http://www.rocket-projects.com

  • The Room

    The Room

    100 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-6061

    http://www.theotheroom.com This practical hole in the wall specializing in imported beers and wine is perfect for any homesick European. The ambiance is candlelit and laid-back, and you can actually talk as indie music in the background is low enough to hear over. More >>

  • Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center

    Alvin Sherman Library Hollywood, FL 33314
    954-262-4600

  • Rusty Pelican

    Rusty Pelican

    3201 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149
    305-361-3818

    http://www.therustypelican.com After all is said about the Rusty Pelican's $7 million renovation, the waterfront view from every seat -- whether through clear bay windows or from outdoor tables illuminated by fire pits -- still steals the show. The menu is contemporary American (implying a global influence) and, rather surprisingly, not very seafood-centric -- in fact, except a few shellfish offerings, main-course fish choices encompass only local sea bass, local red snapper, and Columbia River salmon (which is rolled with foie gras). If you choose to have a fish straightforwardly grilled, it's down to just salmon or sea bass. Be that as it may, seafood lovers have options. Starters include a handful of sushi and sashimi selections, lobster crudo, sea scallop tiradito, fried calamari, ahi tuna tacos, and sea bass ceviche. The last, served in an oval tin set in crushed ice, lavishes luscious chunks of sea bass tossed with choclo corn kernels, red onion, small cubes of sweet potato, cilantro, lime juice, and aji amarillo -- which yields a nice bite in the back of the throat. Black sea bass fillets and fried whole red snapper were fresh and satisfying anchors to main-course plates, but sides on both were disappointing. Poached Long Island duck breast -- served as three sushi-size cylinders that were tender, juicy, and boasting rich duck flavor -- was the only real eye-opener we sampled. Desserts include a thin rectangular slice of key lime pie and baked Alaska with a soft, fresh cap of bronzed meringue over rock-hard cookies-and-cream ice cream. So much about the Rusty Pelican has changed, but the only real rationale for dining here remains, as always, the view. More >>

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