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  • M & B Liquors

    M & B Liquors

    915 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • M&M Package Discount Liquors

    M&M Package Discount Liquors

    794 SE 8th St. Hialeah, FL 33010

  • MAC Sports Supplies

    MAC Sports Supplies

    10756 SW 24th St. Miami, FL 33165

  • Mac's Comics & Collectibles

    2678 SW 87th Ave. Miami, FL 33165

  • Macita

    Macita's Restaurant & Bakery

    18503 S. Dixie Highway Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
    305-259-0404 While flashier Colombian eateries abound -- especially the fast-food style joints keeping drunks happily munching on hot dogs -- the truly authentic, homey spots are hard to find. That's why Colombians and fans of Latin cuisine in general make the trek south to Macita's, on the southern end of South Dixie Highway in Cutler Bay. The days start early here: 7:30 a.m. every day except Sunday, when the place opens at 8 a.m. For the first few hours, it functions mostly as a take-out bakery and a spot for a quick, dirt-cheap breakfast. A $3.59 special served until 11:30 a.m., for example, gives you two eggs fried or scrambled, with bacon, sausage, coffee, and Cuban toast with jam (okay, that's the one inauthentic nod to its non-Colombian clientele). Still, for those missing their home country's eye-openers, there are more homestyle dishes here as well, like calentado with blood sausage ($5.25) or a Colombian-style pork tamal ($5). Dinner fare is heartier, but no less casual -- silverware is plastic and set down in a baggie, and waitresses are sweet, but sometimes unhurried. Never mind that, though, because you can likely afford to savor multiple courses. Standout starters include Colombian-style fried potatoes ($3) and arepas, stacks of sweet corn tortillas sandwiched with house-made white cheese ($1.75). For mains, choose from mountainous portions of protein, including a Colombian sampler platter ($9.45), a mixed grill ($17.99), or a whole fried snapper ($15.99). Those all come with white rice, your choice of fried or sweet plantains, and a choice of beans or salad. Pick the beans, though, which are pink and simmered with potatoes, peppers, and mystery spices that draw fans back to Macita's over and over. More >>

  • Mack Cycle and Fitness

    Mack Cycle and Fitness

    5995 Sunset Drive South Miami, FL 33143

  • Mack's Fish Camp

    Danell Lane Miami, FL 33178
    954-536-7400 If you want to see the Everglades like the Gladesmen do, Mack's Fish Camp is a hidden gem worth seeking out. Sure, it's a bit of a trek, and you might earn more than a few mosquito bites along the way - but it'll be worth it to find this hub for all things airboating, camping and fishing. Many a movie and TV show has been shot here -- and it's a family run business that's spanned generations. These folks know their way around a gator or two. More >>

  • Macy's

    5700 W. Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431

  • Macy's - Miami International Mall

    1205 NW 107th Ave. Doral, FL 33172

  • Macy's Aventura

    19535 Biscayne Blvd. Aventura, FL 33180

  • Macy

    Macy's Dadeland

    7675 Southwest 88th St. Kendall, FL 33156

  • Macy's South Beach

    1675 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Macy's Town Center

    5700 W. Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431

  • Maison Martin Margiela

    3930 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137

  • Mall of the Americas

    7827 W. Flagler St. Miami, FL 33144

  • Man of Action Figures

    19301 SW 106th Ave. Miami, FL 33157

  • Manley's Jewelry

    12772 Biscayne Boulevard North Miami, FL 33181

  • Marian's Jewelry and Accessories

    1735 SW Eighth St. Miami, FL 33135

  • Mark Light Stadium

    6201 San Amaro Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146

  • Marlins Park

    Marlins Park

    1380 NW 6th St. Miami, FL 33125
    305-676-7378 Like the chosen moniker for its famous home run statue, some might dub Marlins Park a "Tremenda Mierda" - thanks to owner Jeffrey Loria's success at sinking the city into debt to fund the creation of 37,000 empty seats. But while a trip to this Little Havana venue might reveal disgruntled players and vacant boxes, the stadium itself ain't half bad. From our one-of-a-kind home run monstrosity to the impressive selection of palatable eats, there's plenty to occupy attendees - aside from the obvious bats and balls, that is. Sip a frozen cocktail from the Clevelander and stroll past the gently jiggling bobblehead museum. Snag a BBQ pulled pork sammie from Brother Jimmy's and read up on Orange Bowl history. And if you've got a few minutes to spare, you could always check out an inning or two. That part's optional. Since no one goes to the games, parking's a breeze in the on-site garage or makeshift neighborhood lots. It's also the most sustainable stadium in Major League Baseball, so at least our city's financial ruin wasn't too devastating to the environment. Gotta look at that silver lining, after all. More >>

  • Marni


    3930 Northeast 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137

  • Martha Rey

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130

  • Massage Isles & Wellness Center

    17395 N. Bay Road Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

  • Masseur 360

    516 NE 15th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Mattress Town

    1610 Alton Road Miami Beach, FL 33139

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