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  • The Rabbit Hole

    The Rabbit Hole

    17032 W. Dixie Highway North Miami Beach, FL 33160

  • Racks Italian Bistro and Market

    Racks Italian Bistro and Market

    3933 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33160
    305-917-7225 The concise menu here is slightly more extensive than at owner Gary Rack's other venue, Table 42 Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar in Boca Raton (formerly Coal Mine Pizza). Both spots specialize in coal-fired pies but also offer starters, salads, and pastas; Racks adds a handful of fish, meat, and poultry entrées to the mix. Pizza isn't the official headliner, but it surely steals the show. The most basic version gets topped with tomato sauce, fiore di latte and Reggiano cheeses, olive oil, basil, and little crackles of sea salt. The dough gets baked in a fiery hearth; the resultant crust is crisp, lightly blistered, and slightly puffed around the edges. Same characteristics defined the base of a white pie lusty with smoked mozzarella and Reggiano cheeses embedded with spinach and delicate wisps of prosciutto. A grilled artichoke appetizer gets heaped with capers, tomatoes, roasted pepers, herbs, garlic, moistened breadcrumbs, and ricotta al forno - delicious. A selection of imported charcuterie and cheeses is tendered with the intent of guests composing their own combo platter from the five choices in each category - $6 per item or $24 for five. We loved the Sunday-supper-style rigatoni in a smooth, slightly tart "gravy" made with San Marzano tomatoes and laden with a large, flavorful meatball; Italian sausage; a tender square of moistly roasted pork; and a dollop of ricotta cheese. Starters run $9 to $14, salads are $10 to $13, pizzas $13 to $17, and pastas $16 to $19 (except the $23 Sunday supper). Veal or chicken parmigiana is $19, and other main dishes go for $24 or $25 (some fish specials fetch a higher "market price"). If you're looking for a better deal, head to Racks on Wednesdays after 5 p.m. for a big, beautiful $5 Harris Ranch Angus hamburger. More >>

  • Radioactive Records

    1930 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

  • Rainbow Connection

    Rainbow Connection

    10482 Sunset Drive Kendale Lakes, FL 33173

  • Ramirez Tires

    1015 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33127

  • All 4 Cycling

    All 4 Cycling

    1132 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables, FL 33146

  • RB Cycles

    11402 NW 41st St. Doral, FL 33178

  • RB Cycles

    3411 Main Highway Miami, FL 33133

  • Recycled Blues

    Recycled Blues

    1507 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • The Recycled Closet

    8867 SW 132 St Miami, FL 33176

  • Red Road Tire & Auto Center

    410 W. 29th St. Hialeah, FL 33012

  • Red White and Blue Thriftstores

    Red White and Blue Thriftstores

    12640 Northeast 6th Ave. North Miami, FL 33161

  • Redland's Farmers Market

    U.S. 1 Princeton, FL 33032

  • Rene Ruiz

    2700 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33134

  • Revistas y Periodicos

    7971 Bird Road Miami, FL 33155

  • Richard Lyons Nursery

    Richard Lyons Nursery

    20200 SW 134th Ave. Perrine, FL 33177

  • Richard's Gems & Jewelry

    33 E. Flagler St. Miami, FL 33131

  • Ricky

    Ricky's NYC

    536 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • RJ Diving Ventures, Inc.

    300 Alton Road Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Robert Is Here

    Robert Is Here

    19200 SW 344th St. Homestead, FL 33034
    305-246-1592 While hiking it to Homestead may seem like a chore, it's well worth it for a stop at Robert Is Here. This farmstand slash petting zoo slash milkshake shop is an iconic outpost. Indulge in a mamey or banana milkshake, browse home-made jams and jellies, and visit the critters wandering around out back. Fresh produce, country air and frequent live music will keep you coming back. More >>

  • Roche Bobois

    450 Biltmore Way Coral Gables, FL 33134

  • Rocky's Italian Ices

    1200 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Roma Organic Gelato

    Roma Organic Gelato

    901 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-252-5276 We know gelato is just a fancy-schmancy Italian word for ice cream. But the frozen goodness at Roma needs — no, requires — a term of its own. The stuff is smooth, rich, and flavorful, bordering on manna from the Arctic Circle. It's a tad expensive (one scoop costs $4, two scoops $5, three scoops $6), but it's an acceptable splurge. Try the stracciatella, which is similar to chocolate chip but not as cloyingly sweet. Or venture into fruit flavors such as tangy raspberry. Not all varieties are always available; the Italian owners hand-make the gelato daily, so offerings vary. The small shop is also a great place to relax while you enjoy your treat; the décor — featuring model airplanes, balloons, and powder-blue walls — gives a sleek yet adorable European feel. More >>

  • Ron Jon Surf Shop

    2610 Sawgrass Mills Circle Sunrise, FL 33323

  • Royal Palm Grill

    806 N. Krome Ave. Homestead, FL 33030

    When you walk into this down-home drugstore diner, you'll feel like you stepped through a time portal. And when you open the menu, you'll think you're looking at the contents of the time capsule you buried in high school -- the prices seem like they're 15 years old. The space is small, but the food is tremendously good. When you're in the mood for some authentic homestyle American food, this joint does not disappoint. A good way to start is with breakfast, whose menu section takes up about two whole pages. Try the Royal breakfast ($5.29), which comes with two pancakes or two slices of French toast plus two eggs and four bacon strips or sausage links or two sausage patties. You can also substitute home fries for the eggs or the meat -- the royal court is very accommodating. If you stop by late in the day, don't worry -- breakfast is always available. But let's say you're in the mood for lunch. The Plain Jane burger ($4.99), served on a Kaiser roll, is the way to go. Judging by the price, you'd think fries would be extra, but hand-cut spuds are included, as are tomato, onion, lettuce, and a pickle spear. The people are always friendly, the prices are always good, and the place is always packed. The only downside is you might have to wait for a seat. More >>

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