7300 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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  • Daily 7:30am-12am
  • $
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Street Parking
Contrary to the belief of most gringo Americans, churros were not invented by carnies. Instead, they're a Spanish tradition dating back centuries. And this Argentinian chain's fried dough sticks date back to 1930 themselves. Manolo sells 'em in various flavors, from plain with sugar sprinkles to chocolate, vanilla-custard or caramel-filled, they're a serious steal at $.65 to $.75. The perfect snack for a Miami Beach afternoon. They sell burgers, pizza, pasta, hot dogs and other edibles, too, all for prices ranging from $5 to $20 - but the churros are the main attraction.

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