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Michael Mina 74 -- the tony late-night spot at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach -- might remind you of a nightclub. Inside the cavernous dining room, bachelorettes clink glasses of champagne, men in suits chat over stone crabs and Vieux Carrés, and EDM beats pulsate incessantly through the speakers. If you've heard of Michael Mina, this liveliness shouldn't come as a surprise. The James Beard Award-winning chef oversees 20 restaurants across the country, including his Michelin-starred namesake in San Francisco. Here, Mina blends nightlife and cookery. There are old-school extravagances such as an $85 lobster potpie and a Russian royal osetra caviar service worth hundreds of dollars. But you can also try the pasta laced with Florida lobster, uni, and lemon beurre blanc; Mina's signature tuna tartare with Asian pear and Scotch bonnets; and a grilled quail coupled with foie gras. His late-night menu adds exuberance to Caribbean cuisine. At 4 a.m., after a wild night of partying at LIV next door, you can try Mina's Cuban sandwich. Condolences to the abuelitas of Miami: It costs $22, and it's packed with foie gras.