Miami has an abundance of neighborhoods and restaurants, but it doesn't have a whole lot of neighborhood restaurants. At least not in the true sense, meaning an establishment where prices are affordable enough, the ambiance low-key enough, and the food approachable enough to draw locals on a semiregular basis. Where the barstools are occupied by an energetic crowd of said locals meeting after work, if only for bar snacks and cocktails. Where everybody doesn't know your name, but you're treated as if they do. A place like the River... More >>>