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  • Zuma Miami: Stunning Japanese cuisine

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    Zuma Miami: Stunning Japanese cuisine

    Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill in midtown Miami made a big splash this past January largely because its concept -- robata grill, sushi bar, small plates -- seemed unique. Yet before Sugarcane came Zuma, which opened its London restaurant in 2002, follow...

    by Lee Klein on September 16, 2010
  • DeVito South Beach tip scandal

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    DeVito South Beach tip scandal

    On a cool weeknight in February, DeVito restaurant on South Beach is humming. Beneath giant chandeliers of glowing glass, waitress Angela Suarez skips from the kitchen counter to a dozen different white-marble tables, carrying heaps of porcini gnocc...

    by John Zur on September 16, 2010
  • Fin and Q American Barbeque shine

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    Fin and Q American Barbeque shine

    Now that Jonathan Eismann's Pacific Time has closed, his Design District dining triad consists of PizzaVolante, Q American Barbeque, and Fin. The last two share the same building one block north of Volante, and each shines a light on a distinct regi...

    by Lee Klein on September 9, 2010
  • 72nd Bar & Grill in South Miami - Grab a burger and beer at this neighborhood eatery.

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    72nd Bar & Grill in South Miami - Grab a burger and beer at this neighborhood eatery.

    Juan and Vani Maza are an ambitious and determined couple. They met at Johnson & Wales, worked awhile in Michy's kitchen, and in 2007 decided to open their own restaurant in South Miami -- Alta Cocina, a neighborhood joint that dished modern global ...

    by Lee Klein on September 2, 2010
  • Miami's top happy hours - From salty to sporty to sublime.

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    Miami's top happy hours - From salty to sporty to sublime.

    From about 4 to 7 p.m., when the rest of the world transitions from work to home, Miami comes alive with the promise of cheap booze, cheaper conversation, and tawdry romance. Even before nightlife swings, our bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and loung...

    by Sebastian del Mármol on September 2, 2010
  • The Forge: Miami Beach's revamped iconic steak house has something old, something new

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    The Forge: Miami Beach's revamped iconic steak house has something old, something new

    View our Forge Restaurant/Winebar slide show. The Forge is as famous as any South Florida restaurant not named Joe's Stone Crab. It debuted in 1969, and as the fortunes of Miami Beach have shifted like sand over the decades, so too has the reputa...

    by Lee Klein on August 26, 2010
  • Did People's Bar-B-Que serve up a side of maggots?

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    Did People's Bar-B-Que serve up a side of maggots?

    Either a pair of respected Miami-Dade Corrections officers have concocted an outlandish, disgusting hoax for a few thousand dollars, or Miami's best barbecue joint served maggots with its chicken. Either way, consider us grievously disillusioned....

    by Gus Garcia-Roberts on August 26, 2010
  • Essensia Restaurant & Lounge: Clean cuisine in a breezy outdoor setting

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    Essensia Restaurant & Lounge: Clean cuisine in a breezy outdoor setting

    View our Essensia Restaurant & Lounge slide show. Essensia essentially sprawls its way across a softly lit, linen-draped dining room; a long, curved plantation-style patio with oversize ceiling fans and flowing drapes; and a small, well-foliated ...

    by Lee Klein on August 19, 2010
  • Best of Miami Spice 2010

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    Best of Miami Spice 2010

    The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), in cahoots with a klatch of corporate sponsors, is orchestrating the eighth annual Miami Spice event. The two-month program presents diners with a chance to select from discounted prix fixe men...

    by Lee Klein on August 12, 2010
  • 660 at the Angler's: Loud but tasty

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    660 at the Angler's: Loud but tasty

    It's a sliver of a restaurant located in a discreet, classic Mediterranean revival hotel on South Beach. The little dining room of 660 at the Angler's is composed of just 16 seats set on the left side of the hotel entrance. Tables are so close toget...

    by Lee Klein on August 5, 2010
  • South Florida chefs share their tattoos

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    South Florida chefs share their tattoos

    Chances are, your average line cook knows how to make a beurre blanc sauce, hates those coffee-filter chef's hats, despises the waitstaff, and, more and more these days, has a few tattoos hiding under his or her chef whites. It seems many who work i...

    by C. Stiles on July 29, 2010
  • Jackson Soul Food and Aguacates got soul

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    Jackson Soul Food and Aguacates got soul

    View a Jackson Soul Food and Agaucates slide show. The original Jackson Soul Food was established 64 years ago in St. John's Missionary Baptist Church on NW Second Avenue. Owner Johnny Mae Johnson passed the restaurant to his brother, Demas, and ...

    by Lee Klein on July 29, 2010
  • The Villa by Barton G.: An elegant dining experience for special occasions

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    The Villa by Barton G.: An elegant dining experience for special occasions

    These are informal times, and our restaurants reflect it. Chandeliered dining rooms with tuxedoed waiters carving duck l'orange at a gueridon are gone -- and with them a certain sense of elegance and sophistication. On the plus side: Heavy, overwrou...

    by Lee Klein on July 22, 2010
  • Racks Italian Kitchen: Topnotch pizza, casual fare, and cocktails

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    Racks Italian Kitchen: Topnotch pizza, casual fare, and cocktails

    A wood patio at the rear of Racks beckons diners with an enviable vista of the Intracoastal Waterway. The wharf setting likewise makes dockage a snap, and by using the restaurant's complimentary boat valet service, I was able to hop right off my yac...

    by Lee Klein on July 15, 2010
  • Otentic in South Beach offers crepes and homemade French fare at good prices

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    Otentic in South Beach offers crepes and homemade French fare at good prices

    Otentic is a clean, bright, contemporary bistro that looks out of place on this fast-food stretch of Washington Avenue. Almost everything at Otentic is slow: the cooking of food, the movement of workers, seemingly time itself. Yet after you finish o...

    by Lee Klein on July 8, 2010
  • Flapjack Flip-Off X: Miami's best pancakes

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    Flapjack Flip-Off X: Miami's best pancakes

    The decade has seemingly flipped by faster than a griddlecake in midair. Since S & S Diner won the first annual Flapjack Flip-Off in 2001, we've become acquainted with 21st Century icons such as BlackBerry, Bluetooth, Blu-ray, iPad, al-Qaeda, and Fa...

    by Lee Klein on July 1, 2010
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    La Crema de las Empanadas: Real Latin cooking

    Most foodies turn up their noses when asked about dining in shopping centers. But every once in a while, when something is really worth it, they suck up their gourmet pride and dine within reach of Subways and dollar stores. La Crema de las Empanada...

    by Danielle Alvarez on July 1, 2010
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    A.C.'s Icees at Kennedy Park are frosted to fight the heat

    What does an athletic Midwestern boy do after moving to Miami? Sell lemonade, of course! That was Allen Cohen back in 1978, when he decided to say goodbye to Michigan winters and start "living the dream" in Miami. An avid runner, he set up shop i...

    by Christina Staalstrom on July 1, 2010
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    BK flame-grilled chicken on whole-grain ciabatta bun

    You got that headline right. Burger King, the Miami-based fast-food giant, recently announced it now serves what sounds like a gourmet dish for $4. In the corporate speak of John Schaufelberger, BK senior vice president of global product marketing a...

    by Chuck Strouse on July 1, 2010
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    Sra. Martinez serves barbecue for the summer

    Nothing says summer in South Florida like heat, humidity, and hurrica -- Scratch that. Too depressing. Nothing says summer in South Florida like barbecue. (Editor's note: Much better.) So to take your mind off the heat, humidity, and possibili...

    by Bill Citara on July 1, 2010
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