The second outpost of Stephen Starr's beloved Continental is straight out of AMC's hit show Mad Men. Sure, Starr's first great success was born in Philadelphia, but at the one in Miami, you'll feel like you're walking onto the set of that episode where protagonist Don Draper decamps to California. This acid trip back in time comes complete with a dining room crowned with fake plants, filled with brightly colored Formica tables, and servers donning chic poolside attire. And, ah, the menu. It's a throwback to an era when world cuisine was just beginning to blossom. The Hong Kong Fooey ($20) is a play on Chinese kung pao that offers enough sweet to balance out the spice. The same goes for the lettuce wraps ($30), which let you roll up funky Korean spicy chili paste and pickles with some sweet juicy skirt steak. There are plays on every stripe of cuisine, with nods to Jamaica, Mexico, and, of course, Cuba. Though most places in Miami Beach make eyes roll with exorbitant pricing and faux ambition, there's only one type of roll here: It's an homage to the Continental's birthplace, and it's a deliciously greasy cheesesteak wrapped in an egg roll ($17).