You want two things from a pawnshop: honesty and expertise. You'll get both at Don Cash Inc., located just north of the Wynwood strip on NW Second Avenue. Elie R. Bunassar, a very cool, 61-year-old Lebanese-born jeweler has owned the store the past four years. Bunassar, though, has been in the jewelry business for 31 years and formerly worked at Mayors and Zales. The store doesn't have bikes, guitars, and all of the crap that fills up too many pawnshops. There's just jewelry here — high-class stuff. Prices go from $50 to $7,500. Watch broken? Bunassar will fix that too.

Büro Midtown
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You're sick of working at home because the dog keeps pestering you to play or the hammering sounds of construction at the luxury high-rise going up next door are working your last nerve or, well, you keep walking back into your bedroom for what you promise is just a five-minute nap. The coffee shop is no good either. It's awkward, and who wants to have their work time punctuated with tourists yelling at baristas for not making their frappes correctly? But you can't go into the office because you're an ambitious, self-starting entrepreneur who doesn't actually have an office. What to do? Well, in the past few years, an explosion of co-working spots have popped up all over Miami. Büro is Miami-based and has four locations, in midtown, South Beach, the MiMo District, and Coconut Grove. Members get their own space in a clean, contemporary office starting at $249 a month. It has all the amenities of a modern office, and break rooms and social spaces give you a chance to network with other young self-starters. Larger spaces are also available for small teams. Oh, and there's artisanal coffee too, so you'll never have to set foot in a coffee shop or need a midday nap again.

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