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Miami's Nine Best Party Brunches
By Clarissa Buch and Laine Doss
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Deep fried breaded sticks sprinkled with chives. Served with mango-chipotle dressing, marinara sauce, and fries.
Flour tortilla stuffed with your choice of filling, beans and rice. Smothered in tomatillo and red sauce, covered with melted cheese mix, lettuce, sour cream, chopped black olives and chives.
10 oz. Lobster tail served with melted butter, loaded baked potato and steamed veggies.
Served with caribbean coleslaw, marinara sauce and fries.
8 oz. Angus filet mignon served with loaded baked potato, sautéed veggies and gravy.
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