A Rich Guy In Forbes India Tells You Where He Likes To Eat In Miami

Forbes India has an article this month about a guy in the outsourcing industry that was born and raised in Dade.

Wait. Forbes India?

Damn right Forbes India, they get money over there.

Sanjay Kamlani's column has him doling out his opinions on eating and shopping in Miami.

His choices for best places to eat are The Loews South Beach, The Delano, his parent's restaurant Ishq, and Il Gabbiano on the Biscayne Bay.

So what does it all mean? It means rich people get to tell you stuff you already know, add in some extra stuff about something that benefits them or someone they know, and get attention and recognition for it based on their ability to generate income outside our borders for companies within them.

God bless America.

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