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Best of Miami 2013: Best Restaurants, Bars, and Everything

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Macchialina is the best restaurant in South Beach. Joe's Take Away makes the best fried chicken. Bread + Butter has the best pan con lechón.

Best of Miami 2013 is here, cousin, and you will enjoy it.

It includes not only all of our favorite picks, but also yours -- almost 100 Readers' Choice items around Miami-Dade County selected by thousands of New Times readers. Call it our version of Yelp. Or maybe don't. Whatever you call it, it's our annual guide to all things good, new, and unique about our fair city.

And we try to cover all the bases here. From Best French Restaurant (Frenchie's Diner) to Best Food Truck (Palate Party), if we love it, it's in here.

Like a good cocktail? We do too, and we're drinking mojitos at SushiSamba and nitro margaritas at Tongue & Cheek.

Got a sweet tooth? You'll want to try the key lime pie at Icebox Cafe and the cobbler at Pride and Joy.

Read on, friends, and explore brave new worlds of flavor in our 2013 edition of Best of Miami: The Sunshine Strikes Back.

Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play. Don't forget to check out the full Best of Miami® online at bestof.voiceplaces.com.

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