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Five Surfside Spots to Try Now

Le Sirenuse's bar
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COURTESY OF JOSH'S DELI
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3. Josh’s Deli. This Miami staple offers modernized slants on traditional Jewish deli items. Try a sandwich made with house-cured pastrami or corned beef ($16) or roast turkey, avocado, and bacon ($17). Bacon in a deli? That's why Josh's motto is "A Jewish deli done wrong." Never has being wrong felt so right. 9517 Harding Ave, Surfside; 305-397-8494; joshsdeli.com.
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Araxi sliders
Laine Doss
4. Araxi Burger. Part diner and part pub, this cute storefront offers various burgers, such as a Greek lamb version ($17), a Norwegian salmon burger ($18), a veggie burger ($13), and a classic beef patty with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and red onion ($13). Wash your meal down with a selection of craft beers or wine. 9551 Harding Ave, Surfside; 305-861-1060.
COURTESY OF SERENDIPITY
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5. Serendipity Creamery. Stop by this pink shop for ice cream in a range of flavors, including white chocolate cherry with mint, and banana cardamom with salted caramel pecans. Sorbets are made with exotics such as jackfruit and passionfruit ($5 to $7). Don't forget to drop some change into the coin-operated ride for a complete revisit to your childhood. 9457 Harding Ave., Surfside; 305-865-1506; serendipitycreamery.com.
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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
Contact: Laine Doss