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Man vs. Food's Adam Richman Filming at Shula's Thursday

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My colleague Jake mentioned the airing of the Super Bowl-themed Man vs. Food Miami episode on February 3, but what he didn't mention is that a big portion (ha ha) of the show is going to be filmed tomorrow on Miami Beach. That's right, everyone's favorite hipster gobbler Adam Richman will be chowing down on the 48-oz. Shula Steak in our backyard.

And you can -- and should -- go.

The location is Don Shula's Steakhouse at the Alexander Hotel on Collins Avenue and 52nd Street. The event is open to the public between 1 and 2:30 p.m., and they're looking for a crowd, which means it's a good chance for you to get your face on TV.

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