Miami's Finest Caribbean Restaurant in Pictures

Miami's Finest Caribbean Restaurant (236 NE 1st Ave) may or may not be the best Caribbean restaurant in Miami, that's a statement I can't make without further research. But, one experience later, I will definitely be going back. The front window only says Caribbean Restaurant, and the awning reads Caribbean Delight. It's around the corner from New World School of the Arts, and a stones throw from MDC's Wolfson campus in the heart of Downtown Miami.

Miami's Finest Caribbean Restaurant is our 2002 winner for Best Ginger Beer in Miami. The champ has not gone lax on their product. They still have it, it's still home made, and it is most excellent. They also make a mean carrot juice, and a Carrot Juice Plus, with Guinness, Rum, and spices.

Here are some more pictures....

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