An exceedingly short clip from next weeks' Cafe review, which will be an overview of Miami dining, 2009:
Michelle Bernstein added the Omphoy in Palm Beach, Doug Rodriguez doubled his pleasure with D. Rodriguez Cuba at the Hotel Astor, and Jonathan Eismann quadrupled his on the western fringe of the Design District by introducing PizzaVolante, Q, and Fin within blocks of Pacific Time.
Michael Schwartz didn't do much except get more famous.
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