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Sneak Review: Soleá at W Hotel South Beach

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A teeny sneak preview of the New Times restaurant review for next week.

Starters, excepting soups and salads, range from $14 to $20; the two pastas are $18 and $24; excepting chicken and salmon, entrees run $38 to $50. Diners don't expect to get up from the table at a W Hotel restaurant for any less, but they might expect something more for their money  --  or in the realm of less-is-more, let's say they'd want a little more "more" to their less.

Soleá at the W Hotel South Beach 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-938-3111.

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