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SoBeWFF 2015: Sunday's New Times' Best Bite on the Beach Winner Is Chefs on the Run

Sunday was the final day of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival's Grand Tasting Village. From noon until 5 p.m., foodies and oenophiles stormed the beach to partake in fine food and drink.

Sunday's session also saw Bobby Flay, Anne Burrell, the Deen family, and Robert Irvine take the stage to cook, drink, and entertain the crowds.

The highlight of the village was the food, with top notch South Florida restaurants presenting delicious dishes, hosted by culinary captains who made sure to let it be known by all that their neighborhood was the finest for foodies. Each restaurant, of course, was in the running for the Miami New Times' Best Bite on the Beach award.

The award is chosen by GTV attendees, who vote online for their favorite restaurant. The votes for Sunday have been tabulated, and today's winner is Homestead's Chefs on the Run. The eatery took home the title last year as well.

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