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"Required Eating: 100 Miami Restaurants We Can't Live Without" Is Coming Next Week

Stone crabs at Michael's Genuine.EXPAND
Stone crabs at Michael's Genuine.
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For the past several months, the New Times staff has been busy working on a project that will celebrate our city's varied and exciting culinary scene.

"Required Eating: 100 Miami Restaurants We Can't Live Without" will be published online and in a special print issue next Thursday, November 21. What is "Required Eating"? 

It's a list of local restaurants that simply must be tried. Our editorial staff conducted weeks of debate and deliberation to find the places we tell our friends and family about.

From mom-and-pop spots to date-night destinations, these are the restaurants we visit for a classic burger or fresh stone crabs or a croqueta fix.

More than a tasty dish, however, is the fact that these establishments collectively tell the story of the Magic City through food. They are the places we break bread with family and share long talks over steaming plates of pasta with friends.

So next Thursday, come back and take a look. We hope you'll find your old favorite place on the list — and discover a few new places to love. 

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