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The Five Most Interesting Restaurants to Open in Miami in April 2017
Courtesy of Hank & Harry's

The Five Most Interesting Restaurants to Open in Miami in April 2017

Miami saw many interesting restaurants and eateries open in April 2017. From a new brewery to a proper deli to a place to get freshly baked cookies, here are the tastiest new places to check out.

The Tank Brewing Company's taproom offers beer and cigars.EXPAND
The Tank Brewing Company's taproom offers beer and cigars.
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The Tank Brewing Co. Opens Taproom
The Tank Brewing Co. taproom opened this week, making the craft brewery the latest in Miami to pour beers onsite for the public.

The Five Most Interesting Restaurants to Open in Miami in April 2017
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Pubbelly Sushi Opens Grab-and-Go Market at Aventura Mall
Four months after opening Pubbelly Sushi inside Brickell City Centre, the boys are back with a fourth location and an updated concept: Pubbelly Sushi Market at Aventura Mall.
Cindy Lou's Cookies Opens Shop in Little River With Plans for a Cookie Café
Miami's first artisanal cookie shop opened its first wholesale location today in Little River (7320 NE Second Ave., Miami). Though there are no tables or seats inside Cindy Lou's Cookies, the storefront welcomes walk-in customers.

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Hank & Harry's Returns a Proper Pastrami on Rye to Miami Beach
Years ago, Miami Beach reigned as South Florida's deli capital. Places such as Wolfie Cohen's, Pumperniks, and Juniors served traditional deli-style meals like corned beef on rye bread and bowls of warm matzah ball soup to thousands of customers. But as Miami's Jewish population moved north, most establishments shuttered.

Sushi Sake opens April 10 in downtown Miami.EXPAND
Sushi Sake opens April 10 in downtown Miami.
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Sushi Sake Opens on Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami
Local sushi restaurant chain Sushi Sake opened its 14th location in downtown Miami. Located across on Biscayne Boulevard across from the American Airlines Arena, the 3,500-square-foot space with an adjacent terrace is the largest Sushi Sake outpost yet.

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