Top 10 Late Night Bites in South Beach and Miami for WMC 2010

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10. Gino's Pizza & Brew

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There are plenty of 24 hour pizza joints on South Beach, and several of them are Gino's. This one tastes better, and you get a free garlic roll with every slice. Holler.

Gino's Pizza & Brew
731 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 497-4466

9. Eleventh Street Diner

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Not the cheapest place, matter of fact a double burger costs $13.95, if you order without thinking you might call it a ripoff. However, it's 24 hours, it's an old metal dining car, and it's often packed, so you'll probably see something funny.

Eleventh Street Diner
1065 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139-5017
(305) 534-6373

8. David's Cuban Cafe
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We can definitely vouch for the coladas (Cuban jet fuel coffee served in those little shots), café con leche (Cuban style coffee with milk and sugar) and the empanadas at this 24 hour joint. Don't bother eating inside. The real action is on the streets of South Beach. Eat at the counter, take it walking, or at an outdoor table. Or get it delivered, free on South Beach.

David's Cafe
1058 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139-5012
(305) 534-8736

7. La Sandwicherie
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Famous since birth, this 22 hour (8am - 5am) sandwich joint has been doing it big since 1988. That crowd of people lined up at the outdoor counter are there for a reason, because it's fuckin' awesome. Do it.

La Sandwicherie
229 14th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-8934

6. The Alibi
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The alibi is a relative newcomer to late night eats on South Beach, but it's got a lot going for it. First off, it's in a great bar, Lost Weekend. Also, you can smoke inside. Vegetarian selections are available as are authentic Philly cheese steaks. South Park pinball machine, and assorted other shit like that. Open 5pm - 5am.

The Alibi
218 Espanola Way
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 672-1707

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