Where It At: Miso Cod

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What it is: Miso-glazed cod with Chinese broccoli and miso butter sauce.But where it at?

Where it at: China Grill,

404 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305-534-2211.
Other CG deals and squeals:
BYO wine or champagne dinner Thursday, December 3rd. Pommery Champagne reception starts at 7:30 p.m., followed by six-course menu that includes dim sum, rock shrimp tempura, and Australian Waygu maki rolls. Price is $55 per, plus tax/tip.

Also, China Grill's daily happy hour  (6 to 9 pm) brings half price on all beers, wines by the glass, cocktails, sushi, and bar menu items. Miso happy to be able to let you know.

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