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Ortanique on the Mile - Closed

It's been more than 20 years since Ortanique opened on "the Mile" in July 1999, but chef/owner Cindy Hutson's Caribbean-influenced Cuisine of the Sun never grows old. Red Stripe-steamed mussels,...
Caribbean, Contemporary, International, Fusion

Bulla Gastrobar

The Spanish gastrobar Bulla (pronounced boo-yah) is younger, cooler, and better than ever. At the freestanding marble bar under the mahogany marquee, it's always time for a drink. Cocktails are...
Gastro Pub, Spanish, Bar Food, Small Plates

Giralda Plaza

Community Venues

Open Stage Club

Tapas, Wine Bar, Bars and Clubs

Palme d'Or

The venerable grand dame of dining is usually reserved for marriage proposals and graduations. The food is French, but it's far from traditional. It's served in trendy and tasty appetizer-size...
French, Fine Dining, International

The Salty

It's hard to believe Miami never really had much in the way of freshly baked doughnuts before the Salty came around to dominate the South Florida sweets scene. On any given weekend morning,...

Threefold Cafe

Miami has New York-style delis, French bakeries, Mexican taquerias, and Cuban sandwicheries. Add Threefold Cafe to the mix, and the 305 can boast Australian-inspired caf├ęs too. The all-day...
Breakfast, Cafe, Coffeehouse, Sandwiches

Eating House Miami

There are many reasons you should visit Eating House on a weekend. Created by Chopped champion Giorgio Rapicavoli, the popular Coral Gables restaurant makes brunch fun with a munchies-themed menu...
New American, American, Brunch



Merrick Park

Parks and Outdoors

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