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  • Fogo de Chao in Miami Beach

    Fogo de Chao

    by Miami Culinary Tours

    All of their meat choices were perfectly cooked. They were incredibly tasty. Now comes the service wow everyone was so attentive and they had crafted a perfect timing for when to come to the tables. The wine selection was superb as Paul explained and everyone had an amazing time.

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  • Bolivar

    by Master of Mom

    The refajo, while good, wasn't even the best part about Bolivar. In addition to the drink, we were also able to sample patacon - deep fried green plantains covered in shredded beef - and an empanada - deep fried corn fillo pockets with meat inside. The food was hot, and crispy without the greasy. And while the fare was delicious on its own, I devoured it with the green sauce served alongside - so spicy it made my eyes tear up, but too mouthwatering to stop eating.

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  • Larios On the Beach in Miami Beach

    Larios On the Beach

    by Master of Mom

    Cuban Toast is a big favorite in this area, and when I moved here, it was practically a requirement for me to try it. I didn't like it at first - but that's because I was comparing it against my idea of "toast". It was a lot drier, chewier, and thicker - not just in the cut, but in the very makeup of the bread. Somehow it is addicting though, and I've been eating it ever since. Go in expecting Cuban Bread, not dinner bread, and you'll be amazed.

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  • Blocks Pizza Deli

    by Master of Mom

    So what do they serve at a natural, whole food, pizza deli? Well, pizzas of course... along with calzones, salads, and the Blocks Pockets that we got to try. We were each given a pocket called Sundried Hippie, filled with some of my favorite things, like feta cheese, delicious kalamata olives and spinach. Sun dried tomatoes and basil pesto tops the pocket off and gives it a bit of zing.

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