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Where to Eat in Miami – miami news
Often called a melting pot of cultures, Miami is known for being culturally diverse. In Miami, you can expect the dishes to be as diverse as the people in it. Aside from the usual American favorites like hotdogs, fries, and pizza, why not enjoy something new during your stay? Miami offers Cuban cuisine and other dishes that are certain to please even the choosiest palate.
Below are some of the restaurants and the dishes they serve that you should not miss when you and your family travel to Miami.
o Joe’s Stone Crabs. If you find yourself in Miami during October 15 – May 15, also known as the stone crab season, drop by Joe’s Stone Crabs. The place has been open since 1913 and serves the delicious stone crabs with their signature mustard sauce. The only disadvantage in dining at this restaurant is that the wait time is excessively long and they do not accept reservations. If you don’t want to fall in line and wait, you can order takeout right next to the restaurant.
o Emeril’s Miami Beach. Emeril’s Miami Beach is located on 1601 Collins Avenue and people who have eaten there often have good words for the restaurant. Emeril Lagasse is one of the chefs who has his own show on The Food Network and the restaurant combines a fine dining experience with equally good food. The restaurant is perfect for sharing a meal with a special someone or a meeting with business partners.
o Porcao. The Porcao is often regarded as the best meat place in the whole of Miami. “Vegetarians Beware!” is the slogan of Porcao, and is basically a Brazilian steakhouse. A lot of user reviews praise the Feijoada dish which is served on Saturday nights, so don’t forget to stop by!
o The News Café. The News Café is a classic Miami beach café where people can sit down, enjoy the morning paper along with freshly cooked eggs, and people-watch all at the same time. Enjoy affordable food, breakfast 24 hours a day, and a great ambiance along with great desserts. The News Café is also conveniently located along Ocean Drive, the most beautiful stretch of the Miami Beach. The setback is that when its peak season, you can expect the News Café to be heavily crowded and the service not to good during these times.
o The Capital Grille. The Capital Grille is home to great steaks, seafood, and other dishes aimed to pleasing every palate out there. The place is very popular because of its excellent customer service, superior food, and its convenient location. However, compared to other restaurants, the Capital Grille is somewhat expensive and you can’t just drop by, especially during peak season.
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