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My Ceviche

It’s tiny – only about 250 sq. feet – but that means no freezers, and whatever they bring in the morning, is what’s being used that day. Triggerfish, cobia, grouper…you never know what the fish of the day is. They also sell fish tacos and large plates, but I say get the namesake, done Peruvian-style, … Continued

Joe’s Take Away

Located next to the original Joe’s Stone Crab, I would much rather you spend your money here, than in the tourist-laden, overrated main dining room next door. You don’t need to tip the host a $20 here, and the wait is minimal, for the same quality crabs, sides and key lime pie to go. I … Continued

Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink

One of my favorite restaurants, anywhere. Totally worth the cab fare if you’re staying in South Beach. Located in the Design District, just over the Causeway from Mid-Beach. I’ve eaten here a handful of times, and never had a bad meal. Be sure to save room for Hedy’s desserts. Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink 130 … Continued

The Dutch Miami

The South Beach outpost of this New York City restaurant by Andrew Carmellini is located in the W South Beach Hotel. Giant shellfish platters anchor a seafood-focused menu that also has plenty of meat for your carnivorous uncle. Open for lunch and dinner; they also have a bakery counter that opens at 7:30 a.m. if … Continued