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Since this French-owned eatery began selling sandwiches, salads, smoothies, and shakes in 1988, a crowd has lingered along the lengthy counter that extends up an alley off... More »
The strawberry marshmallow tart looks like a ruby-studded hat for a pampered parakeet. The chocolate macaroon could be an ottoman for... More »
Panera is nothing like Burger King, KFC, Taco Bell, or any of those old-style chains that are ever-so-slowly sliding into obsolescence. This national bakery shares more in... More »
Ana Rabel and Laura Alfonso, proprietors of this health-oriented breakfast and lunch spot in Coral Gables, are a mother and daughter team. That's uncommon in the... More »
It might seem off-the-wall to say Kendall's Off the Grille is an upscale, healthful eatery in a traffic-choked shopping mall. After all, everything costs less than $15. But... More »
Jimmy'z Kitchen's famous mofongo (fried plantains mashed with garlic) has become a foodie rite of passage for many a Miamian. If it's available, get it - they don't serve it... More »
Despite our proximity to the ocean, Miami suffers from a tragic lack of laidback shack-type spots to grab grub and an icy drink (no, Ocean Drive's overpriced sidewalk... More »
True Francophiles swoon when the words "Chocolate Fashion" are uttered. Just one look into the lighted pastry case is enough to make them sob. There are glazed super-size... More »
Strawberry milkshakes. Homemade cherry pies. Fresh veggies. It doesn't get more all-American than the lush spread at Pinecrest Wayside Market. They've made many a... More »
This dual-purpose spot is a bistro and pottery workshop, so artists of all ages can get their paint on while inhaling eye-candy cupcakes and homemade baked goods. In... More »
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I prefer to let my music do most of the talking," announces Miami-based singer-songwriter Deblois Milledge as she appears at the door of this reporter's house armed with a guitar, a mandolin, several CDs, and a promotional DVD. She slips the latter into her laptop, and out flows a sampling of her earthy folk rock and lyrics, as heard on the song "Crazy." Then she starts to talk, and it's...