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Alicia Silverstone

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PASHA'S 900 Lincoln Rd. | Miami Beach (305) 673-3919 | Mediterranean Affordable Boasting seven Miami locations, Pasha's brings healthy Mediterranean fare to south Florida. Pasha's casual dining ambiance is as inviting as their high-quality and delicious food, which you can have for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Their menu features pitas, gourmet salads, grilled kebabs, marinated gyros, and more. PK ORIENTAL MART 225 NE 167th St. | North Miami (305) 654-9646 | Chinese Inexpensive Unlike most metropolitan areas, Miami has never really had a Chinatown. However, between 167th and 163rd street in Sunny Isles, a Chinatown is quietly emerging. One of the best restaurants in this area is PK-- a market and deli. You'll find traditional Chinese food like roast duck, crispy tender pork, and dumplings—all of which you can take home and prepare yourself. 112 MIAMI LIVING ML SELECTS Miami is overflowing with restaurants, from the impressive 5-Star, to the inviting alfresco eateries, to the international fare serving--the diverse selection of cuisine will satisfy all preferences—even the finicky. Specialties from all other the globe can be found all right here, you just have to know where to dine. Miami Living has sampled the most mouth-watering bites in the area, and now we're letting you know where to go for delicious dishes. LOCATION CATEGORY | COST DESCRIPTION NORTH MIAMI Aventura, Bal Harbour, North Miami Beach Dining CAPTAIN JIM'S SEAFOOD 12950 W. Dixie Hwy. | North Miami (305) 892-2812 Seafood Moderate The Captain serves up succulent, fresh seafood. Sample some cracked conch, snapper, smoked fish dip, and huge sweet shrimp, boiled, grilled or fried or some sushi at their sushi bar. This is a seafood lover's heaven. CLE GRIOT DE MADAME JOHN 975 NE 125th St. | North Miami (305) 892-9333 Haitian Inexpensive In addition to their popular menu item griot (crispy Haitian-style fried pork); they serve other savory dishes including tassot, poisson gro sel, and whole spiced fish-- among other creative eats. This colorful and affordable eatery will have you coming back for lunch and dinner. HAM & EGGERY 560 NE 167th St. | North Miami (305) 947-1430 Diner Inexpensive The exterior looks something like a barn, which suits it since its serves all the country fixings one might expect. The 24-hour diner serves inexpensive comfort food, like eggs fixed whoever you'd like, sausage, pancakes, grits and more. HANNA'S GOURMET DINER 13951 Biscayne Blvd. | North Miami (305) 947-2255 French/ New American Diner Moderate Housed within a long, silver building resembling a rail car, you'll find this interesting French eatery. The moderate prices and diner-style setting suggest that French food doesn't always have to be pretentious and stuffy. A few traditional meals they serve are steak au poivre, herb-roasted chicken, veal Bolognese, and calf's liver. JERUSALEM MARKET AND DELI 16275 Biscayne Blvd. | North Miami Beach (305) 948-9080 Jewish Inexpensive This quiet and cozy spot is situated within a North Miami strip mall. There are a number of wonderful Middle Eastern meals found at this deli, and everything you need to make a falafel—hummus, baba ghannouj, kefta kebaba… Sample the maneesh-- pita bread baked with a topping of sesame seeds, oregano, thyme, and olive oil. LEA'S TEA ROOM 9700 Collins Ave. | Bal Harbour (305) 868-0901 Tea Room/Bakery Moderate Found in the Bal Harbour Mall, stop in this charming tea room to taste their fine selection of teas and delicious baked treats. The atmosphere and beverage will bring you a few moments of Zen. SCOTTY'S LANDING 3381 Pan American Dr. | Coconut Grove (305) 854-2626 Seafood, American Inexpensive Sail your boat up to this oceanfront restaurant, where you can grab a bite to eat and a frosty beer. They have plenty of seafood, burgers, po' boys, and is the perfect place to watch the sun go down. COCONUT GROVE VARIOUS Coconut Grove | Various Inexpensive Check out the Glase Organic Market and Raw Deli (3300 Grand Ave) for some great eats. In addition, you can usually find The Professor of BBQ selling out of a van off Douglas and Grand. There are a few remaining funky shops and eateries west, along Grand Ave where a part hippy, part Caribbean vibe still lingers.

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