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Alicia Silverstone

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114 MIAMI LIVING ML SELECTS BALI CAFÉ 109 NE 2nd Ave. | Miami (305) 358-5751 Indonesian Moderate Named after the island off the coast of Indonesia, this café features authentic Indonesian cuisine. Try these Indonesian favorites: satays, gado gado (tofu, egg and steamed veggies in peanut sauce) and the savory nasi goreng (fried rice with spicy coconut chicken and beef). You're mouth will experience a variety of appetizing flavors. JAKE'S BAR & GRILL 6901 SW 57th Ave. | South Miami (305) 662-8632 | Bar & Grill Moderate A lively bar and restaurant, this place serves up yummy food with a smile. You'll enjoy sophisticated grilled meat and seafood dishes, along with an excellent wine list. On Tuesdays you can listen to live jazz while you eat dinner. CARIBBEAN DELIGHT 236 NE 1st Ave. | Miami (305) 381-9254 Caribbean Inexpensive Feel as if you're dining in the islands with this Caribbean-inspired menu featuring jerked, curried and stewed meats, and refreshing beverages like ginger beer and homemade lemonade. They also serve soursop soup. Their tropical fare is just plain delicious. PERRICONE'S MARKETPLACE AND CAFE 15 SE 10th St. | Miami (305) 374-9449 Gourmet Bistro Moderate Owner, Steven Perricone demonstrates his worldly taste with this unique marketplace and café. Featuring homemade mozzarella, chocolate sushi, calamari, and sub-sandwiches—these are just a few of their popular menu items. You'll find foods from all around the globe, from San Francisco chocolates to international wines. RIVER OYSTER BAR 650 S. Miami Ave. | Miami (305) 530-1915 | Oyster Bar Moderate Serving fresh oysters shipped daily from the shores of the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico, you can get your fill of these delicious sea-dwelling delights. Their drink menu features a number of refreshing libations, like specialty brews on tap, wines, and top shelf liquors. The expertly seasoned fare is served up by Chef David Bracha's team of culinary artists. SOYKA'S 5556 NE 4th Ct. | Miami (305) 759-3117 American Moderate Mark Soyka, the man who also brought Miami the popular eateries: News Cafe and Van Dyke Café, has done it again with this tasty bistro situated in a former train station. Their lunch menu is fraught with comfort food staples, like juicy burgers and wood-fired pizzas. For dinner, they feature satisfying dishes such as the Linguine with spicy Italian sausage. LOCATION CATEGORY | COST DESCRIPTION THE CAPITAL GRILLE 444 Brickell Ave, | Miami (305) 374-4500 Steak House Expensive It's fitting that the Miami River's mouth opens wide at this enticing spot. You'll strike gold in the Financial District with any dry-aged steak you choose. We're close to the Performing Arts Center and the Port of Miami, and next to none that will rival their incredible food and service. ANDIAMO BRICK OVEN PIZZA 5600 Biscayne Blvd. | Miami (305) 762-5751 Pizza Cheap Voted the "Best Pizza in Town", Andiamo! is always packed with eager patrons looking to devor a slice of their New York and Italian-style pies. Housed in an old-fashioned car wash, this place has an inviting ambiance. As for taste, their ingredients are fresh, and their slices hit the spot. If you're not in the mood for pizza, try their paninis made with homemade foccacia. Dining DOGMA 7030 Biscayne Blvd. | Miami (305) 759-3433 Grill Cheap This hot dog stand takes the plain hot dog to a whole new level. You can have a regular hot dog or try their vegetarian-friendly soy dog. Pack on an array of condiments for a real punch—sauerkraut, cheese, barbeque or any of their special Dogma sauces. And their cheese fries are a must! They also have salads and sandwiches. THE KNIFE 401 Biscayne Blvd. (786) 866-3999 Steak House Moderate The Knife is an Argentine-style steak house that offers its customers attentive and cordial service, comfortable surroundings, a mouthwatering array of desserts and, above all, high-quality cuts of meat that will surprise even the most demanding gourmand. PACIFIC TIME 35 NE 40th St, | Miami (305) 722-7369 Mediterranean Expensive Pacific Time's relocation to the Design District has been downright redemptive for Jonathan Eismann and his Pan- Asian/Pacific Rim cuisine. Serving up delectable contemporary dishes made with the freshest organic ingredients there are, you're sure to return for more of their exquisite culinary creations. DOWNTOWN MIAMI/BRICKELL DESIGN DISTRICT

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