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Alicia Silverstone

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MIAMI LIVING 115 ML SELECTS LOCATION CATEGORY | COST DESCRIPTION Dining A FISH CALLED AVALON 700 Ocean Drive | Miami Beach | (305) 532-1727 Seafood Moderate Feast on delectable, fresh seafood like Lobster Cavatelli or Florida Snapper, while you listen to the rhythmic sounds of the live Latin-Caribbean band. Featuring a fine selection of wines, you won't have to worry about reviewing the extensive list as the chefs have paired the perfect wine to complement your meal. MIAMI BEACH FRONT PORCH CAFÉ 1418 Ocean Dr. | Miami Beach (305) 531-8300 Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks Inexpensive You'll actually be dining on the front porch of this little café boasting a nice view of the ocean. Right on the beach, dining here is a fabulous idea as there are tons of yummy menu items. Stop in for brunch, they're serving up hot, fluffy pancakes, delicious Eggs Benedict, and hot coffee—to name a few. It's the breakfast of champions. THE FORGE 432 W 41st St. | Miami Beach (305) 538-8533 | Expensive This decadent restaurant serves up exquisite creative dishes. Their Black and White Sesame Ahi Tuna and Russian Beluga Caviar is as satisfyingly appetizing as their amazing steaks. People gather here to soak up sophisticated company in a setting bathed with elegant stained windows and crystal chandeliers. Creative American/ Steak/Seafood CHINA GRILL 404 Washington Ave., | Miami Beach (305) 535-2211 Pan Asian Expensive China Grill is a Miami Beach hotspot that serves globally influenced Asian cuisine. DEVITO 150 Ocean Dr., | Miami Beach (305) 531-0911 Italian Expensive Renowned restaurateur David Manero has employed a well-traveled culinary team, spearheaded by Executive Chef Mario Silvestri, who brings a traditional Italian Chop House concept to DeVito South Beach. SUSHI ROCK CAFÉ 1351 Collins Ave. | Miami Beach (305) 532-2133 Sushi Moderate Sushi Rock Café provides patrons with a great atmosphere to enjoy delicious volcano rolls and seaweed salads— to name a few. Here you can chow down on Japanese while you rock out to old-school rock n' roll hits. Locals love this spot. LA MAREA 1220 Ocean Drive | Miami Beach (305) 604-5070 | Seafood/ Mediterranean Expensive Located in the Tides Hotel is this art-deco restaurant featuring Mediterranean fare at its finest. Only using the freshest ingredients, dishes like Black Truffle Ravioli and Fettuccini with Lobster Sauce grace the menu along with other great eats. Outdoor seating is also available for dining beneath the stars. TALULA'S 210 23rd St. | Miami Beach (305) 672-0778 New American Expensive Run by Frank Randazzo and his wife, Talulu's whips up innovative dishes inspired by fare from the Southwest, Asia, and Italy. Their Crispy Fried Chesapeake Oysters with Watermelon Blackened Corn Salsita, and Pumpkin Seed Aioli is just a sample of the amazing creations you'll taste here. Foodies will revel in the diverse selection. TAPAS Y TINTOS 448 Espanola Way | Miami Beach (305) 538-8272 Tapas and Spanish Moderate Tapas restaurants are a great way to bring family and friends together. The small, sample-like dishes are meant for sharing-- this way you can try many different dishes. And their moderate prices allow you to practically sample the entire menu. VIX 1144 Ocean Dr. | Miami Beach (305) 428-1234 Continental Expensive Situated in the trendy Hotel Victor, this restaurant features cuisine from Thailand, Spain, and Italy— to name a few. The international assortment of entrées is spectacular—dishes like Hot and Sour Rock shrimp, Ceviche Sampler, Saltwater Prawn Tagine with Artichokes and Preserved Lemons, and Leg of Lamb are just a few that will have you coming back for more of their stellar cuisine. MUFFINSHOP.COM 43915 Alton Rd. | Miami Beach (305) 538-0300 Deli Inexpensive This New York style deli is where everyone in this predominately Jewish neighborhood seems to start their day. Grab a bagel with some lox and schmear or opt for one of their great knishes, latkes, blintzes or pancakes. PAUL BAKERY 450 Lincoln Rd. | Miami Beach (305) 531-1200 | Baked Goods Moderate Fraught with fresh-baked goods, the place always smells scrumptious. There is a bevy of delectable treats and breads. The pastries are great for breakfast or a snack—while their sandwiches bring in patrons during lunchtime. SUBLIME 1431 N. Federal Highway | Fort Lauderdale 954-539-9000 | Natural & Organic Moderate The goal of Sublime is to show that plant-based food can indeed be sublime. And the food here is indeed that—and a whole lot more! Additionally, 100% of Sublime's profits will go to organizations that promote animal welfare and a vegan lifestyle. PASHA'S Coral Gables: 130 Miracle Mile, | Coral Gables, (305)-764-3040 Coconut Grove 1120 NW 14th St, (305)-243-7693 Brickell 1414 Brickell Ave, | Miami (305) 416-5116 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. NEWS CAFE 800 Ocean Dr, | Miami Beach (305) 538-NEWS American Moderate There's no better place to get a taste of people watching in South Beach than at the News Cafe. Whether you come by foot or blade, Harley or Porsche, make sure to snag a table on the outdoor patio. The menu offers great bites, among them the Middle Eastern platter, made-to-order hamburgers, gigantic fruit plates, to-die-for chocolate fondue and omelets with all the fixins'.

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