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A La Folie

  • Rated as: 4/5

Quintessentially French, avec the attitude to prove it, this café is run by a Parisian who brought a piece of his precious city to Miami. A Euro crowd gathers to sip on endless cups of café au lait (ask for small, otherwise it arrives in something

  1. 516 Española Way, at Pennsylvania Avenue
  2. Main courses $6-$20
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AltaMare

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4

On a forgotten stretch of Lincoln Road, this mom-and-pop setup is the antithesis to glitzy Miami. But the fresh, simply prepared seafood—done with an Italian slant—has earned the restaurant a loyal following. Typical entrées might be fettuccine

  1. 1223 Lincoln Road, at Alton Road
  2. Main courses $19–$54
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Andiamo

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 1/4

Pizza fans make the out-of-the-way trek to this Upper East Side gem to chow down on gourmet pizza in a former garage (complete with functioning carwash). Brick oven delicacies take their cue from every corner of the country: New England clam,

  1. 5600 Biscayne Boulevard, at 56th Street
  2. Main courses $9-$18
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Andiamo

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 1/4

Pizza fans make the out-of-the-way trek to this Upper East Side gem to chow down on gourmet pizza in a former garage (complete with functioning carwash). Brick oven delicacies take their cue from every corner of the country: New England clam,

  1. 5600 Biscayne Boulevard, at 56th Street
  2. Main courses $9-$18
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El Chalan

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 1/4

Miami’s best food is often found in strip malls, and this budget Peruvian caff is a case in point. The aesthetics are cheap: bright, unflattering lights, laminated menus and photographs of the food. But the home cooking is top notch. The ceviche

  1. 7971 Bird Road, at SW 79th Avenue
  2. Main courses $6-$19
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Jimmy's Eastside Diner

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 1/4

The sign outside declares that Jimmy’s is "Your Friendly Neighborhood Eatery," and it’s one of the few places left in the city where you can spend $5 on breakfast and have some silver left over. It’s not in the most fashionable area and

  1. 7201 Biscayne Boulevard, at NE 72nd Street
  2. Main courses $5-$10
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