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THE BEST FOOD SPOTS: Every Miamian Should Have at Least Once

 

PINCH KITCHEN

Eating your vegetables is super important but most of us don’t see it as the most interesting thing to eat. Chefs John Gallo and Rene Reyes at Pinch Kitchen will definitely change your mind. Though it’s not a vegetarian restaurant, most of Pinch’s produce is from a farm in North Miami, which means dishes like kimchi guacamole actually taste like fresh vegetables! With fresh-caught seafood served daily and some of the best ceviche you’d find, Pinch could well be your new favorite food spot.

 

HARRY’S  PIZZERIA  

Harry’s Pizzeria is James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz’s neighborhood American pizzeria first opened in 2011, a hip, casual joint for people who love pizza, but who also crave and gather around innovative, genuine cooking. Pies feature fresh, chef-curated toppings and a tender, quick-fired crust with integrity, like Braised Short Rib, named one of America’s Best Pizzas by The Daily Meal and also named one of the top 25 pizzerias in America by Food & Wine magazine.

Check out David’s review on the pizzeria:

 

 

 

 

AZUCAR ICE CREAM COMPANY

Azucar’s ice cream and sorbet flavors use high quality, all natural ingredients.  They even buy their ruby red mamey down the street at the Los Piñarenos fruit stand and their sweet platano maduros are hand-prepared at El Nuevo Siglo Grocery Store.  Whenever possible, they use locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetables from South Florida farmers markets and Redland, Florida growers. Their wide variety of flavors will definitely have you wanting more.

 

NEW YORK GRILLED CHEESE

THIS. VIDEO. SAYS. IT. ALL.

 

 

 

 

ALTER

Alter is a casual, chef-driven American restaurant located in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood led by Chef Bradley Kilgore. The seasonal cuisine is focused on responsibly sourced ingredients highlighting the rich seafood, fruits, vegetables and meats of Florida. Alter’s beverage program includes an uncompromising wine selection that spans from top well-known producers to small artisanal growers from around the world.

 

 

Try some of these places out and let us know your experience.