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Miami Beach has beautiful sunshine, captivating people and a fun vibe — all of which help draw 23.3 million visitors to Greater Miami each year. There’s something for everyone on the economic spectrum: ultra high-end luxury hotels and travelers’ hostels, upscale restaurants and stores hawking $10 flip-flops. But certain parts of the city have developed a reputation
Joe’s Stone Crab — 11 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-673-0365, joesstonecrab.com. In a transient town, it’s nice to know some things endure. Joe’s has been around since 1913, serving cracked Florida stone crab ($69.95 for five large claws), bargain fried chicken ($6.95), creamed spinach, hashed brown potatoes and Key lime pie. It’s a quintessential South
The rich aroma of coffee hits you as soon as you enter the Lincoln Eatery. Toiling away against a backdrop of white, gold, and maple tones in a corner of the food hall is David McLennan, an Australian native who owns XO Espresso with his wife, Puja Lakhlani, and leads a team of baristas in serving specialty
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What to expect from the weather this weekend in the Miami Beach area.
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