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The Juicery Bar is a small smoothie place on Brickell Key. Since opening, The Juicery Bar has garnered a loyal following and filled a void in the small community. The smoothies are fresh and generous and come in a variety of combinations. For a light lunch, wraps, salads and chalupas are prepared tasty and healthy-not an ounce of fat anywhere. Their "lunch boxes" can include baked empanadas. Their baking consists of whole wheat flour and produces such treats as curry banana bread with chocolate chips, carrot-pineapple cake and apple muffins. Try the different sauces like camoy (a Mexican sweet, sour and spicy sauce). Salads include green mango salad and avocado salad sprinkled with chili powder, salt and citric acid. Desserts are fresh fruit popsicles, ice cream, fruit jellies and marmalade and organic plantain chips. You'll love it!
While driving down Miami's Southwest 8th Street, when you come across a 30 inches (76.2 centimeters) tall ice cream cone, be assured, you have arrived at Azucar Ice Cream Company. Established in 2011, this ice cream parlor offers delicious flavors that are inspired by the owner's grandmother's personal recipes. Locally sourced, fresh ingredients are used in the production of the ice creams. Try out their signature ice creams like Dulce de Leche (caramel), Willy Cherrino, Balsamic-Strawberry, Mulatica (Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookie) and Key Lime Pie; the unique flavors are sure to please your taste buds.
There are those who love eating at a successful ice cream chain and others who prefer an old fashioned parlor. This is the perfect place to fight Miami's unbearable heat. The Freize Ice Cream is a blend of both. The parlor has a retro feel and its customers often frequent to get a daily fix of their favorite scoop. Macadamia caramel and double toffee are popular along with tamarind, papaya, lychee and guava sorbets. All food is made on the premises.
Located in the heart of Miami Beach, a few miles away to the east of Miami, Dylan's Candy Bar is an ideal place to appease your sweet tooth. Walk in through the doors and you will be drawn into the colorful world of sugar-filled goodies that will remind you of the fictional Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. Featuring an extensive variety of confections, this store caters to varied taste buds; modern innovative flavors as well as old-time candies are offered. Dine at their patio, and enjoy their offerings, while basking in the tropical sun.
Personable, friendly service and a rich history help make Versailles not only an excellent dining adventure, but also one of the memorable cultural experiences in Miami. All of the menu specialties are spicy, flavorful and traditionally Cuban and the same applies to the ambiance as well. The restaurant is open into the wee hours, so come for an early breakfast or a very late dinner. Catch up on local happenings while enjoying authentic Cuban coffee and cuisines. Prices are reasonable.
Peacock Garden Cafe is a beautiful restaurant that serves delicious food and drinks. Visit Peacock Garden Cafe with your entire family or bunch of friends to savor some of their marvelous dishes and to have a good time. Outstanding service adds to the overall experience. The beautiful facility also offers banquet halls and private dining rooms. Call ahead or check website for more information.
For tasty juicy burgers and frosty beers in a laid back atmosphere, Lokal is the place for you. Lokal hand-grinds all their meats daily, so you can ensure the maximum freshness, and for non-carnivores, they have been voted best Veggie Burger in Miami as well. Enjoy traditional toppings like homemade ketchup, bacon, cheeses and veggies, or get more adventurous with guava jelly, candied bacon or onion marmalade. In addition to the burgers they have a selection of other sandwiches like tuna fish sandwich and other entrees like chicken and waffles. You can even get as local and adventurous as possible and try fried alligator strips! Bring your canine friends too, as they have their own special menu! True to the name, Lokal uses locally sourced ingredients whenever possible and is the first restaurant in Miami to use all renewable energy for power.
Established in 1985 by the Giampetro family, Whip N Dip Ice Cream Shoppe has been delighting locals and visitors to the sunny Coral Gables with saccharine-filled goodness. The ice creams, cakes, pastries, cookies, cannolis and other dessert goodies are sure to please your craving for sweets. Apart from regular flavors like chocolate, strawberry, vanilla and mint, they offer a range of daily specials. Visitors can also call for custom flavors. They also offer cakes, cookies and ice creams with messages written on it; these make for wonderful gift items.
Delicious, sinfully fattening pastas, pizzas, and seafood dishes make up the menu at Big Cheese, a local favorite. Pasta choices include lasagna, manicotti, and ravioli. Choose from more than 20 pizza toppings, or for a lower calorie alternative, try a gourmet sandwich. Pastas cost about USD11 per plate, while sandwiches cost around USD6. Serving portions are large and very filling. Service is quick and attentive.
Wall's Old Fashioned Ice Cream will take you through a nostalgic trip with their vintage interiors and classic flavors. Delicious frozen desserts are served in huge servings here. A South Miami staple, Wall's is equally renowned for its tasty homemade fudges. From monster cookie sundaes to banana splits and the old strawberry soda, you can't go wrong with any of the items listed on the menu. Get ready for an icy treat that is truly delightful.
A restaurant where presentation is just as important as taste, Samurai is a great pick for a meal with the family. Although it has always been known as an excellent teppanyaki restaurant, Samurai has also established a reputation for being a great sushi spot. Teriyaki steak, spicy hibachi chicken, hibachi calamari and yellowtail rolls are some of the delights the menu features. A separate children's menu is also available.