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If you're craving for some juicy, home-style barbecue, Sparky's Roadside BBQ on 1st Street is a good place to go. Established in 2010, this all-American barbecue place has been dishing irresistible treats and signature preparations like pulled pork, baby back ribs and brisket that are cooked to perfections, swathed in secret sauces and rubs and whatnots. The result is a menu of several local favorites that keep a steady inflow of regular patrons. The joint also offers a catering service for big and small events. Numerous combos and value-for-money deals are on offer along with a range of sides and desserts. Drop in to check the hype.
La Provence French Bakery is an artisanal French bakery that has a number of locations all over the city. The restaurant decor is quite simple, with some seating space. Ideal for breakfast as well as a mid-day snack, they have a range of egg preparations, salads and pastas for lunch as well as desserts such as strawberry cheesecake, macrons, raspberry tarts and more.
Receiving rave reviews, Arson is touted to be one of the best restaurants and bars in Miami. Featuring a glittery and warm interior furnished with comfortable tables, the establishment has been attracting a large number of patrons, luring them effortlessly to its domain. Guests have been praising the restaurant's friendly staff and efficient service, arriving here curious and leaving satisfied and sated! The menu is decked with delights, some of which can be shared among the guests at a table depending on the plates, and you can sample scrumptious items like charbroiled oyster, salads, artichokes, baby squid, mussels, mushroom confit, Argentinian shrimp, half Maine lobster, Kurobuta pork belly, and flap steak among other equally delectable food items. The Happy Hours here are relaxing, offering a much needed reprieve from the chaos unfurling in the world beyond the confines of the spot. You can pick from an assortment of drinks, including wines, as you unwind with friends and family.
Located in the Galleria International Mall in downtown Miami, this is a tiny counter service restaurant where you can pick up some authentic Indian fast food to go. Inexpensive platters include salad, rice, an entree, and vegetable side dishes. This restaurant prepares some of the best vegetarian dishes in Miami as well as stews, soups, and rice crepes. Located in a food court, the environment is definitely fast-paced and oriented towards take-out dining. However, the variety and quality of the food is impressive, given the low pricing.
Located on a side street, this small restaurant packs a great value and authentic ambiance. The owners and their family serve and cook. Portions are generous and prices are reasonable. From appetizers, to main courses to a small list of desserts, the place offers all you need to sample this exotic cuisine. Try the chicken on a skewer with peanut and soy sauce, or the Indonesian version of a spring roll, both very good. Ask for an order of shrimp crackers, crisp and satisfying. As a main course try the typical Balinese dishes and you won't be disappointed. Service is prompt and the place is clean and cozy. - Mercedes de Marchena
This downtown restaurant serves up simple Italian food in a beautiful, outdoor dining area. Mostly a breakfast and lunch spot, don't miss those exciting nights when they are open for dinner accompanied by live Latin music. Soya e Pomodoro offers up all your Italian favorites, such as Ravioli and Lasagne, as well as wines, beers and of course, classic Italian desserts such as Tiramisu.