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Food Frenzy

The whirlwind that was moving in is finally over and now you’re on your own. And let’s be honest, living in a new city with such diversity means it can be almost impossible to find the right place for the right situation- and all you want is a good meal! Whether you’re looking to dine with the celebrities, craving a late night snack or want a place to go with your friends, South Beach, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and South Miami offer a variety of restaurants serving cuisine ranging from sushi to steak, pasta to fine pastries and everything in between. There are far too many great choices to navigate alone, so here is a guide of some well known (and some not-so-well-known) spots guaranteed to satisfy any stomach.

SOUTH BEACH

Prime One Twelve
A Modern Steakhouse

Prime 112 is the ultimate fine-dining experience on South Beach’s Ocean Drive. The open kitchen allows for the smell of prime steaks to touch all of your senses. The menu combines traditional steakhouse cuisine with contemporary flair, so be prepared to taste the most delicious steak in Miami-but at a price that may break the bank. (305) 532-8112
$$$$$ Fine Dining, Valet/Nearby Garages.
112 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach, FL 33139

Sushi Samba

Part of the Sushi Samba chain, the Miami hot spot, Dromo is known first for its atmosphere and has a menu to back up its reputation. Offering a mix of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, music and design, Dromo is a truly unique Miami experience. Specials include the “happy box” lunch, Sake and Sushi 101 and the Sunday Samba brunch. (305) 673-5337 $$$ Restaurant, Nearby Garages/Valet
600 Lincoln Road. Miami, FL 33139

SOUTH MIAMI CORAL GABLES

Dan Marino’s

Dan Marino’s: This classic spot is just a short walk from campus and offers delicious food in a casual setting. All appetites will be pleased with spectacular steaks, reasonably priced entr

August 27, 2007

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