Food & Drink

5 smoldering new places to watch the Heat

Published On 05/29/2014 Published On 05/29/2014
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1. Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza 520 West Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

With this being the 46th location, the team behind this pizzeria likely knows what they're doing. With a full liquor bar and name-appropriate coal-fired stove, this eatery seats 100 total, split between indoor and outdoor, and pies named after NFH Hall of Famer and part owner Dan Marino.

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2. Duffy's Sports Grill 1800 Bell Tower Ln, Weston, FL 33326

This sports-themed grill with over 50 TV screens and rocks typical sports bar fare. The expected BBQ baby back rips and chicken wings come with a slight seafood-focused edge, sided beside lobster rolls and lobster mac and cheese.

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3. The Mighty 2224 Coral Way, Coral Gables, FL 33145

A gastropub with housemade sausage might not sound particularly special, but when you find out that their Sausage of the Sea has a mix of salmon, fresh octopus, dry sea scallops and herbs, you'll definitely want to make a beeline in that direction. Add to that their house-cured bacon, TVs, and rare craft German beers (some of which get mixed with duck into another housemade sausage) and the spot is a must-visit.

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4. Beer 360 18090 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles, FL 33160

This Brazilian steak palace is serving up picanha by the ounce, other steaks by the not-ounce, and dozens of different sausages that you can smoke right at your table in personal brick furnaces, all while sipping on one of 360 different craft brews, 40 that’re on draft.

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5. Brother Jimmy's Sunset Place 5701 Sunset Drive, South Miami, FL 33146

Brother Jimmy's has been "puttin' some South" in New Yorker's mouths for 20 years and now Floridians can add another outpost to the Bro J's roster in South Miami.