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The 38 Essential Miami Restaurants, October 2014

Here, now, is an updated version of Miami's Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This highly elite group, which is in no particular order of...

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Seven (Boozy) Ways to Spice Up Your Night in Miami

These cocktails bite.

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Where and When to Go There For Cocktails $10 and Under

How to get drunk on the cheap.

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Radio Bar's Cocktail Week Special; Oktoberfest at Bistro BE

Das boot challenges, great views, truffle dinners and more.

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Jeanne Gang & Daniel Libeskind's Latest S. Florida Buildings

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This Friday, Ask Eater Critic Robert Sietsema Anything You Want

On Friday, October 24 from 3 p.m. till 4 p.m. EST, Eater critic/organ meat enthusiast Robert Sietsema will be doing an AMA on Eater's New York City forum. That means that Robert will be answering...

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The Rum Line, Loews Miami Beach Hotel's New Cocktail Bar

Florida-inspired cocktails and small plates by Lure, coming soon.

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Where to Get Tatted in Miami; Store Openings Around Town

Racked Miami wants to ink you, then sculpt your calves.

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Ani Meinhold on Getting Creative With Low Alcohol Spirits at The Federal

For this special Cocktail Week edition of The Barkeepers, we spoke to The Federal's owner/ self proclaimed bar wench, Ani about liquor licenses, exciting ingredients, muddling and drunken guests.

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'Silence of the Lambchops' at The Fed; Get Ready for the SoBeWFF Madness

Dinners have creepy names for halloween.

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Scope Out What You'll be Sipping on at Soo Woo When it Opens

Soo Woo gives us a little preview of their Asian inspired cocktails.

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Albert Trummer on Medicinal Cocktails, House Elixirs and Botanicals

Mixologist Albert Trummer talks Drawing Room, creating his own herbal infusions, curing hangovers and so much more in this special Cocktail Week edition of The Barkeepers.

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Now Tobacco Road is Opening on a Cruise Ship

Not the end of the road after all.

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Julio Cabrera, The King of Miami’s Cocktail Scene

Lifers, the Cocktail Week edition with Julio Cabrera of The Regent Cocktail Club

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Tobacco Road Has a New Location

If the iconic bar can raise enough funds to relocate, then it has a home.

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Tons of New Details on Chef Pascal Oudin's New Eatery, Brasserie Central

Oudin's new Parisian bistro will serve homemade sausage, traditional hors d'oeuvres, crepes and so much more.

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The Lunchbox, Wynwood's New 'Neo-Traditional' Restaurant

Wynwood's newest eatery, The Lunchbox, will open in the next few months.

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Pablo Fernández-Valdés on Barcelona's Gastronomy, Miami Sunlight and Opening Klima

Everything you could ever want to know about Miami's Beach's new Spanish restaurant, Klima.

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South Beach's New Club is Not a Nightclub, it's a Craft Social Club

Craft cocktail bar-meets-club at South Beach's newest offering from LP Steele and RT Murphy, Craft Social Club

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How Miami's Restaurant Industry Would Change the World Through Food

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