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Eater National spoke with Michael Schwartz about the maturation of Miami, saying "Miami is starting to grow up a little bit. South Beach was a double edged sword for Miami. It created lots of attention nationally and internationally. But it created this notion of it being a ridiculously trendy, flashy, lack-of-substance kind of place, which it still is in a lot of ways. I'm not bashing Miami. It's my home and I've embraced it. I feel like now the city is settling into itself and doesn't have as much to prove. There are smaller, chef-driven places with an appreciation for local agriculture." [EN]