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Doma Polo Bistro, SuViche, and Corner Bakery Cafe Certified Open

1) Downtown: The newest addition to Downtown's Biscayne Boulevard is Doma Polo Bistro and Urban Daddy has an inside look at this sleek yet rustic Argentinian steakhouse. As the name suggests, the polo thing is popular with these guys and is carried throughout with booths made from horse stalls and a décor that includes mallets, helmets and crops. Located across the street from the American Airlines Arena, you won't have to travel far after the game or concert. Status: Certified Open; 900 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, (305) 400-0588.

2) Miami Beach: Take Japanese sushi and Peruvian ceviche and put them together what do you get? SuViche. Just opened next to Yardbird, this second location is bigger than the original one that started it all in Brickell. tells how what started as a college project from a 25 year-old student at Florida International University, Aliosha Stern, has now developed into a popular concept. Stern has plans to continue expansion throughout South Florida. Status: Certified Open; 1119 16th Street, Miami Beach, (305) 777-3555.

3) South Miami: Thrillist reports that Miami finally gets its first Corner Bakery Cafe. The popular bakery chain has locations around the U.S. and Florida, now making its way down south to The Falls shopping mall. A great pit stop to refuel from shopping with a coffee or smoothie, the cafe also has a variety of deli sandwiches, soups, salads, pastas and of course baked goods like homemade whoopie pies. Status: Certified Open; 8888 SW 136th Street, South Miami, (305) 235-6098.
[Photo of Doma Polo Bistro courtesy of Urban Daddy]

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