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Eater Miami's Top Posts of 2015

The year in food

As 2015 comes to a close, take a look back at some of the best posts of the year. There were openings galore, plus some famous food people swinging through town and helpful guides to Miami eating.

These 10 Miami Restaurants Have the Best Views in Town

Dinner with a view is almost a prerequisite in this town. Here are 10 great spots.

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Arby's Apologizes to Pembroke Pines Cop Who Was Allegedly Denied Service at its Restaurant

According to Pembroke Pines Police, a uniformed officer was allegedly denied service at a local Arby's on 11755 Pines Blvd "due to being a police officer."

Miami's 16 Essential Brunch Spots

Brunch is an art in this town. These places show you why.

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Wynwood's 10 Hottest Restaurants

Wynwood is the neighborhood de jour and these restaurants prove it.

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25 Old-School Miami Restaurants, Bars and Markets Still Worth Visiting

Miami might be a young city in the grand scheme of things — it was only incorporated in 1896 — but we still have plenty of spots that have some history behind them that also serve solid food and drink.

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Sandbar: A Bar Rescued, or a Bar Ruined?

the new sandbar

Some may call it a bar rescued, others, a bar ruined. (Actually, the former applies to nobody). Either way, Sandbar in Coconut Grove as we knew it became a distant memory.

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Historic Spanish Market, La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel, Opens in Bayfront Park

The historic Spanish artisan food market, La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel, is making an extended pop-up visit in Miami through January 31.

The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right Now

A drinker's guide to Miami's best concoctions this minute.

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