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Two Classic Miami Restaurants Make Their Return

David's comes back to Sobe; Tobacco Road signs lease

SOUTH BEACH – Earlier this week, the Miami New Times reported that David's Cuban Cafe had re-opened on Miami Beach this time on 919 Alton Road. It states that while the space is, "noticeably smaller than its two predecessors," it still is serving up many of its classic dishes like Cuban sandwiches and croquetas. [Miami New Times]

BRICKELL — Also this week it was announced that Miami's oldest bar Tobacco Road, which closed in October, is making a comeback of sorts. Its former manager Joel Rivera, secured a deal with the former owners to take possession of the Tobacco Road name and its assets and is taking up shop at 69 SW 7th Street. To celebrate, the Road is hosting its annual Crawfish boil in the new location this Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. where guests can get a look at the new space and munch on plenty of Crawdads. [EaterWire]

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