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Miami Cheap Eats 2015: The Top New Cheap Restaurants, Mapped

The best new places to eat on a small budget

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It's Cheap Eats Week here at Eater, and we're celebrating all things food and drink that won't break the bank.

Miami has plenty of old staples for an inexpensive bite (and we will get to those later in the week), but there are several new options in town. Here are eight new options that won't break the bank.

Don't see your favorite? Give it a shoutout in the comments.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies

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If you're looking to make your sweet tooth happy on the cheap then head to Fireman Derek's, where it serves up slices of classic and unique homemade pies on the cheap. [Photo Credit: Fireman Derek's]

Huahua's Taqueria

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This taco shop might be located on tourist heavy — and pricey — Lincoln Road but that doesn't mean its prices are up there. For under $4 you can get your choice of taco from the classic al pastor to the more unique fried chicken taco.

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This authentic Venezuelan Arepera serves up a array of corn arepas stuffed with everything from chicken salad to black beans and sweet plantains — with none costing more than $6.50. [Photo Credit: Wynwood Miami]

Miami Smokers

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If you're a fan of meat then this is the place for you. Part "smokehouse" and part restaurant diners can munch on a variety of meat-filled sandwiches with the most expensive one coming in at $12. [Photo Credit: Miami Smokers]

Ms. Cheezious

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The brick-and-mortar outpost of the popular food truck serves up much more than its signature grilled cheese sandwiches at the restaurant, but it still won't break the bank since none of its sandwiches are more than $10.

My Ceviche

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This local ceviche chain has been serving up the well-priced ceviche, tacos and stone crab claws, that has given its pricey competitor down the street some much deserved competition. [Photo Credit: Miami Culinary Tours}

Taquiza

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Quickly becoming the go-to for a inexpensive bite on South Beach no matter the time of day, this taqueria serves up authentic tacos on handmade tortillas for just $3.50 a pop. [Photo Credit: Chat Chow TV]
This hidden pizza parlor serves up authentic pies that has the entire city buzzing, and for under $5 you can get a personal margherita pizza and try it for yourself.

Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies

If you're looking to make your sweet tooth happy on the cheap then head to Fireman Derek's, where it serves up slices of classic and unique homemade pies on the cheap. [Photo Credit: Fireman Derek's]

Huahua's Taqueria

This taco shop might be located on tourist heavy — and pricey — Lincoln Road but that doesn't mean its prices are up there. For under $4 you can get your choice of taco from the classic al pastor to the more unique fried chicken taco.

La Latina Miami

This authentic Venezuelan Arepera serves up a array of corn arepas stuffed with everything from chicken salad to black beans and sweet plantains — with none costing more than $6.50. [Photo Credit: Wynwood Miami]

Miami Smokers

If you're a fan of meat then this is the place for you. Part "smokehouse" and part restaurant diners can munch on a variety of meat-filled sandwiches with the most expensive one coming in at $12. [Photo Credit: Miami Smokers]

Ms. Cheezious

The brick-and-mortar outpost of the popular food truck serves up much more than its signature grilled cheese sandwiches at the restaurant, but it still won't break the bank since none of its sandwiches are more than $10.

My Ceviche

This local ceviche chain has been serving up the well-priced ceviche, tacos and stone crab claws, that has given its pricey competitor down the street some much deserved competition. [Photo Credit: Miami Culinary Tours}

Taquiza

Quickly becoming the go-to for a inexpensive bite on South Beach no matter the time of day, this taqueria serves up authentic tacos on handmade tortillas for just $3.50 a pop. [Photo Credit: Chat Chow TV]

VisaO1

This hidden pizza parlor serves up authentic pies that has the entire city buzzing, and for under $5 you can get a personal margherita pizza and try it for yourself.

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