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Miami's 10 Best Hangover Destinations

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We all know what a night drenched in tequila shots, jager bombs and long islands leads to: a ravenous morning where we crave nothing but the foods that make our waistlines expand and our souls to feel euphoria. But if a hearty, delicious, often grease-stained meal is the price we pay for a boozy night out then hey, keep the drinks flowing. For Cocktail Week 2013's Hangover Power Hour, we've compiled a list of Miami's ten best hangover destinations, so whether you choose to soak up your night with an oversized omelet or prefer to keep the party flowing with bottomless mimosas, you'll be sure to have a quick and enjoyable recovery when the sun rises.
— Ashley Brozic


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The Filling Station

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When it comes to a hangover, ain't nothin' a little grease can't fix, which is why The Filling Station is the ultimate stop when you're desperately craving that juicy burger topped with peanut butter and pulled pork tots on the side. If you're really hungry, go for the Adams Eighteen Wheeler: 9 burgers, 18 slices of cheese and 9 onion rings. Eat it in one hour and it's on the house!

Mercadito Midtown

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Mercadito Midtown knows the best cure for a hangover is to keep drinking, which is why they've conjured their Hangover Cure for $18 (3 items, one drink per person) and their Ultimate Hangover Cure (3 items, unlimited drinks). So if you're craving a.m. tacos al pastor or a chorizo omelette, this is definitely the spot for you.

Harry's Pizzeria

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Sometimes, you just need a good pizza to cure a boozy morning. At Harry's you can enjoy a GREAT pizza with ingredients like slow roasted pork, caramelized onion or cave-aged gruyere. If you're there on the weekends dig into brunch specials like lamb & egg paninis and keep your energy up with a Panther Coffee espresso.

Big Pink

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If you haven't heard of Big Pink, then you've probably been living under a rock since 1996. It's the ultimate hangover spot, with enough menu items to keep you coming for months without ever repeating a meal, whether you're in for wraps, burgers, salads or smoothies. And if the thought of daylight scares you, fret not. They deliver!

Shinju Japanese Buffet

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Ever wake up with a ravenous craving for sushi, but feel an 8-piece roll won't satisfy? Yeah, we know the feeling, which is why we think Shinju Japanese Buffet is the perfect destination when you want unlimited spicy mayo rolls or fried rice off the hibachi for $10-$20. And you can forget the buffet stigma here. Shinju is known for its great service and fresh cuisine.

Le Sandwicherie

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Sometimes the only thing that can satisfy morning-after-raging famine is something extraordinarily cheesy. Enter Le Sandwicherie's famous croques. Whether you like yours with melted brie or prosciutto, your stomach (and soul) will surely leave in a state of nirvana.

Versailles Restaurant

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Other cities may soak up a night of drinking with bagels and lox. In Miami, we prefer something a little more vibrant, like a media noche or a pan con bistec. Whatever your Cuban hangover preference, be sure to order yourself Versailles' famous croquettas and a cafe con leche on the side. It's a crime not to.

Mao Fast Food

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The Columbian hot dog trend has spread like a wildfire in Miami, but we're not complaining. Mao Fast Food serves the classics- super perros, super hamburguesas, maicitos, salchipapas- only much greasier and more delicious than many of its competitors. But who are we to decide? We suggest you bite in for yourself.

Deli Lane Brickell

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Any place that serves breakfast all day is a winner in our book, which is why Deli Lane is on our list for best hangover spots. It's is a brunch must-go on the weekends if you're looking for a friendly atmosphere, craving a hearty omelette, or simply need to get back on your diet. They have a fitness menu and they deliver!
Danish pancakes, eggs "Benedict" with pork belly and bottomless mimosas? OTC's brunch sounds like a dream. And it is, if you can manage to get a table. We suggest you get your growling stomach there early; it's Miami's hottest brunch spot at the moment.

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The Filling Station

When it comes to a hangover, ain't nothin' a little grease can't fix, which is why The Filling Station is the ultimate stop when you're desperately craving that juicy burger topped with peanut butter and pulled pork tots on the side. If you're really hungry, go for the Adams Eighteen Wheeler: 9 burgers, 18 slices of cheese and 9 onion rings. Eat it in one hour and it's on the house!

Mercadito Midtown

Mercadito Midtown knows the best cure for a hangover is to keep drinking, which is why they've conjured their Hangover Cure for $18 (3 items, one drink per person) and their Ultimate Hangover Cure (3 items, unlimited drinks). So if you're craving a.m. tacos al pastor or a chorizo omelette, this is definitely the spot for you.

Harry's Pizzeria

Sometimes, you just need a good pizza to cure a boozy morning. At Harry's you can enjoy a GREAT pizza with ingredients like slow roasted pork, caramelized onion or cave-aged gruyere. If you're there on the weekends dig into brunch specials like lamb & egg paninis and keep your energy up with a Panther Coffee espresso.

Big Pink

If you haven't heard of Big Pink, then you've probably been living under a rock since 1996. It's the ultimate hangover spot, with enough menu items to keep you coming for months without ever repeating a meal, whether you're in for wraps, burgers, salads or smoothies. And if the thought of daylight scares you, fret not. They deliver!

Shinju Japanese Buffet

Ever wake up with a ravenous craving for sushi, but feel an 8-piece roll won't satisfy? Yeah, we know the feeling, which is why we think Shinju Japanese Buffet is the perfect destination when you want unlimited spicy mayo rolls or fried rice off the hibachi for $10-$20. And you can forget the buffet stigma here. Shinju is known for its great service and fresh cuisine.

Le Sandwicherie

Sometimes the only thing that can satisfy morning-after-raging famine is something extraordinarily cheesy. Enter Le Sandwicherie's famous croques. Whether you like yours with melted brie or prosciutto, your stomach (and soul) will surely leave in a state of nirvana.

Versailles Restaurant

Other cities may soak up a night of drinking with bagels and lox. In Miami, we prefer something a little more vibrant, like a media noche or a pan con bistec. Whatever your Cuban hangover preference, be sure to order yourself Versailles' famous croquettas and a cafe con leche on the side. It's a crime not to.

Mao Fast Food

The Columbian hot dog trend has spread like a wildfire in Miami, but we're not complaining. Mao Fast Food serves the classics- super perros, super hamburguesas, maicitos, salchipapas- only much greasier and more delicious than many of its competitors. But who are we to decide? We suggest you bite in for yourself.

Deli Lane Brickell

Any place that serves breakfast all day is a winner in our book, which is why Deli Lane is on our list for best hangover spots. It's is a brunch must-go on the weekends if you're looking for a friendly atmosphere, craving a hearty omelette, or simply need to get back on your diet. They have a fitness menu and they deliver!

OTC

Danish pancakes, eggs "Benedict" with pork belly and bottomless mimosas? OTC's brunch sounds like a dream. And it is, if you can manage to get a table. We suggest you get your growling stomach there early; it's Miami's hottest brunch spot at the moment.

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