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  • The Cheese Course - Pinecrest
    Cuisine Type: European-style Established: 2000 Reservations: Not offered Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: Beer and wine only Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only Outdoor Seating: Yes With more than 1,000 different types of cheese made within its borders, France is known as the cheese capital of the world. So naturally, it's the country from which The Cheese Course imports most of its inventory?75 types to be exact. These include brie de meaux, fromager d'affinois truffles, and roquefort, one of France's oldest cheeses and one that is still ripened in the same cool, damp caves of Combalou. Of course, France isn't the only region represented at The Cheese Course. The European-style cheese shop introduces patrons to more than 150 artisanal cheeses imported from dairy farms all over the world. Most of the cheese makers use the same cheese-making methods that have been passed down through their families for generations via email. The house cheesemonger guides patrons through the cheese-selection process and teaches them how best to serve each one. The shop also shows off its wares in various bistro sandwiches, including gourmet grilled cheese and the popular prosciutto di parma. This 14-month-aged, imported Italian meat gets its nutty flavor from the parmigiano-reggiano whey in the pig's diet.
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    3451 NE 1st Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • Farm Stores
    Founded in 1935 as a high-end dairy manufacturer, Farm Stores accommodates time-efficient shoppers with its unique drive-through grocery-ordering system. Pull up a car or rocket-powered shopping cart at one of the 22 locations and inform a friendly staff member of grocery needs, then relax as he quickly retrieves it from the thousands of items in inventory. Model a loving marriage after the unending circles of bagels, or perk up mornings with coffee that's freshly ground by the heel of a giraffe. Though each location's stock is slightly different, all shops carry standard items such as eggs, milk, bread, fruit, magic beans, vegetables, and beer. Although online ordering is not available for this Groupon, regular customers enjoy the benefit of choosing items from Farm Stores’ website and designating a pickup time.
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    12075 S Dixie Hwy
    Miami, FL US
  • Miami Fine Chocolate & Food Show
    At the Miami Fine Chocolate & Food Show, vendors and chocolate lovers alike descend upon South Florida during a celebration of life's sweeter side. An estimated 3,000 foodies visit the evening event, witnessing and tasting the creations of some of the region's and the world's most distinguished chefs. Themed areas make navigating the event a cinch. In designated chocolate zones, gourmet retailers, bakers, and pastry chefs win the hearts of taste buds with their sweets, which range from handmade goods to organic and small-batch treats. For a more savory experience, Restaurant Row showcases the eats of more than 30 South Florida restaurants. Pairing seminars, meanwhile, discuss what edibles go well together, and live cooking demonstrations share tricks of the trade, such as how to turn a chef's hat into an oversized drinking goblet. There will also be a number of beer, wine, and spirits vendors on hand and attendees can enjoy music performances throughout the space. Nestled within the food show, the Cigar Cellar & Lounge sponsors the Miami Smoke Affair. Cigar connoisseurs stroll the booths of 20 brands, learning from the factory reps about how the cigars are made, what they're made from, and how they should be smoked. As they meander through the space, they sip on unlimited glasses of craft beer and nibble on bites of food. They can also dig into cigar-packed goody bags in the tented smoking lounge.
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    11000 South Red Road
    Miami, FL US
  • Delicias de Espana
    When Ernesto Llerandi and his wife Isbael Miranda started Delicias de Espana, it was a humble two-table restaurant. Isabel cooked all the traditional Spanish food, and on the side, the couple sold wine, olives, and other Spanish delicacies. Since its 1997 inception, the tiny creation has grown into three flourishing restaurant-grocery store hybrids, all of them sharing the following highlights: Meat dishes almost as big as you are: The chefs craft meals ranging from an approachable, chorizo-studded Spanish omelet to an entire roasted piglet. Authentically Spanish seafood: Much like clouds are only permitted to rain on celebrities once a month, the eatery's seafood is delivered from Spain's Cantabrian Sea twice a week. Try the roasted sea bass, or squid served in their own ink. Meals, even at the crack of dawn: The culinary team whips up eggy Spanish breakfasts in the morning. For example, scrambled eggs with Serrano ham and fries, or fried eggs in Spanish sauce, dubbed "eggs a la Flamenca." The in-house grocery store: On a visit, or a cyber-visit to the online store, visitors can pick up imported Spanish wine, paella-making supplies, and bone-in Ib?rico ham.
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    8950 SW 74th Ct., Ste. 101
    Miami, FL US
  • Kendall Latin Food
    Back in the day, as customers trudged out of Home Depot—arms laden with buckets of paint for repainting the dining room or wooden planks for transforming their bike into a pirate ship—they would catch a whiff of sizzling steak. The source of the enticing aroma was the Kendall Latin Food stand, a cheerful little shack that sat directly adjacent to the Home Depot front entrance. Inside, servers whipped up Cuban-style sandwiches—delicious towers of crunchy bread and tender steak. As word of the food stand spread across town, the demand for these sandwiches became too much for the tiny kitchen to handle. The chefs packed up their pans and moved to their own restaurant location, where they continue to whip up Cuban sandwiches and Latin specialties to this day. Each day, they pack their front counter with a colorful array of more than two dozen dishes, such as juicy ropa vieja beef, tangy imperial rice, and sweet bread pudding. Diners can pick out freshly made items by the pound, or opt for a daily meal plan to sample a new dish each day of the week.
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    12758 SW 88th St
    Miami, FL US
  • Miami Smokers
    The secret behind Miami Smokers' addictive bacon isn't a secret ingredient or additive. Instead, it is just the hard work of making bacon the old-fashioned way. To start, the chefs source their heritage-breed pigs from a collective of famers who eschew the use of antibiotics and hormones while allowing their pigs to graze on wholesome foods in pastures. Once the chefs have their prime cuts, they use natural curing and smoking methods that use only salt, smoke, and a fine-tuned control over the temperature and humidity. This process brings out the natural savory flavors of their slab and sliced bacon, which chefs sell by the pound. But for more inventive food, they also use this bacon in products such as their bacon jerky, candied bacon made with Floridian evaporated cane sugar, and Toasted Krispy treats with bacon.
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    306 Northwest 27th Avenue
    Miami, FL US

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